HEIDI C. NIELSEN
"Heidi C. Nielsen as head strong Louise was faultless as she seemed to age in front of our eyes, from young child to young at heart as an old lady. Keeping the slightly rebellious nature of Louise as a child, she was able to take that through adolescence, into adulthood and even through to old age."
“Heidi is one of those performers any director longs to works with. She’s collaborative, she’s generous, she’s passionate, she’s quick on her feet. One of her best qualities is her ability to problem solve in the rehearsal room and her swiftness in coming up with a handful of ideas - all of which are highly ambitious and extremely creative.
One thing I can guarantee is that Heidi will commit 110% to the creative process by always demanding more of herself, constantly seeking areas to grow in, pushing herself to take risks (therefore motivating others to do the same) - resulting in a caliber of work that always exceeds my expectations.”
International Freelance Director/Dramaturg/Deviser
"Heidi is a creative, intelligent, energetic and passionate actress. She's got a great analytical mind and delivers strong physical character work and her positive and open-minded attitude makes her the best co-star and colleague.
I would love to work with her anytime."
Heidi is currently filming a teaser for a new tv-project for Danish television - more info soon!
In August filming will begin for new short film "Motivation" by Alexander Manstadt in which Heidi plays a doctor in a camp for rejected refugees.
Heidi just got back from Copenhagen after a succesful run of 'Nordisk Gravøl' ('Nordic Funeral Feast') at Teater Grob. Heidi did an interview with theatre blog, Ungt Teaterblod read here (in Danish)
Heidi was recently a guest on Life Journey Institute's podcast. Her and Lajla Glumby discussed acting, meditation, following your heart and trusting your gut. You can listen to the episode right here on Spotify (in Danish)
Stay tuned and stay safe x
I was born and raised in the countryside of Denmark - a friendly wildling of the North now based in London.
I spent the summer of 2014 in London working with industry professionals: Patsy Rosenberg, Ken Rea, Douglas Rintoul etc. and came back in 2015 to train as an actress at East 15 Acting School.
I wrote my first play when I was 6, and I co-wrote
and performed in the highly acclaimed CENTRAL (STORY) LINE that toured in 2018 and now 2019. I'm a deviser known for making bold choices, working quickly on my feet, while retaining an attention to detail.
I'm passionate about Shakespeare, new screen writing and historical dramas!
Boxing has become a great passion of mine, and I throw a mean uppercut. Otherwise love me some Netflix on the screens of my local gym - my favorite way of keeping the finger on the pulse.