Amanda Collin

Amanda Collin, Born on March 4, 1986, in Rungsted, Denmark, Amanda Collin is a versatile actress recognized for her roles in "A Horrible Woman" (2017), "Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith" (2016), and "Splitting Up Together" (2016). From 2015 to 2016, Collin was a member of the Mungo Park Theatre ensemble, performing in adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's fairytales, "Boys Don't Cry," and "Hamlet."
In 2017, Collin garnered acclaim and a nomination for the Robert Award for her supporting role as Rakel, a devout mother whose children are kidnapped, in the Danish thriller "Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith," directed by Hans Petter Moland.
She achieved further recognition for her portrayal of Marie in "A Horrible Woman," earning both the Robert Award and the Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2018.
In 2019, Collin appeared in Daniel Borgman's "Resin," receiving a nomination for the Robert Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Currently, she stars in Aaron Guzikowski’s sci-fi drama series "Raised by Wolves" on HBO Max.



The Promised Land (2023)

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