in

Carice van Houten Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Lost Girls and Love Hotels

Carice van Houten
Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Here you can learn about Carice van Houten’s career and private life facts, read the latest news, find all the awards he has won and watch photos and videos.

PERSONAL DATA OF CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Age: 44 years old
Height: 168 cm
Born in: Leiderdorp, Netherlands
Born on: 05/09/1976

BIOGRAPHY OF CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Carice van Houten was born on 5th September 1976 in Leiderdorp, the Netherlands, where she grew up watching old silent films. He began studying at the Maastricht Academy of Dramatic Arts, but continued his education at the Kleinkunstacademie in Amsterdam. The first relevant role in the career of the actress is in the show Suzy Q (1999), thanks to which she won a Golden Calf, an award given to the Netherlands Film Festival. His film debut also dates back to these years and in 2001 he received the leading role in the fantastic comedy Minouche the cat, winning a new Golden Calf.

It is the interpretation in Black Book (2006) of Paul Verhoeven in the role of Jewish singer Rachel Stein to give her world fame. The performance earned her, in addition to the now usual Golden Calf, also the Rembrandt Prize, as well as the nomination for the Saturn Award and other awards. The Dutch filmmaker himself called the actress a real talent and said he was convinced that she could really go a long way.

After a series of Dutch productions, such as Alles is Liefde (2007) and Dorothy Mills (2008), the first American film arrives for Von Houten. Manufacturers of Operation Valkyrie (2008), directed by Bryan Singer, had been so fascinated by her performance in Black Book that they decided to assign her the role of the protagonist’s wife, played by Tom Cruise. A further success for Carice who, by now also established in Hollywood, subsequently joins the cast of Repo Men (2010) next to Jude Law and of Black Death – A trip to hell (2010) together with Sean Bean ed Eddie Redmayne.

The real hit Van Houtne puts it when in 2012 she enters the cast of the hit series Game of thrones (Game Of Thrones) to play Melisandre, known as the red priestess, through the eighth and final season. However, he does not neglect the commitments to the cinema which in this period, thanks to the fame acquired, are becoming increasingly dense. Tile Benedict Cumberbatch in the biopic The fifth power (2013), is the protagonist together with Aaron Eckhart of horror Embodied (2016) and is the German director and photographer Leni Riefenstahl in Race – The color of victory, film about the athlete Jess Owens, winner of the 1936 Olympics. Two thrillers follow along with Guy Pearce: Brimstone (2016), in which he also finds his colleague from GOT, Kit Harington, is Domino (2019) of Brian De Palma, where he collaborates with another GOT actor, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

THE LATEST FILMS BY CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Lost Girls and Love Hotels

Lost Girls and Love Hotels

Role: Actress
Year: 2020

Domino

Domino

Role: Actress
Year: 2019

Brimstone

Brimstone

Role: Actress
Year: 2016

Incarnate: You will not be able to hide

Incarnate: You will not be able to hide (Incarnate)

Role: Actress
Year: 2016 Go to the complete Filmography

THE LATEST TV SERIES BY CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Game of thrones

Game of Thrones

Role: Actress
Year: 2011 Go to all TV series

THE MOST RECURRING GENRES OF CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Thriller: 31% Drama: 24% Biography: 10% Horror: 6%

THE STATISTICS OF CARICE VAN HOUTEN ON COMINGSOON.IT

13 Video 7 News

RECENT ROLES INTERPRETED BY CARICE VAN HOUTEN

Movie Role

Lost Girls and Love Hotels

Ines

Domino

Alex

Brimstone

Anna

Incarnate: You will not be able to hide

Lindsey

Race – The color of victory

Leni Riefenstahl

The fifth power

Birgitta Jonsdottir

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Actor Andy Serkis

Andy Serkis Height Weight Shoe Size Body measurements Statistics Ethnicity

Seth Rogen responds to Emma Watson’s ‘It’s the end’ rumor