Marianne Holter

Marianne Holter (born 1973) is a Norwegian actress.

She started her career at Rogaland Theatre in 1996 and has acted in a large number of roles at the theatre. Among other things she has acted the roles of Natasha in Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment and Gudrun in Mother and Me and Men by Arne Lygre. She interpreted the leading part in Cartwright's The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and acted in Rogaland Theatre's Hedda Award-winning project Man Equals Man by Bertolt Brecht.

More recent assignments include the productions The CelebrationThe MisanthropeTheatre Concert Beethoven and Little Eyolf.


(Objekt ID 4617)
Object type Person
Born May 30, 1973
Functions Actor
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Female

Marianne Holter was nominated for The Hedda Award 2015 in the best leading actress category for the role of Veronica in God of Carnage, produced by Rogaland Theatre in 2014.


The Hedda Award,, 20.05.2015,