Josephine Larsen trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (England) and is now a fully qualified teacher, director, theatre coach, author and NLP Master Practitioner, specialising in Stage/Film Acting and Communication Skills. During her 40yr professional career in Europe, she worked closely with some of the most pioneering artists in Theatre and creative Media – amongst others – Ian McNaughton (producer of MONTY PYTHON); Vladek Shebal (WOMEN IN LOVE); Marianne Segebrecht (BAGDAD CAFÉ); Bruno Ganz (WINGS OF DESIRE; DOWNFALL) and starred in the Cult Film CLEMENTINE TANGO, which ran for 5 years in Paris, Los Angeles, Rome and Berlin. Recently she helped coach actors in a new Hollywood movie, directed by Richard Stanley and starring Nicolas Cage, which will be premiered later this year.
In between her professional work, she manages/directs her own ART14 Theatre projects and productions in Devon, England, whose aim is to encourage social transformation and individual self-actualisation through theatre and arts. Josephine’s continued passion and research includes ancient philosophy, Jungian psychology, the surreal, alchemy and advanced communication skills. In 2016, she wrote and published the “The Power Of Acting: discovering the person behind the mask”. She is currently writing her second book titled “The book of Josephine”.