Vibeke Hastrup (born 7 April 1958 in Denmark) is a Danish actress who has worked in theatre, television and film. She performed in the films Babette's Feast and Let the Polar Bears Dance, and has done numerous voice-overs for animated features such as Tarzan, Robots and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
Hastrup graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre in Copenhagen. The following year she debuted at Det Ny Teater in Copenhagen in the comedy Goddag, er De min Far? (English: Hello, are you my Father?). She has performed on many of the Copenhagen stages, including in Heksejagt and Parasitterne at the Folketeatret as well as Play It Again, Sam at the Bellevue and Det Danske Theaters.
Hastrup debuted on screen in 1982 in Sven Methling's Kidnapping. Five years later she played the role of the young Martina in Babette's Feast (Babettes gæstebud). Hastrup appeared in other films including Lad Isbjørnene danse which won both Bodil and Robert awards for Best Danish Film of 1990. Hastrup also has appeared in 6 Danish television series and lent her voice to the Danish versions of Lady and the Tramp II, Toy Story 2, and Tarzan (1999 film).