A Dutch actor, musician, and singer-songwriter named Michiel Huisman. He has performed in Dutch and English language, both in TV series and movies. The character of ‘Ellis Jones” in the fantasy-Romance film “The Age of Adaline“ in the year 2015, “Sonny” on the television series called “Treme” around 2010–13; all these portrayed by Micheil Huisman.
His other works include him playing the roles of “Daario Naharis” on “Game of Thrones” during 2014–16, and in 2018, “Steven Crain” on “The Haunting of Hill House” as well as “Dawsey Adams” in the movie “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.” On television, He has also made some re-appearances as “Liam McGinnis” in “Nashville” around 2012–14, “Cal Morrison” on “Orphan Black” during 2014–15, and in 2020, as “Alex Sokolov’ in the first season of “The Flight Attendant.”
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Michiel was born in Amstelveen, Netherlands, (18 July 1981). Former professional football player “Dustin Huisman” is the brother of Michiel. Huisman has a fascination for table tennis, and he has been playing since childhood. He grew up in a Jewish family.
Michiel Huisman and the Dutch actress “Tara Elders” are married, and the two have a daughter together, was born in 2007. The couple previously resided in New Orleans, Louisiana but now stay in New York City.
Michiel Huisman Professional Life
Michiel Huisman used to be a singer and guitarist in the Dutch band named, “Fontane,” which he made mutually with “Roland van der Hoofd,” “Gilles Tuinder,” “Bas van Geldere,” and “Donny Griffioen.” The band made the singles “1+1=2” in the year 2001, in 2002, “Slapeloos,” and “Neem Me Mee” in 2003. The movie named “Costa!” has the debut single on its soundtrack in 2003, and the consecutive was on the soundtrack of “Full Moon Party” in 2002, in which Michiel Huisman performed a starring part in both of them. The band also created a version of Willeke Alberti’s song “Telkens weer,” in 2003, for the soundtrack of the movie Love to Love.
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Michiel Huisman Career
Michiel Huisman’s career started with a supporting role of “Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden.” On Dutch television, it was the longest-running soap opera, where he performed the role of “Rover,” a 14-year-old model who sues his employers for involving in child pornography. Later, he was called by the “made-for-TV” movies “Suzy Q and Uitgesloten.”
In the Dutch films such as “Costa!” and “Volle Maan,” both of which were under the direction of “Johan Nijenhuis,” and their targeted audience was the teenaged audience. Both these films have his work performed under the category of a supporting role. In the Dutch police series “Spangen,” he had a recurring role at the exact interval time. Michiel Huisman was introduced into the leading-man section in 2003 with the film “Phileine Says Sorry.” It was an adaptation of “Ronald Giphart’s” book of the same title. He also acted as ancient knight Floris in the movie “Floris,” based on the Dutch TV series.
Michiel Huisman arrived in the “Academy Award” nominated for the biographical drama movie called “Wild“ and worked in the promoting campaign for Chanel No.5’s “The One That I Want.” It was under the direction of Baz Luhrmann. Michiel Huisman was seen in the thriller “The Invitation” and performed the leading role in the romantic movie “The Age of Adaline” In 2015.
Huisman got the opportunity to be seen as the leading actor in the war drama “The Ottoman Lieutenant,” which dictates the story of a Turkish officer who falls in love with an idealistic American caretaker, performed by Hera Hilmar, during World War I. The film also has the appearance of “Josh Hartnett” and “Ben Kingsley.” The movie was released for an “Oscar-qualifying” run in December 2016 ere voluminous announcement in March 2017.
Michiel Huisman played “Walter Davidson” in the Discovery Channel limited series “Harley and the Davidsons.” It told the nativity tale of “Harley-Davidson Inc.” In September 2016, The three-part series premiered and obtained fair reviews from editors and from ‘Harley-Davidson themselves!”