Danish movie stars born in 1932

Here are 6 famous actors from Denmark were born in 1932:

Ove Verner Hansen

Ove Verner Hansen (July 20, 1932 Helsingør-) is a Danish actor and opera singer.

He trained at the Royal Danish Theatre's opera school and made his stage debut in 1957. Hansen is best known for his work in theatre, where he has performed in both comedic and dramatic roles. He has also starred in numerous Danish films and television series throughout his career. In addition to his acting career, Hansen is an accomplished opera singer and is known for his performances of Mozart and Verdi. He has received several awards for his work, including the Danish Theatre Critics' Award and the Knud Højgaards Fond's Honorary Award. Hansen retired from acting in 2009, but continues to be remembered as one of Denmark's most beloved performers.

Henning Palner

Henning Palner (July 18, 1932 Gladsaxe Municipality-) is a Danish actor.

He began his career at Aarhus Teater in 1958 and went on to become a prominent actor in Danish cinema, appearing in over 70 films. Palner has also played lead roles in numerous stage productions, including a celebrated performance as Hamlet at the Royal Danish Theatre. In addition to his acting work, he has also served as director of the Betty Nansen Theatre in Copenhagen. Palner has received several awards for his contributions to Danish theater and film, including the prestigious Bodil Award for Best Actor.

Jens Jørgen Thorsen

Jens Jørgen Thorsen (February 2, 1932 Holstebro-November 15, 2000 Sweden) a.k.a. Jens Jorjen Thorsen was a Danish film director, actor, screenwriter, film editor, musician, film producer and painter.

Thorsen was a prominent figure in the Danish film industry in the 1960s, known for his experimental and avant-garde films. He co-founded the production company, Nordic Film, in 1961 with filmmaker, Palle Kjærulff-Schmidt, and produced several films under the company's banner.

Thorsen's most notable works include the films "Stenka Rasin" (1965), "The Kiss That Killed Me" (1968), and "Journey to the Seventh Planet" (1962) which earned him international recognition.

Apart from his film career, Thorsen was a talented musician and painter. He played in several bands during the 1950s and 60s and later went on to produce music for his films. He was also an accomplished painter and had several exhibitions of his work in Denmark and Sweden.

Thorsen migrated to the United States in the 1970s and collaborated with filmmaker, Paul Morrissey, on several films including "Flesh" (1968) and "Trash" (1970).

Overall, Thorsen's creative pursuits left an indelible mark on the Danish film industry and his legacy continues to inspire filmmakers to this day.

Holger Vistisen

Holger Vistisen (June 13, 1932 Copenhagen-February 13, 2007) was a Danish actor.

Vistisen began his acting career in theater in the 1950s and later transitioned to film and television. He appeared in a number of popular Danish films and TV series such as "Matador" and "Krøniken". He was also a prolific stage actor and worked at various prominent theaters in Denmark throughout his career. Vistisen was known for his talent and versatility as an actor and received numerous awards and nominations for his work, including four Bodil Awards - the highest accolade in Danish cinema. Outside of his acting career, Vistisen was also a writer and translator, and published several books throughout his life. He passed away in 2007 at the age of 74.

Peter Marcell

Peter Marcell (February 23, 1932 Copenhagen-January 27, 1996) was a Danish actor.

Peter Marcell was known for his roles in both Danish and international film and television. He began his acting career in 1951 and became well-known in Denmark in the 1960s, appearing in a number of successful films such as "An-Magritt" and "Eldorado".

In addition to his work in Denmark, Marcell also appeared in several international productions, including the German TV series "Derrick" and the British film "Nicholas and Alexandra". He was a two-time winner of the Best Actor award at the Bodil Awards, Denmark's national film awards.

Marcell was also a prominent voice actor in Denmark, providing the Danish dubbing for characters in many popular films, including "The Godfather" and "Star Wars". He passed away in 1996 at the age of 63.

Bent Conradi

Bent Conradi (August 30, 1932 Denmark-) is a Danish actor.

Bent Conradi started his acting career in 1958 with the film "Sow the Wind". He has since then appeared in more than 100 films and TV shows in Denmark. Conradi is well-known for his versatile acting skills and has earned several awards for his performances, including Robert Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1977 for his role in the film "Aftenlandet" and Bodil Award for Best Actor in 1986 for his role in "The Wolf at the Door". He has also worked as a director and screenwriter. In addition to his work in film and television, Conradi has also acted in several plays at the Royal Danish Theater in Copenhagen.

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