Christian Greger Strøm

Christian Greger Strøm (born 1971) is a Norwegian actor. Christian Greger Strøm was educated in England, at the drama study of Arts Educational Schools in London.

He has worked with The Cherub Company in London, and at several Norwegian theatres: Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), The Norwegian Touring Theatre, Haugesund Theatre, Teatret Vårt (Our Theatre) and Kruttårnteatret in Stavern. 

At The National Theatre his first major role was as the barber in When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town. Since then his roles include a lieutenant in Erasmus Montanus (2007), the evil count in Journey to the Christmas Star (2007) a full-time human being in On the Open Road (2007), the host in Salong* (Salon) (2009) and Brack in Hedda Gabler (2010).


(Objekt ID 5795)
Object type Person
Born December 4, 1971
Functions Actor
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Male

Christian Greger Strøm has had parts in several movie and TV productions, including the fiction film Miracle, directed by Thomas Kaiser.

Christian Greger Strøm was nominated for The Hedda Award 2008 in the category of best supporting actor for the role of Leone in Volponeby Ben Jonson, directed by Runar Hodne, The National Theatre, The Torshov Theatre.


The Hedda Award,, 19.06.2012,

The National Theatre,, 19.06.2012


The drama study, Arts Educational Schools in London.