|Born||16 March 1972|
|Spouse||Theresa Stougaard Petersen|
Nicolas Bro (born 16 March 1972) is a Danish actor born in Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Bro grew up in a family of actors; his mother is Danish actress Helle Hertz and father is the actor Christoffer Bro. His brother Anders Peter Bro is an actor and his sister Laura Bro is an actress. His two aunts Vigga Bro and Lone Hertz are actresses too. He graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance in 1998. 
He plays at Copenhagen's The Royal Theatre. In the Offscreen movie directed by Christoffer Boe he acted as an actor and cinematographer at the same time. He appeared in a supporting role as Justice Minister Thomas Buch in series 2 of the Danish TV drama The Killing and as Council President D. G. Monrad in the Danish TV period drama 1864 . He also appeared as Freddie Holst in the 3rd season of Swedish-Danish series The Bridge . 
In 2005 he was awarded the Natsvaerme Award for young Danish talent at the Copenhagen Natfilm Festival.  
He received the Danish theatre award the Reumert prize for his performance in Ole Bornedal's Skrigerne at Copenhagen's Aveny-T theatre. He received the Reumert prize for Best leading actor on stage in both 2007 and 2008.
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Christoffer Boe is a Danish film director and screenwriter. He is an established and well-known not only in Denmark, but all through the world. Among his international awards there are FIPRESCI Director of the Year at San Sebastián International Film Festival and Golden Camera at Cannes Film Festival in 2003. He is also co-founder and director of the film production company AlphaVille Pictures Copenhagen.
Offscreen is a 2006 Danish film directed by Christoffer Boe, who also wrote the screenplay together with Knud Romer Jørgensen. With an odd mixture of fiction and reality, it tells the peculiar story of a man who films himself for a whole year in a quest for invisibility. When he is inevitably caught on camera, however, he takes his own life, causing the movie to take on the fictional aspect of a documentary. When combined with the plight of the homeless, the film can also be a meditation on the difficulties of facing the stranger.
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The Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role is one of the merit categories presented annually by the Danish Film Critics Association at the Bodil Awards. Created in 1948, it is one of the oldest film awards in Europe, and it honours the best performance by an actor in a leading role in a Danish produced film. The jury can decide not to hand out the award. This has happened five times, in 1952, 1970, 1976, 1985, and in 1986.
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The Robert Award for Best Danish Film is presented at an annual Robert Award ceremony by the Danish Film Academy
The Robert Award for Best Director is presented at an annual Robert Award show hosted by the Danish Film Academy. The category was introduced in 2001 and all directors of Danish films irrespective of the language of the film are eligible. The winner is selected among five nominees.
The Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role is a Danish Film Academy award presented at the annual Robert Award ceremony to recognize an actor who has delivered an outstanding leading performance in a Danish film.
The Robert Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role is a Danish Film Academy award presented at the annual Robert Award ceremony to recognize an actress who has delivered an outstanding leading performance in a Danish film.
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The Robert Award for Best Screenplay is one of the merit awards presented by the Danish Film Academy at the annual Robert Awards ceremony. The award has been handed out since 1984, but except in 1991 and 1993. On two occasions, in 2005 and in 2015, the Academy handed out two awards in the category, one for best original screenplay, and one for best adapted screenplay.
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The Reumert Award is an annual Danish awards ceremony to recognize excellence in theatre achievements in Denmark. The award was founded by the Bikuben Foundation in 1998, and has been handed annually since then. There are 16 award categories as well as 10 talent awards. A jury of ten specialists in theatre selects the recipients, who receive a statuette and a prize. As of 2016, the recipients also receive an amount of money. The recipients of the Reumert Award of Honour receive DKK 200,000, the recipients of the Talent Prize receive DKK 35,000 and all other categories-recipients receive DKK 40,000. The Reumert prize is named after the Danish actor Poul Reumert (1883–1968).
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