Kåre was born in Asker outside of Oslo, and trained at LAMDA and The Norwegian Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is one of Norway's most experienced actors on stage and screen. He has been employed as a regular member at The National Theatre of Norway (NTN) since 1999, where he has performed in more than 30 productions including Romeo and Juliet; A Midsummer Night's Dream; Skylight; Fanny and Alexander; When We Dead Awaken; Peer Gynt; League of Youth; Love's Comedy; An Ideal Husband and The Threepenny Opera. Kåre has also performed the part of Charlie Conlon in Stones In His Pockets more than 250 times, with opening night at The National Theatre of Norway in 2002. Other theatre credits include: Peter Skuleson in The Pretenders by Henrik Ibsen (The National Theatre of Norway, directed by Terry Hands) and as King Håkon Håkonsson once again in Ibsen's The Pretenders (The Royal Theatre of Denmark, directed by Alexander Mørch Eidem); The Glass Menagerie; Hamlet; West Side Story (Trøndelag The
Kåre Conradi born?
Kåre Conradi was born in Asker, Norway