Quick Facts of
- First NameAksel
- Last NameHennie
- Date of Birth01 December, 2023
- Net Worth$ 6 million
- CareerActor, Director
- Age46 Years
Aksel Hennie is a Norwegian actor, director as well as a screenwriter who has worked in several movies and series and has been named a European Shooting Star by European Film Promotion. He is best known for his portrayal in the Norwegian films Headhunters and The Martian.
Short-Bio of Aksel Hennie
Aksel Hennie was born under the birth sign Scorpio on October 29, 1975, in Lambertseter, Oslo, Norway. He is the son of Morten Hennie (film actor best known for his work in Uno and Headhunters) and Karin Hennie.
Talking about his education, he went to the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre and graduated with an acting degree in 2001.
Aksel was arrested during his teenage days for graffiti. After he confessed to the police, he became an outcast in the community. This story of his, later on, became the background story for the 2004 drama, Uno.
Is He Married Or Not?
The 46 years old Aksel Hennie is a married man. He has shared the wedding vows with Norwegian squash player, Karoline Hegbom, in September 2019. As per the source, they got married in a romantic Italian ceremony in Taormina, Sicily.
As per some of the online sources, Aksel is the father of two kids and one of is a daughter named Hedda Hennie from his previous relationship with Tone Damli Aaberge. However, they separated after a longtime of relationship.
His Net Worth and Career
Aksel Hennie has collected a net worth of $6 million as per the celebrity net worth as of 2022. A major portion of his earnings is from his career as an actor, director as well as screenwriter.
He started his career as an actor in 1998 in Bloody Angels as Arnt-Olaf. Following this, he has appeared in several movies and series including One Night with You, Spen, Jonny Vang, Wolf Summer.
His career got huge limelight after he starred in Norwegian film, Jonny Vang. He debuted as a writer and director with the film named Uno and for this, he won the Amanda Award for Best Director. Some of his other notable work includes Max Manus: Man of War, Wolf Summer, Hercules, Last Knights, Headhunters, and The Martian.