Snorri Kristjansson


Snorri Kristjansson is an Icelander living in Edinburgh. He is a writer of books, films and plays, as well as a drama teacher for a secondary school. Among his many odd "achievements" in life, he's variously: Taught Icelandic to the British Ambassador; Appeared on Sky News to explain the banking crash; Performed stand-up comedy in various venues across the UK and other countries, including (but not limited to) a boxing ring, a barn and a warship; Written a BA thesis on himself; and taught roughly 9000 people to pronounce Eyafjallajökull and various other things of a similar nature. He is the author of five novels.

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