Carice van Houten

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Carice Van Houten
Sep 5, 1976 (age 41)
5' 5" (1.65m)

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  • Primary photo for Robot ChickenRobot Chicken (TV Series) Melisandre / Sharon / Mama Bear (1 episode, 2016)  Less 2016 1
  • Primary photo for The SimpsonsThe Simpsons (TV Series) Annika Van Houten (1 episode, 2015)  Less 2015 1
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  • Primary photo for 25 Jaar Burny Bos Filmfeest25 Jaar Burny Bos Filmfeest (TV Movie) Herself, Special Thanks  Less 2014
  • Primary photo for In therapieIn therapie (TV Series) Aya (3 episodes, 2010)  Less 2010 3
  • Primary photo for Gewoon HansGewoon Hans (TV Movie) Carice Van Houten  Less 2009
  • Primary photo for KoppensnellersKoppensnellers (TV Series) Georgina Verbaan (1 episode, 2006)  Less 2006 1
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  • Primary photo for Goede daden bij daglicht: Op wegGoede daden bij daglicht: Op weg (TV Movie) Carola  Less 2000
  • Primary photo for Suzy QSuzy Q (TV Movie) Suzy  Less 1999
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  • Primary photo for De wereld draait doorDe wereld draait door (TV Series) Herself (1 episode, 2010)  Less 2010
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Additional Awards (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • Tribeca Film Festival New York * – Best Actress World Narrative Competition 2011
  • Rembrandt Award | The Netherlands * – Best Actress 2011
  • Netherlands Film Festival * – Golden Calf Best Actress 2010
  • Rembrandt Award | The Netherlands * – Best Actress 2010
  • The Golden Nutcracker | The Netherlands * – Theatre Oeuvre Award 2009
  • Saturn Award | USA * – Nomination Best Supporting Actress 2009
  • Saturn Award | USA * – Nomination Best Actress 2008
  • Osaka Film Festival | Japan * – Best Foreign Actress 2008
  • Rembrandt Award | The Netherlands * – Best Actress 2008
  • European Film Awards * – Nomination Best Actress 2007
  • Chicago Film Critics Awards | USA * – Nomination Most Promising Actress 2007
  • All-time Best Dutch Actress | The Netherlands * – Winner All-time Best Dutch Actress 2007
  • Rembrandt Award | The Netherlands * – Best Actress 2007
  • Best Audio Book Narrator * – Winner Best Audio Book Narrator 2007
  • Netherlands Film Festival * – Golden Calf Best Actress 2006
  • Netherlands Film Festival * – Nomination Golden Calf Best Actress 2005
  • Artek Internatinal Children’s Film Festival * – Children’s Jury Award Best Actress 2005
  • Colombina | Theatre Award | The Netherlands * – Best actress in supporting role 2003
  • Netherlands Film Festival * – Golden Calf Best Actress 2002
  • Carroussel International du Film * – Camério Best Actress 2002
  • Dutch Musical Awards * – Nomination Best Female Newcomer 2002
  • Top Naeff Prize | The Netherlands * – Most promising graduation student 2000
  • Netherlands Film Festival * – Golden Calf Best Actress 1999
  • Pisuisse Prize | Theatre Award | The Netherlands * – Pisuisse Prize 1999

Additional Resume Info (submitted by page owner via IMDb Resume)

  • * In her native country The Netherlands, Carice van Houten (1976) has become
    one of the most beloved actresses. She won several awards, including Best
    Actress at Tribeca Film Festival for her role in BLACK BUTTERFLIES in 2011,
    four Dutch Golden Calves for Best Actress and was voted 'Best Dutch Actress
    of All Time' by the Dutch audience in 2008. Her stunning performance in
    Paul Verhoeven's war epic BLACK BOOK marked the beginning of Carice's
    international breakthrough. In the Tom Cruise/ Bryan Singer film VALKYRIE,
    she stars in the female lead as Nina Von Stauffenberg. In the summer of
    2011 Carice joins the cast of HBO's hit series GAME OF THRONES.

    Carice Anouk van Houten was born in Leiderdorp (near Leiden) on 5 September
    1976. In 1995 she was rather uniquely accepted by both the Maastricht and
    Amsterdam drama academies, and started her TV career (LABYRINT, VPRO TV
    1997) as a student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam. There she was
    awarded the 1999 Pisuisse Prize for most promising graduation student, and
    the 2000 Top Naeff Prize for her theatre work. A day before the Top Naeff
    Prize she was awarded the Golden Calf as best TV actress in Martin
    Koolhoven's SUZY Q.

    In 2006 Carice shines as Jewish singer Rachel Stein in Paul Verhoeven's
    critically acclaimed BLACK BOOK, which launches her international career.

    Bryan Singer's VALKYRIE is the first major Hollywood production for Carice
    to appear in. She stars as Nina von Stauffenberg, the wife of Tom Cruise's
    character Claus von Stauffenberg who makes an attempt on Hitler's life. In
    the same year New York Magazine proclaimed her Woman of the Year and Vanity
    Fair featured a Vanities article on her.

    Carice plays with Maggie Smith in the ghost story FROM TIME TO TIME, with
    Jude Law in REPO MEN, together with Sean Bean in the horror film BLACK
    DEATH and Clive Owen in INTRUDERS (2012). In 2010 Carice stars in BLACK
    BUTTERFLIES (dir. Paula van der Oest), an English-language romantic epic
    about South African poet Ingrid Jonker, played by Carice.

    In 2011 Carice is added to the cast of GAME OF THRONES. She will portray
    Melisandre in the second season of HBO's hit series, a seductive woman
    with prophetic powers.

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