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Charlotte Munck has an impressive career within film, TV and theatre. With her strong and intelligent intimacy her talent reaches from the most expressive to the most vulnerable expressions.
This is right now visible as both military prosecutor in Tobias Lindholm's ‘A War', as Blanche Dubois in The Royal National Theatre's ‘A Streetcar named Desire', and in the German psychological drama, ‘Meeres Stille' by Juliane Fezer, where she plays the leading part of Helen Sander.
Her TV-breakthrough, in Denmark and abroad, came through three seasons of TV2's most successful series "Anna Pihl" in which she plays the predominant lead and titel role, balancing broad appeal with depth, courage and a will to put something at stake in everything she touches.
Always insisting on diversity she operates within a wide range, including praised theatre performances - lately in Von Baden's climate thriller ‘Brokenhagen', Theatre Grob's awarded ‘Peter og Elgen' as well as several roles on film and TV: We can look forward to meeting her i DR's new flagship ‘Follow the Money' in the beginning of 2016, and on the music front the CD "Instructions to God", written and produced by the trio MunckBjornKodal, received great acknowledgement from the reviewers.
Charlotte broke through playing the main character in Hella Joofs feature film "Shake It". An achievement that with charm, pureness and excessive play of details was a worthy opponent to Mads Mikkelsen and Troels Lyby and also got her nominated for a Robert as well as a Bodil Award for the best female leading role.
She has been a part of other great successes including Susanne Biers "The one and Only"and Nikolaj Arcels "King's Game", but also enjoys challenging herself and her audience in more experimental universes like Simon Staho's price winning "Daisy Diamond".
Her register is broad, - she has an underplayed humour as an inherent gift, a pureness which is aligned with her intelligence and the fearlessness and the power required for big tragic lead roles in both film, theatre and TV, which she has carried a few of during her career and been rewarded for with remarkable words.
On stage she has impressed the audience not only as a bi-polar Lindy in Michael Weller's ‘What the Night is for', a wasted Sally Bowles in "Cabaret" at Gladsaxe Theatre but also as the cool model Ilona in Howard Barker's "The Power of The Dog".
Charlotte has performed on most theatre stages in Copenhagen, including the Betty Nansen Theatre, the Royal National Theatre, Mammutteatret, Kaleidoskop and Østre Gasværk and in 2005 she received Clara Pontoppidan's Honours Grant.