Mimi Ferrer is in Kenya shooting The Fifth Estate. This hugely anticipated film will unfold through the eyes of Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Daniel Brühl), an early supporter and eventual colleague of Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch). The film follows the heady, early days of Wikileaks in 2006, through to its abrupt end after a series of controversial and history changing info leaks connected to the controversy in Kenya and the war in Afghanistan.
The website’s overnight success brought instant fame to its principal architects, but as their power expanded across the globe, Daniel grew increasingly disillusioned with Julian’s questionable tactics and ethics. The rift between the two friends became irreparable and their ideological differences tore them apart, but not before they revolutionized, for better and worse, the flow of information to news media and the world at large.Overview
Multi-lingual Mimi Ferrer is an Amsterdam based actress whose CV boasts an impressive list of Film, Television and Theatre credits.
Mimi has most recently been seen in the US series Tyranny and Dutch series Hart Tegan Hard and Vrijland for Dutch television .
Other television credits include series regular for four years in Onderweg Naar Morgen and De co-assistent.
She played alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in the Wikileaks feature film The Fifth Estate.
She plays Angela de Bruyn in new Dutch series Smeris which was released earlier this year.About Sainou
Sainou means talent and that’s what we’re all about.
Based in the heart of Shoreditch, Sainou represents a select list of actors including International industry award winners, household names and some of the finest, young British talent working today.
Clients are represented by agents David Marsden, Paul Martin & Hermione Halpin, with assistance from Dominique Munday and Kristian Wall. We work together as a close team covering all media with particular focus on Film, Television and Theatre in both the UK and overseas.