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Caspar Phillipson was born on 13 January, 1971 in Denmark, is an Actor. At 49 years old, Caspar Phillipson height is 5 ft 9 in (175.3 cm).

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Occupation Actor
Caspar Phillipson Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 13 January 1971
Birthday 13 January
Birthplace Denmark
Nationality Danish

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Who Is Caspar Phillipson's Wife?

His wife is Marianne Phillipson

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Children Silas Phillipson, Rebekka Phillipson, Clara Phillipson

Caspar Phillipson Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Caspar Phillipson worth at the age of 51 years old? Caspar Phillipson’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Danish. We have estimated Caspar Phillipson's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Phillipson portrayed John F. Kennedy in Jackie (2016), his first role in an English-language film. He first auditioned for the part by video from Istanbul, where he was appearing in a stage production of Hamlet. To audition in-person for Jackie in Paris, Phillipson claimed sick leave from a Danish stage production called Don't Touch Nefertiti, missing five sold-out performances in a role that had been specially written for him. The Danish theater company took Phillipson to court and, in January 2017, the company was awarded kr. 116,000 for the inconvenience he had caused the theater.


Although Phillipson appeared for less than ten minutes in Jackie, the press noted his striking, even uncanny resemblance to Kennedy. The Washington Post commented on the resemblance after photos from the film's set were released: "That thatch of hair, those white teeth, the smile lines around the eyes — all very Kennedyesque. He might not be familiar to U.S. audiences, but he's far more visually similar to the former prez than other actors who’ve played JFK in recent memory, including James Marsden in The Butler (2013), Greg Kinnear in the 2011 TV miniseries The Kennedys and Rob Lowe in 2013's Killing Kennedy." Prior to auditioning for the part, Phillipson said his resemblance to Kennedy had only been noticed when he spent time in the United States: "I did a workshop years ago with Frank Corsaro, this iconic American teacher — he was the leader of Actors Studio — and suddenly, in the middle of a different scene, he said in this gruff voice, 'You have to do Kennedy one day. You just have to.'" Following Corsaro's advice, Phillipson practiced speeches by Kennedy and his brother Robert F. Kennedy, who he believed he more closely resembled.


Phillipson has worked as a stage actor, screen actor, and voice actor. As a voice actor, Phillipson has dubbed roles from English-language films into Danish, including revoicing Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005). Phillipson has appeared in Scandinavian productions for the screen, including the television series The Bridge and Borgen.


Caspar Phillipson (born 13 January 1971) is a Danish actor who has performed onscreen, onstage, and as a voice actor, predominantly in Scandinavian productions. Phillipson is best known in the English-speaking world for his portrayal of John F. Kennedy in the 2016 film Jackie. Although Phillipson appears in Jackie for only ten minutes, his resemblance to Kennedy has been considered unusually striking. Phillipson has subsequently portrayed Kennedy in a short film and in live performances of Kennedy's speeches.


After the release of Jackie, Phillipson appeared in live performances as Kennedy alongside Anders Agner Pedersen, a Danish biographer of Kennedy; Pedersen would provide historical context for a Kennedy speech before Phillipsen delivered it. Phillipson delivered notable speeches by Kennedy such as his inaugural address, his 1963 American University speech, and his 1963 West Berlin speech. Phillipson reprised the role of Kennedy again in a short film, performing a "lost" speech written for the president to deliver on 22 November 1963—the date of his assassination. Phillipson's delivery of the speech was filmed at the 2017 COLCOA Film Festival and released as The Speech JFK Never Gave.