Carice van Houten: Carice Anouk van Houten is a Dutch stage and film actress. She won five Golden Calves for her roles in Suzy Q, Undercover Kitty, Black Book, De Gelukkige Huisvrouw and most recently for Black Butterflies. Her role in Black Book launched her international career. She acted in the American films Valkyrie and Repo Men.
- also known as Carice Anouk van Houten
- born on (37 years ago) in Leiderdorp, child of Theodore van Houten and Margje Stasse
- ethnicity: Dutch people
- nationality: Netherlands
- education: Theaterschool, graduated in
- profession: Actor
- albums: "See You On The Ice", "Black Book"
- played Rachel Stein in "Black Book"
- played Samarinde in "Ik Omhels Je Met 1000 Armen"
- played Monika in "Father's Affair"
- played Marleen in "Zwarte Zwanen"
- played Minoes in "Undercover Kitty"
- played Nina von Stauffenberg in "Valkyrie"
- played Carol in "Repo Men"
- played Kiki Jollema in "Alles is Liefde"
- played Maria Oldknow in "From Time to Time"
- played Langiva in "Black Death"
- played Ellis de Vries in "Black Book"
- played Jane Van Dopp in "Dorothy Mills"
- played Lis in "Bonkers"
- played Suzy in "Suzy Q"
- played Sandra in "AmnesiA"
- played Carmen in "Stricken"
- played Lea in "The Happy Housewife"
- played Juffrouw Broer in "Lepel"
- played Ingrid Jonker in "Black Butterflies"
- played Susanna in "Intruders"
- played Julietta (rumored) in "Vivaldi"
- "Ivoren Wachters"
- played Sofie in "Jackie"
- played Birgitta Jónsdóttir in "The Fifth Estate"
- played Winnie de Roover in "Family Way"
- "Gewoon Hans"
- TV series:
- some of the nominations and awards:
- Golden Calf for Best Actress - "Undercover Kitty"
- Golden Calf for Best Actress - "Black Book"
- nominated to European Film Award for Best Actress - "Black Book"
- Rembrandt Award - "Black Book"
- Rembrandt Award - "Alles is Liefde"
- nominated to German Film Award for Best Actress - "Black Book"
- Rembrandt Award - "Stricken"
- Rembrandt Award - "The Happy Housewife"
- Golden Calf for Best Actress - "The Happy Housewife"
- Tribeca Film Festival Award for Best Actress in a Narrative Feature Film - "Black Butterflies"
- Rembrandt Award - "Black Butterflies"
- Golden Calf for Best Actress - "Black Butterflies"
- nominated to Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series - "Game of Thrones" (Role: Talisa Maegyr, Role: Melisandre, Role: Samwell Tarly, Role: Sansa Stark, Role: Ramsay Snow, Role: Missandei, Role: Daenerys Targaryen, Role: Gendry, Role: Joffrey Baratheon, Role: Ser Jorah Mormont, Role: Ygritte, Role: Tywin Lannister, Role: Sandor “The Hound” Clegane, Role: Robb Stark, Role: Gilly, Role: Barristan Selmy, Role: Margaery Tyrell, Role: Shae, Role: Tormund Giantsbane, Role: Brandon “Bran” Stark, Role: Tyrion Lannister, Role: Jaime Lannister, Role: Theon Greyjoy, Role: Arya Stark, Role: Cersei Lannister, Role: Brienne of Tarth, Role: Anguy, Role: Jon Snow, Role: Thoros of Myr, Role: Orell, Role: Lady Catelyn Stark, Role: Roose Bolton), with Joe Dempsie, Sibel Kekilli, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, Hannah Murray, Iwan Rheon, Philip McGinley, Sophie Turner, Iain Glen, Peter Dinklage, Oona Chaplin, Nathalie Emmanuel, Alfie Allen, Kit Harington, Michelle Fairley, John Bradley-West, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Richard Madden, Lena Headey, Natalie Dormer, Michael McElhatton, Rory McCann, Rose Leslie, Ian McElhinney, Emilia Clarke, Maisie Williams, Charles Dance, Gwendoline Christie, Kristofer Hivju, Jack Gleeson, Mackenzie Crook, Paul Kaye
- official website: www.caricevanhouten.nl
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