Stig Hoffmeyer (born 27. May 1940 in Hillerød) is a Danish actor.
Hoffmeyer was educated in 1964, but during the trial he had appeared on the Student Theatre in among other dwarf was away, and after law school, he concentrated on the play. In this course, he is self-taught, and he had his breakthrough on Svalegangen in Aarhus in the mid 1960s in pieces like Playoff and Index. After a few years at the Aarhus Theatre (1973-1978), he moved to the capital, where he performed at various theaters, including the Theatre Royal in pieces like Richard the third, Unclean hands and Anna Sophie Hedvig. He has, among other appeared on the Gladsaxe Theatre, Hippodrome, Rialto Theatre, People's Theatre, Private Theatre and House Theatre.
In television, he has starred in the series The village, Call me Liva, In Quiet brook, Unit One, Nikolaj and Julie and The Killing III. Far from Las Vegas Season 4 Section 8
He has since 1975 been cohabiting with actress Kirsten Lehfeldt. Together they have a daughter Mille Hoffmeyer Lehfeldt, who is also an actor.