Klaus Bondam

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Klaus Bondam
Klaus Bondam, Dronning Louises bro.jpg
Klaus Bondam in 2014
Born (1963-11-19) 19 November 1963 (age 55)
OccupationActor, manager and politician
Years active1988-present
Spouse(s)
Jacob Camp (m. 2007)

Klaus Bondam (born 19 November 1963, in Aakirkeby) is a Danish actor and politician.

Acting Career[edit]

Bondam has been the manager two theatres, "Grønnegårds Teatret" (1996–2003) and "Folketeatret" (2003–2005), and been administrative manager of "Mungo Park" theatre (1995–1996).

Klaus Bondam began his early acting in stage in 1988, he got his acting breakthrough in the movie Festen in 1998, playing the German toastmaster at the party, he starred in the series Langt fra Las Vegas (2001-2003) as the sexually driven boss 'Niels Buckingham'.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Mimi og madammerne Betjent 2
Festen Helmut von Sachs, Toastmaster - Master of Ceremonies
1999 Det Brune Punktum: Helbredelsen (Video) Gay Man Danish version of Pippi Longstocking
The One and Only Priest / Vicar
Mifune Priest
2000 Release All the Horses Advokat
2001 Shake It All About The priest
Monas verden Don J
Truly Human Ulrik
2003 Move Me Henrik
2004 The Collector Sune
2008 Journey to Saturn business man Kurt Maj (voice role)
2011 A Funny Man Hjertelæge

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Lex & Klatten Speaker TV Series, 1 episode
Taxa Børsmælger TV Series, 1 episode
2000 Jul på Kronborg Karl Gustafsen TV Series, 2 episodes
Absolut Holberg Ludvig Holberg (TV Movie)
Skjulte spor Simon TV Series, 2 episodes
Edderkoppen Gylling TV Mini-Series, 5 episodes
D-dag Receptionist (TV Movie)
D-dag - Carl Receptionist (TV Movie)
D-dag - Niels-Henning Receptionist (TV Movie)
2001 D-dag - Den færdige film Receptionist (TV Movie)
2001-2003 Langt fra Las Vegas Niels Buckingham TV Series, 48 episodes
2002 Bertelsen - de uaktuelle nyheder Speaker (voice) TV Series, 1 episode
2003 Nikolaj og Julie Henning TV Series, 2 episodes
Freak Show 2003 Niels Buckingham (TV Special)
2003-2004 Unit 1 Hagested, Justitsminister TV Series, 2 episodes
2004 Helligtrekongersaften Antonio (TV Movie)
Villa, Volvo & Vicki Sven (voice) (Short)
My Ex-Family Claus TV Mini-Series, 2 episodes
Better Times Lærer Arne Dupont TV Series, 2 episodes
2004-2005 The Fairytales Additional Voices TV Series, 2 episodes
2006 Klovn (TV Series) Klaus TV Series, 1 episode
2012 The Spiral Torben Jensen TV Series, 2 episodes

Politics[edit]

Klaus Bondam was in the Radikale Venstre political party and ran for Mayor of Copenhagen in November 2005; the party's city council representation grew from 5 to 7 mandates. This was not enough to secure the mayorship, he was instead named 'Mayor of Technics and Environment'. He resigned in 2010 and left the party in 2013, he is no longer active in Danish politics.[1]

In 2011, Bondam was announced as the new head of the Danish Cultural Institute in Brussels, Belgium. In February 2014, he came back to Denmark and became the head of the Danish Cyclists' Federation.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Bonham is openly gay publicly, he has entered into registered partnership with his partner, architect Jacob Camp since 2004, they married later and they live in Odsherred.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ritzau Klaus Bondam verlaat de politiek.
  2. ^ Cyklistforbundet
  3. ^ bondam.dk

External links[edit]