Michiel Huisman Fan

Michiel Huisman Fan
A Fansite for Dutch Actor/Musician Michiel Huisman

Welcome to Michiel Huisman Fan, the fansite for Dutch actor Michiel Huisman. Or as one article called him, 'that hot scruffy dude from all your favorite shows'! Whether you're a new fan or have followed his career, we hope to give you the most up-to-date and complete information about Michiel. Enjoy your stay!
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There are a few nominations for Michiel’s movie, Age of Adaline, and his shows, Orphan Black and Game of Thrones, plus you can also write in a vote for Michiel himself! Click on the graphics below to go directly to vote for his projects and him.

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In today’s anything-goes cinema, when filmmakers can explicitly show just about anything — beheadings, decapitations, Russell Crowe singing — it’s cool to see a director who understands the power of restraint.

 

Karyn Kusama built a buzz with indie hit “Girlfight,” then worked with two studios on a couple films that bombed — “Aeon Flux,” a misfire with Charlize Theron, and “Jennifer’s Body,” a teen-horror film written by Diablo Cody that went off the rails.

 

With “The Invitation,” Kusama gets back on track with a slow-burn movie that holds everything back and keeps holding some more. Tension builds in deliciously unsettling, nerve-jangling ways until the last 10 minutes or so — and the getting there is worth it, especially a genuinely haunting, brilliantly composed final shot that’ll stay with you.

 

Before reaching its shocking end, “The Invitation” explores coping with grief and questions of friendship and spirituality in ways that feel honest and true for each character, except you’re never quite sure whom to believe.

 

The entire film is set at posh Hollywood Hills home of David (Michiel Huisman) and Eden, (Tammy Blanchard), a couple that disappeared to Mexico for a couple years, leaving friends confused and bewildered.

 

After returning, they issue a dinner invitation to those friends, including Will (Logan Marshall-Green) — Eden’s ex — and his new girlfriend.

 

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Although its very similar to my original theme by Ray (because I adored it!!), my friend Carol has redone the theme to be mobile friendly. So now every part of the site (Main, Photo Gallery, and Video Gallery) are all mobile friendly! Thanks to Carol for the update.

 

I was finally able to track down a decent copy of Floris! Michiel looks so young and baby faced with no beard and blond hair.

 

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Film Productions > Floris > Bloopers – Screencaps

Film Productions > Floris > Making of Floris – Screencaps

The Age of Adaline was released on BluRay this week and I have uploaded the screencaps. Do yourself a favor and go buy the movie! Also, included are some pictures of Michiel and his wife leaving a pool party in New Orleans. However, I didn’t include the photos showing their daughter’s face.

 

I’m going to try to get some video clips from Age of Adaline up this weekend but I won’t put up all of Michiel’s clips for awhile so people will go out and buy the movie!

 

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The Netherlands native also recently starred in ‘The Age of Adaline’ and ‘Wild.’

 

Game of Thrones’ Michiel Huisman has exited ICM Partners for UTA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

 

The Dutch actor’s career has really heated up in the last couple of years. As Daenerys’ ally and lover Daario Naharis on the HBO drama, he first appeared in season four before being promoted to series regular from the fifth season onwards. Last year he pulled triple duty with BBC America’s Orphan Black, playing Sarah’s babydaddy Cal on the second season, and ABC’s Nashville, recurring as seductive music producer Liam throughout the series. The latter gig put Huisman’s real-life singer-songwriter experience to good use, as did his first American television show: HBO’s Treme, in which he starred as addict and jazz musician Sonny during the first two seasons.

 

On the big screen, Huisman most recently starred as Blake Lively’s latter-day love interest in The Age of Adaline, which came after his steamy encounter with Reese Witherspoon in Wild. And he has even romanced Gisele Bundchen, in the Baz Luhrmann-directed short The One That I Want for Chanel No. 5 last fall. Earlier this year he replaced Benjamin Walker as the male lead opposite Teresa Palmer in the Groundhog Day-like psychological thriller 2:22.

 

Huisman continues to be represented by the U.K.’s Conway van Gelder Grant, Authentic and attorney J. Franklin Stewart.

 

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Gallery Update

August 26th, 2015

Just a small update since Michiel is busy filming Game of Thrones as well as a new movie.

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Thanks so much to Aniek at Jennifer Anniston NL who sent me two Dutch magazines with Michiel in it.

 

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