|Born||in Copenhagen, Denmark|
Mini Bio (1)
Danish writer and director Kasper Barfoed was born in Copenhagen in 1972. He was a child actor, performing in the stage musical version of Oliver Twist and in Ingmar Bergman-actress, Liv Ullmann's directing debut Sofie.
Later, he moved behind the camera, directing commercials and 2nd unit work on feature films. The award-winning short, The Performance, led to the feature debut in 2004, the children's film My Sister's Kids in Egypt, one of the highest grossing Danish movies of the decade. That was followed by another children's film, the award-winning The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar. In 2008 he directed the thriller The Candidate starring Nikolaj Lie Kaas and in 2013 the thriller The Numbers Station starring John Cusack and Malin Akerman. In 2015 he co-wrote and directed the drama Sommeren '92. In 2017 he created the TV series Below the Surface.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Birger