Swedish producer and director, Christoffer Naess is famous for producing a short drama-documentary, Magnus – A Spring Day. He also produced a short documentary; This is Kabul for which he received a Bergen International Film Award.
Christoffer was born in 1968, in Sweden. Moreover, he belongs to German and Norwegian descent. So, is he dating anyone or he is married? Let’s take a glimpse of Naess’ personal life.
Christoffer Naess’s Marital Status
Christoffer Naess is reportedly unmarried and is living a single life. Despite being one of the famous faces in the entertainment industry, he prefers to keep his intimate life far away from the eyes of the media.
Naess is currently busy concentrating on his work while trying to forge his name at the highest peak in the field of acting. So, this might be the reason why he is still unmarried or even not dating someone.
Naess’s Parents’ Marital Affair
The award-winning producer’s father, Arne Naess Jr., a businessman, was married to a Swedish designer, Filippa Kumlin D’Orey in 1966. Their wedding ceremony was held at the “Solstua” venue in Oslo, Norway.
The pair, however, ended their marriage after eighteen years with a divorce paper. In mid-1982, the court finalized their divorce. They also shared three children, a son, Christoffer, and two daughters, Katinka and Leona Naess, a singer-songwriter from their marriage.
After the separation, Naess’ dad had his encounter with an American singer, Diana Ross on a trip to the Bahamas. Later, they got married in 1985. Together, they welcomed Arne Næss Jr., Ross, Nicklas, and Louis Naess.
Net Value – $800 Thousand, Christoffer
Christoffer Naess summons a handsome some of the fortunes and maintains a fruitful bank balance. So, his net worth is $800 Thousand as of 2019. Similarly, he earns an annual salary of $150 Thousand
Naess’ father left an impressive wealth of $600 Million at the time of his death. Aside from this, his brother, Evan Ross bought a house in Los Angeles, California. The price of his house consists of two bedrooms, and two bathrooms on 1,686 square foot.
Debut In The Production House
Christoffer Naess got his early work as a producer for the Urban Contemporary Art where he worked for over two years from April 2012 to August 2014.
Naess is currently for the Global Video Letters, focusing on human rights concepts and motivates participants to engage in their communities. He also concentrated at producing personal, participatory documentaries with Munin Film production house since January 2013.
Began As An Executive Producer
Naess made his debut with a Norwegian short drama-documentary, Magnus – A Spring Day in 2013. For his work, he won an Amanda Award and Greenpoint Film Award for a best short documentary.
Christoffer directed in the short drama-documentary film; This is Kabul where he worked with Nargis Azaryun, Sadaf Fetrat, and Sahar Fetrat among others. In 2017, he served as an executive producer for the biographical documentary, The Red Thread.