Silje Reinåmo

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Silje Reinåmo
Silje Reinåmo
Born (1982-08-25) 25 August 1982 (age 37)
Mosjøen, Norway
Alma materGuildford School of Acting
OccupationActress, dancer, musical performer

Silje Reinåmo (born 25 August 1982) is a Norwegian actress, dancer, and musical performer.

She was born in Mosjøen and was educated at Bårdar Danseinstitutt in Oslo, and at the Guildford School of Acting in Surrey, England. Reinåmo is perhaps best known for her lead performance in the supernatural horror film Thale[1][2] and for her portrayal of Solveig in Bentein Baardson's production of Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt in Cairo in 2006.[3] She has performed in several productions for television, film and the theatre, notably with a leading role in the short film In Chambers (Norwegian title: Bak lukkede dører), which received an award for Best Short Film at the WT Os international film festival in 2008, as well as awards for Best film and NIFA best film at the Minimalen short film festival in Trondheim in 2009. Silje Reinåmo has also had experience from doing instructional features, commercials and dubbing of animated films.



Year Title Director Role
2006 Peer Gynt i Kairo Bentein Baardson Solveig
2007 Titus Anatomi Harald Vallgårda Lavinia
2010 Elias Rosa


Year Title Director Role
2008 In Chambers (Norwegian title: Bak lukkede dører) (short film) Aleksander L. Nordaas The Woman
2008 Mamma Mø og kråka (animated film) Igor Veyshtaguin The Farmer's Wife (voice)
2009 Zakariassen må dø (short film) Magne Pettersen Aud
2012 Thale (feature film) Aleksander L. Nordaas Thale


Year Title Director Role
2006 Peer Gynt i Kairo (adapted for TV, released on DVD) Stein-Roger Bull Solveig
2008 Animalia (animated series) David Scott, James Cameron Bitzy, Zee, Melba Musvik (voices)
2008 Bratz: The Movie Ms. Calabash (voice)


  1. ^ Anderson, John (10 September 2012). "Thale". Variety.
  2. ^ DeFore, John (5 April 2013). "Thale: Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter.
  3. ^ Skre, Arnhild (28 October 2006). "Stor ståhei rundt Peer i Egypt". Aftenposten (in Norwegian). Retrieved 21 March 2011.

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