Eindride Eidsvold

Eindride Eidsvold is an actor, employed at The National Theatre from 1990.


(Objekt ID 311)
Object type Person
Born July 18, 1961
Functions Actor
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Male
Member of The Norwegian Actors’ Equity Association/NAEA

Eindride Eidsvold started the project group De unges forbund (the Norwegian title of Henrik Ibsen's play The League of Youth) post graduating, and acted in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore by John Ford in Haugesund Theatre 1988. At Rogaland Theatre he participated in Johan Bergenstråhle's production of Frank Wedekind's Lulu and Kai Johnsen's production of Ibsen's When we dead awaken, in the role of mansion owner Ulfheim. He has interpreted a number of roles for The National Theatre and the Torshov Theatre since then, among them Osvald in Ibsen's Ghosts and the title roles of Holberg's Erasmus Montanus in 1996 and Molière's Tartuffe in 2001. He acted the role of Sam Eyde in The Norwegian Touring Theatre's Birkeland and Eyde in 2005 and has for the past few years made his mark in Ibsen productions in The National Theatre, as Gregers Werle in The Wild Duck in 2004, Ejlert Løvborg in Hedda Gabler in 2006 and Rosmer in Rosmersholm in 2008.

Eindride Eidsvold made his movie debut as one of the young main characters in Stop It! (1980), and had one of the main parts in The Dive (1989). Eindride Eidsvold also took part in Twice Upon a Time (1990), Dreamplay (1994), Hamsun (1996; as the son Tore Hamsun) and in Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's TV series about Henrik Ibsen, A Man Immortal (2006; he had the role of Henrik Johan Paus).

Source: Store norske leksikon. 04.09.2010: http://www.snl.no/Eindride_Eidsvold


The National Academy of Theatre 1984-1987

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