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Anders Dale

Anders Dale (born 1971) is a Norwegian actor and director.

Anders Dale came directly to Rogaland Theatre after graduating from the acting study at The National Academy of Theatre in 1994. He made his debut in Svein Sturla Hungnes' staging of Tony Kushner's Angels in America, in which he played Joe.

His many roles include Josef K in Kafka's The Trial (1996), Meursault in The Stranger by Albert Camus, and Hitler in Georg Tabori's Mein Kampf (1999). The winter season 1994/1995 he performed the role of the vulnerable and amiable, but tragic Smike in Rogaland Theatre's marathon production of Nicholas Nickleby.


(Objekt ID 5830)
Object type Person
Born January 29, 1971
Functions Director, Actor
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Male

In 2001 Anders Dale played the role of Mozart in Amadeus at The National Stage during The Bergen International Festival.

He has played Joey in The Homecoming by Pinter (2002), Georg in Norén's Kommer og forsvinner* (Coming and Disappearing) (2002) and Alex in A Clockwork Orange by Burgess (2003). The spring of 2005 he was Koroviev in Yngve Sundvor's version of Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita.

Besides he has toured with the take away production Terje Vigen.

Anders Dale played Gregers Werle in Ibsen's The Wild Duck in 2006. In 2007 he acted in Fosse's Death Variations, in Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, in Kielland's Poison and in Euripides' The Bacchae.
Anders Dale has been on leave from Rogaland Theatre, for the sake of roles including Biff in Death of a Salesman at The National Stage in Bergen.

The spring of 2008 he played in Man without Purpose by Arne Lygre. In 2009 he had the title role of Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, and also played in The Tempest by William Shakespeare and in Endgame by Samuel Beckett.

In 2010 and 2011 Dale played Bagheera in The Jungle Book. The spring of 2011 he directed Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?? and the autumn of 2011 he acted in Peer Gynt.

In 2006 Anders Dale made his debut as a director with Tape by American Stephen Bleber. The spring of 2012 he has assignments as a director of Blackbird at The National Stage in Bergen and of The Celebration Rogaland Theatre's main stage.

Anders Dale was nominated for The Hedda Award 2006 in the best leading actor category for the role of the dreamer in Dostoevsky's Drømmere* (Dreamers), produced by Rogaland Theatre.

He was nominated for the TV Award Gullruten in 1997 for his efforts in Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's drama series Blodsbånd* (Blood Ties).

In 2010 he applied for the position as artistic director/CEO at The National Stage, a position Agnete G. Haaland got.

Anders Dale is married to actress Nina Ellen Ødegård, and he is the brother of actress Katrine Dale.


The Hedda Award

Rogaland Theatre

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


The National Academy of Theatre (graduated in 1994).