Thue Ersted Rasmussen


 Thue Ersted Rasmussen was born in Denmark and trained at Danish National Theatre School.

Credits include: 'Kingdom' (The Royal Theatre), 'King Lear' (The Royal Theatre), 'Sunday' (Drive Studios), 'Nurse' (SF Film), 'Flashback' (DR), 'The Way to Manderlay' (Miso Film), 'Dicte' regular (Miso Films), 'People, Places & Things'  (The Royal Danish Theatre), 'A Streetcar Named Desire' (The Royal Theatre), 'Cabaret' (The Royal Theatre), 'Woyzech' (The Royal Theatre) and 'The Testament' (The Royal Theatre).


  • Height: 6' 2 (188cm)
  • Weight: 11st 10lb (74.4kg)
  • Playing Age: 30 - 38
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Blonde
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: WhiteEastern European




The Way To Manderlay, Lennart, Miso Film, (director: Ole Bornedal)

Skytten, Journalist Mads, Nordisk Film, Anette K. Olesen

Someone You Love, Young Thomas Jacob, Zentropa Entertainment16Aps (director: Pernille Fischer Christensen)

My Sisters Children, Police Officer, Obel Films (director: Martin Miehe-Renard)



Nurse, Christian Friis, SF Film, (director; Roni Ezra)

Sunday, Morten, Drive Studios, (director: Jesper Rehfeldt)

Flashback, Lead, DR, (director: Esben Tonnesen)

Dicte, Peter Boutrup, Miso Film (director: Kasper Barfoed)


Kingdom, Mogge, The Royal Theatre, (director: Nicolei Faber)
King Lear, Edgar, The Royal Theatre, (director: Peter Langdal)
People, Places and Things, Marc, The Royal Theatre, (director: Rune David Grue)
A Streetcar Named Desire, Mitch, The Royal Theatre (director: Egill Pallson)
Caberet, Clifford Bradshaw, The Royal Theatre, (director: Lars Kaalund)
Woyzech, The Captain, The Royal Theatre (director: Staffan Valdemar Holm)
The Testament, Henrik (Lead), The Royal Theatre (director: Maria Kjærsgaard-Sunesen)
Out in the Desert, The son, The Royal Danish Theatre (director: Emmet Feigenberg)
Then Silence, Brother (Lead), Danish National Theatre School (director: Marie Kjaersgaard-Sunesen)
There They Died..., Locolai, CafeTeatret Copenhagen (director: Bente Kongsboel)
The Will of Darwin, Mr. Day, Aarhus Theatre (director: Anders Lundorph)



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