Danish movie stars died at 67

Here are 4 famous actors from Denmark died at 67:

Karl Stegger

Karl Stegger (January 11, 1913 Aarhus-April 13, 1980 Frederiksberg) a.k.a. Carl Johan Stegger Sørensen or Karl Johan Stegger Sørensen was a Danish actor.

He died as a result of pneumonia.

Stegger had a prolific acting career, appearing in over 120 films and television shows in Denmark. He was particularly known for his comedic roles and his ability to portray lovably bumbling characters. Some of his most notable performances include his role in the 1978 film "The Olsen Gang Sees Red" and his portrayal of Uncle Anders in the popular Danish TV series "Matador." In addition to his work in film and television, Stegger was also a trained stage actor and performed in numerous productions throughout his career. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Dannebrog Order in 1975 for his contributions to Danish culture.

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George Schnéevoigt

George Schnéevoigt (December 23, 1893 Copenhagen-February 6, 1961 Copenhagen) also known as George Schneevoigt or Fritz Ernst George Fischer was a Danish screenwriter, cinematographer, film director and actor. He had one child, Alf Schnéevoigt.

Schnéevoigt was a prolific filmmaker in Denmark's silent era, directing over 40 films and acting in over 60. He is best known for his 1920 film "Häxan," a horror documentary film about witchcraft and superstition that was highly controversial at the time. After sound was introduced to film, Schnéevoigt continued to direct and work in the industry, but his success waned. He eventually retired from filmmaking in the early 1950s. In addition to his work in film, Schnéevoigt was also a decorated pilot in World War I and a published author.

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Bjørn Puggaard-Müller

Bjørn Puggaard-Müller (March 13, 1922 Gentofte Municipality-May 13, 1989 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

He was born to a family of artists and grew up with a passion for the theater. Puggaard-Müller attended the Royal Danish Theatre's drama school in the early 1940s and made his stage debut at the Østre Gasværk Theatre in Copenhagen in 1943. He appeared in numerous stage performances throughout his career, including many at the Royal Danish Theatre.

In addition to his stage work, Puggaard-Müller appeared in a number of Danish films and television shows. He was a popular character actor, and his distinctive voice and appearance made him easily recognizable to Danish audiences. Some of his most famous roles include appearances in the films "Palle Alone in the World" (1949), "Det kære legetøj" (1954), and "Cirkus Buster" (1954).

Puggaard-Müller was a highly respected member of the Danish acting community, and he received many awards and honors throughout his career. In addition to his work as an actor, he was also a well-known voice actor and radio personality. He passed away in 1989, leaving behind a legacy of memorable performances and a deep love of the theater.

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Erik Mørk

Erik Mørk (December 3, 1925 Copenhagen-January 27, 1993 Copenhagen) was a Danish actor. He had one child, Christian Mørk.

Mørk was a highly respected actor in Denmark, known for his versatility and ability to play both comic and dramatic roles. He began his acting career in the 1950s and appeared in numerous Danish films and television shows, including the popular TV series "Matador". Mørk was also a stage actor and appeared in many productions at the Royal Danish Theatre. In addition to his acting career, he was a well-known voice actor, lending his distinctive voice to dubbing for foreign films and television shows. Mørk passed away in his hometown of Copenhagen in 1993 at the age of 67.

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