Stine Mari Fyrileiv


About Stine Mari Fyrileiv

Stine Mari Fyrileiv is a Norwegian actress.

Stine Mari Fyrileiv was born in 1982, and was educated at Oslo National Academy of the Arts from 2003 to 2007. In 2007 she made her debut as Juliet in the Russian director Jurij Butusov's Romeo and Juliet at Hålogaland Theatre, where she also acted in Sarah Kane's Blasted.

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Stine Mari Fyrileiv went to The Norwegian Theatre after this. She played Antigone in Jon Fosse's Norwegian adaption of The Theban Plays (2008), and Cleone in Racine's Andromache (2009), while she took part in the documentary production Intimate Death at The National Venue of Theatre in 2010.

The role of Iphigenia in Eirik Stubø's minimalist interpretation of the Greek tragedy was her debut at The National Theatre. At the same theatre she acted in Fanny and Alexander and Foreldremøte* (PTA Meeting) the spring of 2011.

In 2011 Stine Mari Fyrileiv was nominated for the Hedda Award in the category for best supporting actress for the role of Iphigeneia in Iphigeneia at Aulis, directed by Eirik Stubø at The National Theatre.


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*Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

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