Alice Krige (born 28 June 1954 in Upington) is a South African actress and producer popularly known for her role as the Borg Queen in the Star Trek franchise.
She had her first feature film in 1981 when she played the role of Sybil Gordon in Chariots of Fire.
Alice Krige Age
She was born on the 28th of June 1954 in Upington, Cape Province, South Africa. Krige is 65 years as of 2019.
Alice Krige Husband
Her husband is Paul Schoolman, a writer and director. They married in 1988. They have a permanent home in the United States but spend much of their time living and working abroad.
Alice Krige Family
She was born to Louis and Patricia Krige in 1954. Her father was a physician while her mother was a professor of Psychology.
Alice grew up in Port Elizabeth with her family. She has two brothers, both of whom are medical practitioners.
Alice Krige Education
Krige attended Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. She pursued an undergraduate degree in psychology and literature but quickly turned to act after taking an acting class at Rhodes.
Krige earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a BA Hons degree in drama, with distinction from Rhodes University.
She went on to England, where she studied drama at the London Central School of Speech and Drama. In April 2004, she was awarded an honorary Litt.D. degree from Rhodes University.
Krige made her acting performance debut in the 1979 BBC Play for Today. The same year, she made her professional premiere on British television and appeared as Lucie Manette in the television movie A Tale of Two Cities.
She went on to play Sybil Gordon in Chariots of Fire and Eva Galli/Alma Mobley in Ghost Story, both in 1981. She earned a Plays and Players Award, as well as a Laurence Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer.
After receiving a number of good reviews for her role in Chariot’s of Fire, she continued to star and support in both film and stage theatre throughout the 1980s.
This trend continued into the 1990s before turning to television for both starring and reoccurring minor roles in prominent television series.
As of late, Krige showed up in movies Solomon Kane, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Thor: The Dark World.
She assumed the job of Amira in the first and second arrangements of Tyrant for F/X and has as of late worked for the BBC on the arrangement The Syndicate and Partners in Crime. In 2016, she showed up on the Netflix riddle arrangement The OA.
In 2012, Alice produced the award-winning feature Jail Caesar which was written and directed by Paul Schoolman.
An exploration of the little known adolescence of Julius Caesar, filmed in three working prisons with several hundred serving prisoners and an assemble of actors including Derek Jacobi and John Kani. Jail Caesar
Alice Krige Net Worth
She is estimated to have a net worth of about $3 million earned from her career as an actress.
|2020||Gretel & Hansel|
|2013||Thor: The Dark World (2013)||Eir|
|2010||Solomon Kane||Katherine Crowthorn|
|2010||The Sorcerer’s Apprentice||Morgana|
|2008||Skin (2009)||Sannie Laing|
|2008||Ten Inch Hero|
|2006||Lonely Hearts||Janet Long|
|2006||The Line of Beauty||Rachel Fedden|
|2002||Reign of Fire||Karen Abercromby|
|2000||The Little Vampire||Freda|
|1999||Molokai: The Story Of Father Damien||Mother Marianne|
|1997||Twilight of the Ice Nymphs|
|1996||Star Trek: First Contact||Borg Queen|
|1995||Institute Benjamenta||Lisa Benjamenta|
|1986||The Second Serve||Gwen|
|1985||Wallenberg: A Hero’s Story|
|1981||Chariots of Fire||Sybil Gordon|
|1981||Ghost Story (1981)||Alma/Eva|