Ane Dahl Torp
Ane Dahl Torp is a Norwegian actress.
Ane Dahl Torp was born in 1975, and she was educated at The National Academy of Theatrefrom 1996 to 1999. The year she graduated she was hired by Teatret Vårt (Our Theatre), and there she played the title role of Hedda Gabler.
Since 2002 she has been part of the ensemble of The Norwegian Theatre, playing, among other roles, Masha in The Seagull and Siss in The Ice Castle. She was part of the ensemble in Pains of Youth, collectively nominated for The Hedda Award in 2011.
She is also known as one of our best movie actresses. In 2004 she got her first Amanda Award for her role in the TV series Black Money, white lies, and in 2006 for the role of Nina Skåtøy in Moland's film version of Comrade Pedersen. In 2004 she also got Folkets filmpris (The People's Film Award, a movie award given out by the newspaper VG, Sceneweb's comment), and in 2007 the national TV award Gullruten for her effort in Codename Hunter.
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Ane Dahl Torp won The Hedda Award 2012 in the category of best leading actress for the role of Shen Te inThe Good Person of Szechwan, directed by Philip Tiedemann, The Norwegian Theatre.
The Hedda Jury gave the following reason:
"This year's winner has during the past ten years interpreted highly diverse roles, serious, less serious, classic and modern. Outside of her regular theatre she has taken part in an unabashed farce, but also in a sombre documentary drama, and in addition she has found the time to become a prize-awarded movie actress. She gets the award for her nuanced, credible and thorough performance of a warm, naïve and goodhearted woman who in meeting with the harsh reality of life sees no other alternative than changing her gender. The award she gets for her excellent, convincing interpretation of Szechwan's good person Shen-Te, and her tough cousin Shui-Ta at The Norwegian Theatre.
The best leading actress award goes to Ane Dahl Torp."
Ane Dahl Torp won the memorial award of Aksel Waldemar 2014 for her efforts in The Hulder, The Norwegian Theatre.
The jury gave the following reason:
"The New Norwegian award is an award of encouragement, going to theatre workers who does an extra fine effort for New Norwegian as a language of performing arts and as such contribute to strengthen our linguistic minority culture. Rather often the award has been given to actors who through a long life onstage have gone far in perfecting their linguistic expression. Because of this it is an extra joy in this time giving the award to a rather young performer, an actress with clear opinions on and great interest for the distinctness of the stage language. Without fear she has attacked one of the greatest classics of New Norwegian, Arne Garborg's poetry cycle The Hulder, and created a modern expression for Veslemøy's imagination-bewildered love madness.
The New Norwegian Award goes to Ane Dahl Torp."
Ane Dahl Torp again won The Hedda Award 2016 in the best leading actress category for the role of Aig in Solaris corrected (The Norwegian Theatre 2015).
The Hedda Jury gave the following reason:
"Throughout her career in Norwegian theatre, this year's winner has performed a large number of large and challenging assignments. Intellectually, emotionally and technically she has shown openness to the different genres' different qualities. The role she now receives the award for is one that she has, to a large degree, taken part in forming. In it she excels in a linguistically conscious, musical performance. She balances the universal and the characteristic, the timeless and the futurist. She shows curiosity, wonder and respect for her character, who is an androgynous everyman in a transition phase between organic life and virtual life."
Ane Dahl Torp is married to musician Sjur Miljeteig, with whom she has twice collaborated in creating theatre.
The Hedda Awards, 29.05.2012, http://heddaprisen.no/pub/heddaprisen/main/?&mid=1031&aid=1030
The Hedda Award 2014, www.heddaprisen.no, 16.06.2014, http://www.heddaprisen.no/pub/heddaprisen/main/?aid=1266
The Hedda Award 2016, heddaprisen.no, 12.06.2016, http://heddaprisen.no/pub/heddaprisen/main/?aid=1465