Silje Holtet (born October 19, 1975) is a Norwegian actress and screenwriter.
She was a drama student at Romerike Folkehøgskole, and has also studied Sanford Meisner technique at The Acting Corps in Los Angeles.
She began as an intern at Hedmark Teater in 1991 and has since worked with Turnékompaniet, Bread and Circus, Agder Theatre, Haugesund Teater, NRK, etc.
In 1999 she started the independent Theatre group "MollyMelon" with colleagues Tuva Hølmebakk and Ingvild Hellum.
In 2005, she played the role of Linda Borg in the NRK TV-series "Deadline Torp," and in 2008 she played Anne Elise Blix in the film "The Kautokeino Rebellion."
She has since 2006 worked at Nordland Theatre, where she has played in the following productions: "Ibsen's Angels," "The little witch with the big ears" and "GetBack!," a tribute to The Beatles.
In spring 2008, she was head of the children's theater project "KYSS KATTA," where she wrote and directed the following productions: "Pommers Pancakes", "Around the world with Kirsten and Connie" and "Juliet's dream.
Silje Holtet is known for her very realistic interpretation of Marilyn Monroe, as seen in the newly written musical "Marilyn - Nobody´s baby" by Sven Henriksen.
Silje Holtet has lived together with film director Thomas Robsahm since the year of 2011.