Hera Hilmarsdóttir Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career

Hera Hilmarsdóttir, professionally known as Hera Hilmar, is a famous Icelandic actress who was born in December 27, 1988 in Iceland and also raised in there. She is best known for her role as Vanessa in the television series Da Vinci’s Demons (2013) (2013-2015), as Varya in Anna Karenina (2012), as Eik in the Icelandic film Life in a Fishbowl (2014), and as Lillie in The Ottoman Lieutenant (2017).

Real Name : Hera Hilmarsdóttir
Also Known as : Hera Hilmar
Date of Birth : December 27, 1988
Age : 32 Years
Birthplace : Iceland
Nationality : Icelandic
Zodiac Sign : Capricorn
Ethnicity : White
Occupation : Actress
Years Active : 1995-Present
Awards : Edda Award for Best Leading Actor or Actress
Net Worth (in 2021) : $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary : US$ 15K-20K Per Episode

Family Members & Education –

Hera was born in a Icelandic family and also brought up there by her parents. Her full name is Hera Hilmarsdóttir, she is also known as her stage name Hera Hilmar. Her mother is an actress, named Þórey Sigþórsdóttir and her father is a director. His name is Hilmar Oddsson.
Relationship Status : Single
Qualification : Graduated
College : London Academy of Music and Art

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m)
Weight : 60 kg (132 lbs)
Body Measurements : 32-24-34 inches
Waist : 24 inches
Hips : 33 inches
Bodytype : Pear
Hair Color : Red (Ginger hair)
Eye Color : Blue

Career –

Hera Hilmarsdóttir is a famous actress from Iceland who started her career from 1995 at an early age. She is a graduate of London Academy of Music and Dramatic art.
She was the lead actress in the 2018 film Mortal Engines. Some of her notable works are Svartir Englar (2008), The Cliff (2010), Leaving (2012), Life in a Fishbowl (2014), and An Ordinary Man (2017). She won the Edda Award for Actress of the Year in 2015 for Vonarstræti (2014) and in 2017 for Eiðurinn (2016). Her 2018 projects include The Ashram and Mortal Engines. In 2019, she played a role in a famous tv series named “See”.

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