Snorri Engilbertsson graduated as an actor with a B.F.A. in acting and performance from the Department of Performing Arts, Iceland Academy of the Arts, in 2012. He also trained in ballroom and Latin dancing from 1987–97, at the Reykjavík Academy of Singing and Vocal Arts from 1999–2001, and in acting at Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris from 2005–06. At the National Theatre of Iceland, he has acted in Harmsaga, directed by Una Thorleifsdóttir; Englar Alheimsins, directed by Thorleifur Örn Arnarson; Jerusalem, directed by Gudjón Pedersen; Macbeth, directed by Benedict Andrews; One Man Two Guvnors, directed by Thorhildur Thorleifsdottir; The Animals in Hakkebakke Wood, directed by Ágústa Skúladóttir; and Les Misérables, directed by Selma Björnsdóttir. At the Iceland Academy of the Arts he acted in Óraland, Earthquakes in London, and The Lower Depths. He has also acted in productions by independent theater groups. Mr. Engilbertsson has acted in the films Gauragangur, Summerland, R.W.W.M., and Dorks and Damsels.
Current as of March 2014