22 July Cast Crew

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22 July (2018)

 cast & crew

the cast of the movie 22 July have diverse and extensive backgrounds. here are the bios of the key people

who's in the movie 22 July?

...a look at the main credited cast

Jonas Strand Gravli's primary photo Jonas Strand Gravli – Viljar Hanssen

Anders Danielsen Lie's primary photo Anders Danielsen Lie – Anders Behring Breivik

Jon Øigarden's primary photo Jon Øigarden – Geir Lippestad

Maria Bock's primary photo Maria Bock – Christin Kristoffersen

Thorbjørn Harr's primary photo Thorbjørn Harr – Sveinn Are Hanssen

Seda Witt's primary photo Seda Witt – Lara Rachid

Isak Bakli Aglen's primary photo Isak Bakli Aglen – Torje Hanssen

Ola G. Furuseth's primary photo Ola G. Furuseth – Prime Minister Stoltenberg

Marit Andreassen's primary photo Marit Andreassen – P.M. Aide #1

Øystein Martinsen's primary photo Øystein Martinsen – P.M. Aide #2

Valborg Frøysnes's primary photo Valborg Frøysnes – P.M. Aide #3

Thor-Harald Normann's primary photo Thor-Harald Normann – Simon Sæbø

Anders Kulsrud Storruste's primary photo Anders Kulsrud Storruste – Anders Kristiansen

Monica Borg Fure's primary photo Monica Borg Fure – Utøya Camp Leader Monica Bøsei

Mathias Eckhoff's primary photo Mathias Eckhoff – Utøya Camp Security

Selma Strøm Sönmez's primary photoSelma Strøm Sönmez – Bano Rashid

Hilde Olausson's primary photo Hilde Olaussen – Breivik's Mother

Lena Kristin Ellingsen's primary photo Lena Kristin Ellingsen – Signe Lippestad

Turid Gunnes's primary photo Turid Gunnes – Family Lawyer Mette Larsen

Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen's primary photo Ulrikke Hansen Døvigen – Prosecution Lawyer Inga Bejer Engh

Hasse Lindmo's primary photo Hasse Lindmo – Prosecution Lawyer Svein Holden

Tone Danielsen's primary photo Tone Danielsen – Judge Wenche Arntzen

Anders Danielsen Lie as "Anders Behring Breivik"

Anders Danielsen Lie as Anders Behring Breivik the Netflix film, 22 July.

Anders Danielsen Lie as Anders Behring Breivik the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Anders Danielsen Lie is one of the most highly acclaimed actors in Norway and greater Scandinavia. He plays the leading role in the TV series “Seizure,” produced by Miso Film, and stars in the award-winning feature films Reprise and Oslo, August 31, both directed by Joachim Trier. Anders had a significant supporting role in the 2016 feature film Personal Shopper opposite Kristen Stewart. In 2016 he also played the lead in NRK’s TV series “Nobel” by the award-winning director Per Olav Sørensen. He also played the lead in two French feature films, Fidelio, l’odyssée d’Allice and Ce sentiment de l’été. Anders is the winner of the Amanda Award for Best Male Actor of the Year, the RiverRun International Film Festival’s Best Honorable Mention award, and was also nominated for best actor at the International Cinephile Society Awards.

Jonas Strand Gravli as "Viljar Hanssen"

Jonas Strand Gravli as Viljar Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July

Jonas Strand Gravli as Viljar Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Jonas Strand Gravli is a member of the National Theatre and attended the Oslo Academy of Fine Arts. 22 July marks his feature film debut.

Jon Øigarden as "Geir Lippestad"

Jon Øigarden as Breivik's lawyer Geir Lippestad in the Netflix film, 22 July

Jon Øigarden as Breivik's lawyer Geir Lippestad in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Jon Øigarden stars in the Norwegian TV series “Exit.” He can also be seen in the film L ords of Chaos from director Jonas Akerlund, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Prior to these projects, Jon played the lead role of Peter Verås in NRK’s hugely successful TV series “Mammon,” which won an Emmy Award and was the most-watched TV series in Norway in 2013. Jon is a series regular on “Norsemen (Vikingane),” currently in its second season, as well as on the award-winning series “The Half Brother.” He also had a significant supporting role in Varg Veum, for which he won an Amanda Award for Best Supporting Actor, and appeared in a recurring role on the popular Netflix series “Lilyhammer.” Jon was educated at the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre and regularly performs at the National Theater in Oslo.

Isak Bakli Aglen as "Torje Hanssen"

Isak Bakli Aglen as Torje Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July

Isak Bakli Aglen as Torje Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Isak Bakli Aglen was born in Tromsø, Norway. He has acted in several plays at Hålogaland Teater, including the role of Bastian in The Neverending Story and a leading role in That Summer Daddy Was Gay, which won a Hedda award. Isak is currently attending a performing arts high school and wants to continue acting. 22 July is his first film.

