|Name Nicolas Bro||Role Actor|
|Born 16 March 1972 (age 51) (1972-03-16) Copenhagen, Denmark|
Spouse(s) Theresa Stougaard Petersen
Siblings Laura Bro, Anders Peter Bro
Parents Christoffer Bro, Helle Hertz
Grandparents Anna Christensen, Viggo Johannes Christoffersen Bro
Cousins Anna Bro, Steen Stig Lommer, Maria Lindhardt, Michaela Strobye, Thomas Strobye
Movies and TV shows Antboy, Nymphomaniac: Volume I, Adam's Apples, Sex - Drugs & Taxation, The Killing
Similar People Oscar Dietz, Samuel Ting Graf, Christoffer Boe, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Ask Hasselbalch
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Nicolas Bro (born 16 March 1972) is a Danish actor born in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Bro grew up in a family of actors; his mother is Danish actress Helle Hertz and father is the actor Christoffer Bro. His brother Anders Peter Bro is an actor and his sister Laura Bro is an actress. His two aunts Vigga Bro and Lone Hertz are actresses too. He graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance in 1998.
He plays at Copenhagen's The Royal Theatre and received the Danish theatre award the Reumert prize for his performance in Ole Bornedal's "Skrigerne" at Copenhagen's Aveny-T theatre. He received the Reumert prize for Best leading actor on stage in both 2007 and 2008.
In the Offscreen movie directed by Christoffer Boe he acted as an actor and cinematographer at the same time. He appeared in a supporting role as Justice Minister Thomas Buch in series 2 of the Danish TV drama The Killing and as Council President D. G. Monrad in the Danish TV period drama 1864. He also appeared as Freddie Holst in 3rd season of Swedish-Danish series "The Bridge (Danish/Swedish TV series)". He is an avid comic book collector.