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Thor is a French national and professionally trained actor.  Who first started on a London stage when, he was aged 9, he played in the French play ‘Asmodée’ by François Mauriac, directed by Noel Herpe, at the French Institute in London. Besides his native French, Thor is fluent in English, Portuguese and Swedish.  He has the right to work legally anywhere in the European Union, as well as in India.

He is the happy father of a 24-year-old son, Dagan, who is making his debut on the hip-hop scene in France. Thor was the frontman of the metal band INTILL during the first decade of the century. He then decided to focus on developing his career as an actor. He spent a few months in London, where he played in various film schools and contemporary art projects, with young then-student directors such as Sameer Patel and Riccardo Servini.

Thor also lived in Lisbon, Portugal, where he got a part in ‘Lisbon Mysteries’ by Raul Ruiz in 2010. Back to Paris, he wrote and directed three internationally acclaimed short films while working on the improvement of his acting skills following a three-year cycle at Cours Florent theatre school.

Thor likes to change shape, and languages are a part of it. He starred in ‘Every Moment’, an Albanian short film directed by Cristo Fernandez (who is now featuring in the ‘Ted Lasso’ series), which won the Best Film prize in the FICCMA Mexico festival in 2019.

In order to be credible in the film, Thor, who doesn’t speak Albanian, followed an intensive language coaching with Enkela Puci in Tirana.  He also played in Swedish and Portuguese movies.
Thor is a huge fan of English film and television; Thor is back to England today and will not stop until he gets to show everything he has in store.

  • In English
  • In French
  • In Swedish
  • In Albanian