Andree Solvik is a Swedish, Norwegian and German native speaker. He was born in Sweden as the son of Norwegian parents. At the age of ten he moved to Berlin with his mother and quickly felt like a true Berliner by choice. After an aborted study at the TU Berlin he decided to become an actor and was accepted at the first attempt at the HFF (Konrad Wolf) in Potsdam. His debut with the Berliner Ensemble in 1996 was followed by numerous theatre and television productions. At the same time, Andree was also active as a voice actor. He has already lent his voice to numerous commercials of well-known brands. As a dubbing artist he can be heard in productions such as "James Bond (Spectre)", "Maria Magdalena", "Downsizing", "Welcome to Sweden", "Startup", Der Vollposten" and "Eddie The Eagle". For the DRadio feature "Die Zeitmaschine" he spoke 363 episodes. But he is also often featured in documentaries, audio guides, e-learning, image films, audio guides and games. And if you need a Scandinavian accent, Andree is the ideal choice. Since he grew up multilingual, he counts three native languages as his own: In addition to German, he also speaks Norwegian and Swedish.