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Thekla Simona Gelsomina Reuten (born September 16, 1975) is a Dutch actress.

Reuten was born in Bussum, Netherlands, the daughter of an Italian mother and a Dutch father. Reuten portrayed Duncan MacLeod's love interest Anna in Highlander: The Source, released in September 2007. She also played Lotte in the Oscar-nominated film Twin Sisters, and Debbie in the Oscar-nominated film Everybody's Famous!.

In 2005, she was cast as the bride in Garcia Lorca's play Blood Wedding at the Almeida Theatre in London. In October 2006, she traveled to Los Angeles to play Mina, a Muslim fundamentalist posing as a nanny while secretly preparing an assault on the United States, in the television series Sleeper Cell, In February 2008, she played Elsa in the Lost episode "The Economist." She appeared in Martin McDonagh's film In Bruges, the opening night film of the Sundance Film Festival 2008.

She played opposite George Clooney in the 2010 Anton Corbijn movie The American.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Thekla Simona Gelsomina Reuten (born September 16, 1975) is a Dutch actress.

Reuten was born in Bussum, Netherlands, the daughter of an Italian mother and a Dutch father. Reuten portrayed Duncan MacLeod's love interest Anna in Highlander: The Source, released in September 2007. She also played Lotte in the Oscar-nominated film Twin Sisters, and Debbie in the Oscar-nominated film Everybody's Famous!.

In 2005, she was cast as the bride in Garcia Lorca's play Blood Wedding at the Almeida Theatre in London. In October 2006, she traveled to Los Angeles to play Mina, a Muslim fundamentalist posing as a nanny while secretly preparing an assault on the United States, in the television series Sleeper Cell, In February 2008, she played Elsa in the Lost episode "The Economist." She appeared in Martin McDonagh's film In Bruges, the opening night film of the Sundance Film Festival 2008.

She played opposite George Clooney in the 2010 Anton Corbijn movie The American.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Thekla Reuten, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 49

Birthday 1975-09-16

Place of Birth Bussum, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

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Also Known As

  • Thekla Simona Gelsomina Reuten

Acting TV ShowsMovies

Warrior Nun (1 episode) as Jillian Salvius
Day One (1 episode)
2018 Beat (7 episodes) as Luna Schouten
2018 Dengler Fremde Wasser as Dr. Larson
2018 Red Sparrow as Marta Yelenova
2017 Mata Hari: The Naked Spy as Mata Hari (Voice)
2016 Stan Lee's Lucky Man (10 episodes) as Isabella Augustine
2015 Tessa (8 episodes) as Tessa
2015 Home Suite Home as Stella
2015 Clean Hands as Sylvia
2015 De Re√ľnie
2014 Atlantic as Alexandra
2014 The Legend of Longwood
2013 The Dinner
2013 Speelman as Tessa
2013 Quality Time as Tamara Schuster
2011 Hotel Lux as Frida von Oorten
2011 Hidden (4 episodes)
2010 The American as Mathilde
2009 Tweeling, De (1 episode)
2009 Ceasefire as Kim
2008 The Silent Army as Valerie
2008 In Bruges as Marie
2007 In Tranzit as Elena
2007 Highlander V: The Source as Anna Teshemka
2006 Waiter as Suzie
2006 Boks (1 episode)
2005 Sleeper Cell (8 episodes) as Wilhelmina 'Mina' van der Hulst (6 episodes)
2004 Lost (1 episode)
2004 Co/Ma as Isabella
2004 The Dark Diamond as Alwina
2003 Band, De (1 episode)
2003 Rosenstrasse as Klara Singer
2003 Brush with Fate as Saskia
2002 Twin Sisters as Young Lotte
2002 Bella Bettien as Bettien
2001 The Short Life of Anne Frank as Anne Frank (voice)
2001 Chalk as Guard
2001 Acteurs, De (1 episode)
2000 De Zwarte Meteoor
2000 Aanklacht, De (1 episode)
2000 Everybody's Famous! as Debbie
1999 Little Crumb
1999 De Rode Zwaan as Dochter van de generaal
1998 Wij, Alexander (8 episodes)
1998 Het 14e kippetje as Francesca Moorman
1998 De Trip Van Teetje
1996 Consult (1 episode)
1995 Baantjer (1 episode)

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