Cecilie Stenspil
  • CV
  • Photos
  • Biography
  • Videos
Playing Age 35 - 45
Nationality Danish
Based in Copenhagen, Denmark
Education The National School of Acting at Odense Theatre 2002-2006
Language, fluent Danish, English
Language, knowledge Swedish, German, French
Singing voice Mezzo-soprano
Singing Soprano
Skills Audio Books,Audio Drama,Dubbing,Musical Theatre,Singer-Professional,TV Presenting,Voice Over,Voice Over + Home Studio, Boxing, Horse-riding, Running, Swimming, Yoga, Ballroom Dancing, Guitar, Jazz Dancing, Jitterbug, Mezzo-Soprano*, Rock 'n' Roll Dance, Salsa Dancing, Tap, Waltz
Driving licence Car Driving Licence
Eye colour Brown
Hair colour Blond(e)
Height 167cm
Weight 57.60
Dress shirt (Neck size) 36
Bra size 75B
Shoe size 39
Hat size 56
more

Selected Credits*

FilmRoleYearDirectorCompany
Kollision / CollisionOlivia2019Avaz BrothersRocket Road Pictures
In the middleSusanne2015Henrik KolindRoberta Film
Long Story ShortEva2015May El-ToukhyMiso Film
TelevisionRoleYearDirectorChannel
Badehotellet I - VIIHelene Aurland2013-2020Hans Fabian WullenweberDanish National TV2
Straight ForwardSilvia2019Peter Burger a/oStraight Forward Production Limited
Below the surfaceAnne Gornstein2017Kasper BarfoedKanal 5
The protectorsJasmina El-Murad2008-2010Mikkel SerupDanish National DR1
TheatreRoleYearDirectorStage
Efter Brylluppet - The MusicalHelene2018Peter LangdahlBetty Nansen
Jesus Christ SuperstarMaria Magdakene2017Elisabeth LintonAarhus Teater
Fornuft of følelseElinor (lead)2016Peter LangdahlAarhus Teater
CabaretSally Bowles2015Lars KaalundThe Royal Danish Theater
Rolling Stones - Theatre ConcertEnsemble2014Rolf HeimBlack Box Holsterbro / Tour
Robin HoodLady Marian2013Lars KaalundThe Royal Danish Theater
My Fair Lady Eliza2011Kasper HoltenThe Royal Danish Theater
Cecilie Stenspil (1979) graduated from the Acting School at Odense Theatre in 2006. She debuted same year in the play "Erasmus Montanus" and in 2009 she was nominated for a Reumert in the category of Best female lead as Bess in the theatre production of "Breaking the Waves". At the Danish Royal Theatre you have been able to experience her as Eliza Doolittle in "My Fair Lady" (2010), Nina in "Gull" (2011), Sally Bowles in "Cabaret" (2015) and in "Mefisto" on Betty Nansen, (2015).

She made her television debut in 2009 starring as Jasmina El-Morad in DR's drama series "The Protectors", the series went on to win an International Emmy in the category Best Drama Series in 2009. From 2013 and up until now viewers have been able to enjoy Cecilie in the role of Mrs Helene Aurland in TV2's hugely successful and award-winning TV-series "Badehotellet". In addition to also starring in the TV series "Below the surface", Cecilie has had her first major international leading role in "Straight Forward" (2019), from New Zealand for Viaplay, which is now on streaming services worldwide.

Cecilie has starred in the musical "Next to Normal"(2012) at Nørrebro Theatre, as well as in the theatre concerts "Hey Jude"(2013) and "Rolling Stones"(2014). She has had several prominent roles at Folketeatret, including the rebellious Betty Nansen in "Bang and Betty" (2012) and the role of the energetic housemaid Pernille in "Den Stundesløse"(2014). Back at the Betty Nansen Theater she starred in Stefan Larsson's staging of "Madame de Sade" (2015) and later at Aarhus Theater she starred in the leading role in "Sense and sensibility"(2016) as Elinor, and also played Maria Magdalene in "Jesus Christ Superstar"(2017), as well as in the theatrical version of Susanne Bier’s "After the Wedding" - The Musical (2018).

Cecilie debuted on the big cinematic screen in the critically acclaimed feature film "Long Story Short" where she played opposite a group of the best actors in Denmark, and has since had her first leading role in the feature film, "Collision" (2019) - Mehdi Avaz's second film.
She has also voiced audiobooks, computer games and a large number of cartoon voices for the past 25 years, including "Inside out"(2015) as Joy.

Cecilie Stenspil has received several awards and grants, including Prince Henry's scholarship and the Ove Sprogøe award in 2010, Poul Reumert's honorary scholarship and Tagea Brandt's travel scholarship.