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Selected Projects

Here you can can slide between some selected films and Tv-series Daniel has played in.

The Bridge Season II

In Scandinavias most popular Tv-series of all times “The Bridge”,  Daniel played the boyfriend of the heroin Saga Norén.

Tune for Two

In this hilarious award winning short Daniel plays the victim. A film renowned and widely spread for its unusual turn of events.

Lyckoviken 2020

Lyckoviken premiered the 22 of oktober 2020 and just a week later it hit record views.

These photos where taken  2019 by photagrapher Erik Lundback.

Hi there!

And thank you for stopping by! Who am I? Im  a thirty eight year old actor and director who works throughout Scandinavia. Got a bachelors degree in acting from Gothenburg University in 2009. Lately Im getting more selftape requests from all over the world which is something Im very grateful for. I want to work abroad, deepen my knowledge of the craft and myself with more complex characters and develop as an actor. I speak Swedish and American fluently and Im able to get away with my Norwegian. When Im not working Im off somewhere sailing, writing, riding motorcycles, canoeing, camping, hiking,  aid working or just chilling in my cabin by the lake in the south of Sweden. I now have  Gothenburg as a permanent base.

Don´t hesitate to contact me via the contact form or through my agents below.

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Latest acting projects


Daniel is playing one of the main characters  in the new Swedish Television show “Lyckoviken” for Via Play. The character is a police named Christian Lilja. Here together with actress Disa Östrand.


Daniel played task force commander in the international coproduction “The postcard Killings” directed by Danis Tanovic.

2017 -2018

Daniel played Charles Haversham in the Norwegian version of  “The play that goes wrong” at the famous old theatre Chat Noir in Oslo. The year after it went on tour through out the entire country. From the rocky mountings in the north to the fjords in the south.