Kasper Vandenberghe was born in Veurne (Belgium) in 1983. After one year of studying at the Herman Teirlinck Instituut he ended his studies to start working as an actor. From 2007 on he was working for Zuidelijk Toneel in Einhoven and Ontroerend Goed in Gent.
In 2009 he started working with Jan Fabre for the performance Orgy of Tolerance.
In 2010-2011 he performed in Prometheus Landscape II and in 2012 in the two re-enactments, The power of theatrical madness and This is theatre like it was to be expected and foreseen. Kasper Vandenberghe is also part of Jan Fabre’s 24-hour project Mount Olympus.
In between his work with Fabre, Kasper Vandenberghe worked for Miet Warlop and Coraline Maison. In 2012 he had a creation with Kurt Vandendriessche, K&K Bringing home the bacon, and he is still performing with the musical/spoken words show Dobberman (2012).
As a member of the Jan Fabre teaching group he assisted at the teaching group in Venice for the Biennale for a workshop called ‘The holy Gangster’.