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Alice Krige (Alice Maud Krige) was born on 28 June, 1954 in Upington, South Africa, is a South African actress and producer. At 66 years old, Alice Krige height is 5 ft 5 in (165.1 cm).

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Popular As Alice Maud Krige
Occupation Actress, producer
Alice Krige Age 68 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 28 June 1954
Birthday 28 June
Birthplace Upington, South Africa
Nationality South Africa

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Her husband is Paul Schoolman (m. 1988)

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Alice Krige Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Alice Krige worth at the age of 68 years old? Alice Krige’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from South Africa. We have estimated Alice Krige's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2015, Krige received the Special Jury Award at the International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality in Jakarta, along with Andy Garcia and Jimmy Carter for her performance in the film Shingetsu, in which she plays a war-traumatised surgeon of Doctors Without Borders, opposite Gunter Singer.


In 2012, Alice produced the award-winning feature Jail Caesar, 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 was written and directed by Paul Schoolman.


In 2008, she had a leading role as Sannie Laing, Sandra's mother, in Skin, the biopic about Sandra Laing. The film explores the issues of the girl being classified as "Coloured" by the South African authorities during Apartheid, although her parents were white. In 2011, Krige appeared in the BBC's final season of Spooks, playing Russian double agent Elena Gavrik. Krige also featured in the final season of the BBC drama Waking the Dead, in 2011. In recent years, Krige appeared in films Solomon Kane, The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Thor: The Dark World. She played the role of Amira in the first and second series of Tyrant for F/X, and has recently worked for the BBC on the series The Syndicate and Partners in Crime. In 2016, she appeared on the Netflix mystery series The OA.


In April 2004, Krige was awarded an honorary Litt.D. degree from Rhodes University.


In Star Trek: First Contact, Krige played the Borg Queen, who attempts to assimilate Earth into the Borg collective. She won Best Supporting Actress at the 1997 Saturn Awards for that role. She returned to this character in the Star Trek game Star Trek: Armada II and in the Star Trek: Voyager series finale "Endgame" in 2001. Her science fiction career has expanded into television, with prominent roles in miniseries adaptations of Dinotopia and Frank Herbert's Children of Dune. She worked with the Brothers Quay in "The Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream That People Call Life" and with Guy Maddin in "Twilight of the Ice Nymphs".


Krige starred in a number of made-for-television movies and miniseries. She appeared in the television movies Baja Oklahoma (1988) and Ladykiller (1992) and the miniseries Ellis Island (1984) and Scarlet and Black (1993). She played Natalie Wood's mother in The Mystery of Natalie Wood (2004), and starred as Joan Collins in Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure. She had recurring roles on Deadwood, and guest starred on Six Feet Under, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The 4400 and Dirty Sexy Money.

Krige married writer and director Paul Schoolman in 1988.


Krige played Bathsheba in King David (1985) and Mary Shelley in Haunted Summer (1988), and has appeared in such horror films as Ghost Story, Sleepwalkers, Silent Hill and Gretel & Hansel.


Krige made her professional debut on British television in 1979, 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 appearing in a 1981 West End theatre production of George Bernard Shaw's Arms and the Man.


Alice Maud Krige (/ˈ k r iː ɡ ə / ; born 28 June 1954) is a South African actress and producer. Her first feature film role was in Chariots of Fire (1981) as the Gilbert and Sullivan singer Sybil Gordon. She played the dual role of Eva Galli/Alma Mobley in Ghost Story, and the Borg Queen in the Star Trek franchise, beginning with the film Star Trek: First Contact.