Ingrid Bergstrøm

Ingrid Bergstrøm (born 1974) is a Norwegian actress.

Ingrid Bergstrøm started her theatre education by studying at the non-degree granting college of Solbakken, the revue study. Next she took a three-year Accredited Musical Theatre Course at the recognised British Guildford School of Acting. In 1997 she returned to Norway and freelanced for Haugesund Theatre, Hedmark Theatre, The Norwegian Touring Theatre and The National Stage.

At Hedmark Theatre she won particular acclaim for the role of Agnes in Agnes of God by John Pielmeier. At The National Stage her roles included Eleonora in Strindberg's Easter, Cecily in The Importance of being Earnest by Oscar Wilde and Cordelia in King Lear.


(Objekt ID 5939)
Object type Person
Born 1974
Functions Actor
Nationality Norwegian
Gender Female

In 2001 Ingrid Bergstrøm came to Trøndelag Theatre, where she now has steady employment. Here she has taken parts in Jesper Halle's 24 Unsuccessful Norwegians, Hermia in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Gunhild in 2004's Hedda winner, Purpur og gull* (Purple and Gold). She had the title role in the musical Esther, and played Madeleine in Piaf

Later she has played the role of Eponine in Les Misérables, and she has had roles in productions including Pastures Green,I Am the Wind in the Trees, The Fussy Man, Tyskertøs* (Germans' Slut), Spring Awakening, Romeo and Juliet. She had the role of Virginia in Virginia's Letter to Santa Claus, the goat in Rock'n Roll Wolf, Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera and Sheila in Hair.

She played Sleeping Beauty in Elfriede Jelinek's Princess Plays AKA Princess Dramas (2012) and the mother in Jul i Prøysenland* (Christmas in the Country of Prøysen) (2012).

Ingrid Bergstrøm was nominated for The Hedda Award 2005 in the particularly excellent performance category for the role of An-Magritt in the musical version of Johan Falkberget's An-Magritt at Trøndelag Theatre.


Sceneweb on The Hedda Award 2005,, 17.10.2012,

Trøndelag Teater om Ingrid Bergstrøm,, 25.10.2012,

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

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