Kyrre Hellum

Born29 Nov. 1973

About Kyrre Hellum

Kyrre Hellum (born 1973) is a Norwegian actor.

Kyrre Hellum graduated from The National Academy of Theatre in 1999. Since then he has interpreted a number of roles at the theatre stage, in movies and for TV. He takes on humorous roles as happily as serious roles.

At The Norwegian Theatre the productions in which he has acted include Zoo, Felix' fantastiske orkester* (Felix' fabulous orchestra) and 33 Variations.

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

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    Kyrre Hellum was nominated for The Hedda Award 2013 in the best supporting actor category for the role of Judas in The Bible, texts from The Bible and by Maria Tryti Vennerød, Terje Nordby, Eirik Fauske, Sara Stridsberg, Cecilie Løveid, Jose Saramago, Ari Behn, Stein Winge, Anne Holtan and Carl Morten Amundsen, directed by Stein Winge, The Norwegian Theatre.

    He was nominated for an Amanda award for best supporting actor for the role of Fido in Empty Barrels in 2010, and has also contributed to Fatso, North and The Liverpool Goalie. For TV he has acted in Robbery, the Norwegian version of Two Thousand Acres of Sky (Himmelblå) and Lilyhammer, in the latter in the role of an extraordinary eager policeman.


    The Hedda Award,, 10.06.2013,

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