CHRISTIAN TAFDRUP

 



Christian is a multi-award winning director & writer, who graduated from The Danish National Theatre School in Copenhagen.

He directed the feature film "Parents", for which he won several awards including a Danish Robert Award for Director of the Year, and Film of the Year; and the critically-acclaimed "A Horrible Woman", which he also co-wrote. It went on to win numerous awards, including Best Script for Christian, and multiple Best Actress Awards for Amanda Collin. 

In 1999, he wrote, starred in, and directed the short film "Kopisten (The Copier)," which was his debut as a director. Followed by "Debutanten" (The Debutant) and "Awakening" (2008). "Awakening" earned him a Robert Award for Best Short Film in 2008, and received awards at film festivals throughout Europe, and New Zealand. 

Christian is also an accomplished actor, with several feature films, and numerous TV series credits to his name (IMDb).

NATIONALITY: DANISH

LOCATION: COPENHAGEN


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