Liv Corfixen

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Liv Corfixen
Born Denmark
Occupation Actress, film director
Spouse(s) Nicolas Winding Refn
Children 2
Parent(s) Teit Jørgensen, Lizzie Corfixen

Liv Corfixen (born 13 January 1973) is a Danish actress and documentary filmmaker.

Early life[edit]

Corfixen is the daughter of cinematographer Teit Jørgensen and actress and editor Lizzie Corfixen.[1]

Career[edit]

Acting[edit]

Corfixen worked as an actress in Denmark appearing in a small roles in Susanne Bier's The One and Only as well as her husband Nicolas Winding Refn's films Pusher, Bleeder, and Fear X.

Directing[edit]

Liv Corfixen and her children moved to Bangkok for 6 months to accompany Nicolas Winding Refn while he was filming Only God Forgives.[2] With no set plan of how to occupy her time while her husband was working and her daughters were in school she began filming a behind-the-scenes look at Refn and his filmmaking process. The film became My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn which premiered at the 2014 Fantastic Fest.[3] The movie is, actually, about the relationship between her and her husband, who happens to be a movie director.

Personal life[edit]

Corfixen is married to director Nicolas Winding Refn[4] with whom she has two daughters.[5]

In 2016 during a press conference for his film The Neon Demon, Corfixen's husband said that director Lars von Trier had inappropriately propositioned her for sex.[6]

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