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MADS HJULMAND SCANDINAVIAN ACTOR AND VOICE OVER ARTIST. FLUENT IN ENGLISH (UK/US), DANISH AND GERMAN

MADS HJULMAND SCANDINAVIAN ACTOR AND VOICE OVER ARTIST FLUENT IN ENGLISH (UK/US), DANISH AND GERMAN

TV, Film and Stage work

Projects in 2020: Leading roles in “Sløborn” (Christian Alvert/Adolfo Kolmerer, ZDF/Viaplay), “Grænseland” (DR), Bøf (web-series) and Lazarus by David Bowie (Royal Danish Theatre).

Mads has played supporting roles in films by two academy award nominees: A Royal Affair by Nicolaj Arcel (Dark Tower) and Warsaw 44 by Jan Komaza (Corpus Christi). He is also known for his charming portray of an undercover cop in the German hit-series “Großstadtrevier” for 5 seasons/74 episodes produced by Studio Hamburg for German National ARD, in addition to appearances in Norskov (TV2 Denmark), 1864 (Ole Bornedal) and the Emmy winning The Protectors (Danish Broadcasting Corporation) to mention a few.

On stage, Mads has been a part of the acclaimed Danish theatre company Mungo Park for more than a decade, performing in several physically demanding contemporary plays. Furthermore, credits include roles in classics by Shakespeare, Moliére, Ibsen, Chekhov, Harold Pinter, and Mark Ravenhill at major Danish repertoire theaters.

When we were looking for someone to play the challenging role of lowlife drug dealer and human wreck Jan, Mads was by far and away the best choice. Throughout the process he was an absolute joy to work with. He would easily tap into the character’s raw and aggressive nature, but also added a lot of vulnerability, resulting in an outstanding portray that played a crucial part in the overall quality of the series. Mads brings passion, remarkable commitment, and a powerful presence to any role he plays, resulting in true life on screen.

Adolfo J. Kolmerer
Director of Sløborn

Mads is a fantastic actor with a unique ability to use his knowledge of dramaturgy and turning points to make characters that in the script may seem onedimensional appear truthful, moving, and profound. In addition, he is just great on camera. The lens truly loves him, making the smallest movements on his face thrilling to watch. In short, a treasure to any production.

Johannes Pico
Director of The Borderlands (Danish National Broadcast)

Mads is a rare commodity. A fantastic, good looking actor with an impeccable comic timing. Who said man crush?

Simon Bonde
Director of Filips dad (Filips Far)

Having worked with Mads on several occasions I have always rejoiced in the ease with which he adapts himself to the accent/language we were aiming for – whether it was German or one of English… not only does he have an acute ear but moreover he has the sense of how to incorporate the linguistic devices into his character which makes whomever he portrays more authentic and truthful.

Simone Dietrich
Dialect Coach

Mads began his journey at Mungo Park, as a guest-starring actor. However, his raw talent, discipline, hard work, and warm personality quickly earned him a place among the regular cast. He is an excellent actor, great at following direction and improvising, and always brings great ideas to the table. He is generous to his colleagues both on and off stage, yet he demands the best of everyone, especially himself, which makes it an absolute pleasure to work with him. The audience loved ham, and so did we!

Martin Lyngbo and Jakob Holm
Former theatre director and executive producer at Mungo Park Theatre
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