|Born||1 May 1984|
|Spouse(s)||Freja Friis (2016-present)|
|Children||Theodor (b.2013), Sigrid (b.2016)|
Mikkel Boe Følsgaard (Danish: [ˈme̝kl̩ ˈpoˀ ˈfølsˌkɒˀ]; born 1 May 1984 in Rønne) is a Danish actor. In 2012 he won the Silver Bear for Best Actor at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival for his portrayal of King Christian VII in A Royal Affair, his feature film debut, while still studying at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance.
Følsgaard is married and has a son named Theodor (born October 2013) and a daughter named Sigrid (born December 2016).
He has an older brother who is a photographer/director: Nicolas Tobias Følsgaard.
|2012||A Royal Affair||Christian VII||Silver Bear for Best Actor |
Bodil Award for Best Leading Actor
|2013||The Keeper of Lost Causes||Uffe Lynggaard|
|2015||Sommeren '92||Kim Vilfort|
|Land of Mine||Lt. Ebbe Jensen|
|2016||A Serious Game||Lidner|
|Walk with Me||Thomas Ingerslev|
|Fuglene over sundet||Jørgen|
|2020||A Perfectly Normal Family||Thomas/Agnete|
|2020||The Good Traitor||Povl Bang-Jensen|
|2013||Those Who Kill||Oleg||1 episode|
|2014||Dicte||Cato Vinding||1 episode|
|2014-2017||The Legacy||Emil Grønnegaard||Main cast|
|2018-2020||The Rain||Martin||Main cast|
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