Maria Bock as "Christin Kristoffersen"

Maria Bock as Christin Kristoffersen in the Netflix film, 22 July

Maria Bock as Christin Kristoffersen in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Maria Bock is an award-winning actress and director. In 2016 she received an Amanda, the Norwegian national film award, for best supporting actress in Revenge. She attended the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in 2012 with the German/Norwegian competition entry Mercy , directed by Matthias Glasner. In 2010, she attended Cannes with the French/Norwegian production Robert Mitchum is Dead. She was nominated for an Amanda for best actress in 2008 for The Summer House. As a director she has won 14 international awards including a BAFTA for the short film “Bald Guy.”

Thorbjørn Harr as "Sveinn Are Hanssen"

Thorbjørn Harr as Sveinn Are Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July

Thorbjørn Harr as Sveinn Are Hanssen in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Thorbjørn Harr was discovered at an early age in a schoolyard by NRK (the Norwegian Public Service Company) and soon became a familiar face on youth programs in the 1990s. He graduated from the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre in 2000 and soon became a regular on the Oslo stage. His feature film debut came in 2003 with To Moscow, in which he played the leading role of Vassi and was nominated for an Amanda, the Norwegian equivalent of the Academy Award. His strong presence on the big screen continued with features like Friends for Life, Mars and Venus, The Last King, and many more. International renown came after Harr played Jarl Borg in the hit series “Vikings,” continuing his TV career with the comedy-drama series “Younger,” in which he starred opposite Hilary Duff. Most recently he appeared in the feature film B el Canto , co-starring opposite Julianne Moore, and Stockholm, with Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace.

Seda Witt as "Lara Rachid"

Seda Witt as Lara Rachid at Breivik's trial in the Netflix film, 22 July

Seda Witt as Lara Rachid at Breivik's trial in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Seda Witt was born in Oslo in 1994 to a Turkish father and a Brazilian mother. She currently attends the theatre school in Trøndelag and graduates next spring. Prior to school, she was part of the theatrical troupe Teater Joker, which toured Norway, India and China. She has also worked as a voice-over actor for nearly a decade, dubbing Disney Channel programs into Norwegian.

Ola G. Furuseth as "Prime Minister Stoltenberg"

Ola G. Furuseth as Prime Minister Stoltenberg in the Netflix film, 22 July

Ola G. Furuseth as Prime Minister Stoltenberg in the Netflix film, 22 July. (Source: Netflix)

Ola G. Furuseth is a Norwegian actor with an impressive roster of significant roles in TV and feature films as well as on the stage. Ola graduated from the Arts Educational Schools in London in 2002, and that same year made his professional debut as Theo Saparo in Piaf at Trøndelag Theater in Norway. He played a supporting role in the popular Norwegian TV series “The Half Brother” in 2015.

the key crew of 22 July

it takes hundreds of creative people and thousands of hours to make something like 22 July.  this is only a partial list of those talented people

|director

Paul Greengrass


|writer

Paul Greengrass


|based on a book by

Åsne Seierstad


|producers

Eli Bushp.g.a. - producer
Chris Carreras - executive producer
Gregory Goodman p.g.a. - producer
Paul Greengrass, p.g.a. - producer
Finni Johannsson - line producer
Scott Rudin p.g.a. - producer
Tor Arne Øvrebø - line producer


|music

Sune Martin


|cinematographer

Pål Ulvik Rokseth


|editor

William Goldenberg, ACE


|casting

Cecilie Enersen
Daniel Hubbard, CSA
Ellen Michelsen
Maria Sand


|production design

Liv Ask


|art direction

Marius Winje
Brustad


|set decoration

Louise Andersson


|costume design

Margrét Einarsdóttir


|makeup department

Fie Baro - makeup artist
Maria Bjørnnes Hermansen - assistant makeup artist
Tinna Ingimarsdottir - key makeup artist
Dorte Pedersen - special makeup effects artist
Vidar Svendsen - makeup department head
Ida Astero Welle - prosthetics


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22 July, stars Jonas Strand Gravli; Anders Danielsen Lie; Jon Øigarden; Maria Bock; Thorbjørn Harr; Seda Witt; Isak Bakli Aglen; Ola G. Furuseth; Marit Andreassen; Øystein Martinsen; Valborg Frøysnes; Thor-Harald Normann; Anders Kulsrud Storruste; Monica Borg Fure; Mathias Eckhoff; Selma Strøm Sönmez, and more!

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I used to be the guy who did that thing on the show you never heard of. Now I'm the guy who does stuff and another thing. I don't know what I'm doing, and I'm an idiot.

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