Cecilie Thomsen

Cecilie Thomsen Biography

Bond's Danish teacher Professor Ing Bergstrom

Cecilie Thomsen is a renowned international actress, most celebrated for her portrayal of Professor Inga Bergstrøm, a notable character in the 1997 James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, where she starred alongside Pierce Brosnan.

Thomsen’s filmography extends beyond the James Bond franchise. She partnered with Henning Moritzen in the Danish segment of the anthology film, Visions of Europe. This segment, intriguingly titled Europe doesn’t exist, was brought to life by the directorial prowess of Christoffer Boe.

Music video appearances also constitute a part of Thomsen’s diverse career. In 1995, she starred in the music video for Bryan Adams’ hit song Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?


Cecilie Thomsen’s film career is a testament to her versatility. In 1998, she played the role of a VIP Patron in the film 54. Subsequently, in 2002, she portrayed a Lithuanian Sharpshooter in the film House of Fools. Thomsen returned to Visions of Europe in 2004, appearing in the segment titled Denmark: Europe. And she also made an uncredited appearance as Maria in the 2009 film Simon & Malou.