Sigurjón Kjartansson (born 20 September 1968) is an Icelandic writer and producer. Showrunner of Trapped. He is known for his role in the radio duo Tvíhöfði with Jón Gnarr and for his part in the popular Icelandic television sketch comedy Fóstbræður. He has since written many Icelandic TV series, including Svínasúpan (2004), Stelpurnar (2005–2008) and the drama series Pressa (2007-2012), "Réttur" (2009–2010) Réttur was later picked up by NBC for a US remake. In the years 1988 to 1994, he was active in the Icelandic music scene as vocalist and lead guitarist in the metal band HAM. In 1992 he wrote the score for the Icelandic cult film Sódóma Reykjavík.
Cooperation with Baltasar Kormákur
In 2012, Sigurjón joined Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur in rebranding his company under the name of RVK Studios, where Sigurjón is Head of Development. He is showrunner of 10-part drama series, Trapped. The series is a co-production between RÚV, ZDF, France Televisions, BBC and Scandinavian public broadcasters.
In 2010 Sigurjón's wife gave birth to a baby girl after only 24 weeks pregnancy. The baby was only 540g at birth and life chances were slim. "She is a miracle child" Kjartansson said in a 2014 interview about the rough time and his daughter's recovery.
- Virgin Mountain (2015) as Mörður
- Fangavaktin (2009) as Olgeir
- Dagvaktin (2008) as Olgeir
- Svínasúpan (2003) Various Roles
- The Icelandic Dream (2000) as Loser
- Fóstbræður (1997-2001) Various Roles
- Remote Control (1992) as Orri
- Trapped (2015–2016)
- Ástríður (2009–2013)
- Hulli (2013)
- Hlemmavídeó (2010) (co-producer)
- Black Angels
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