Danish movie stars died at 72

Here are 4 famous actors from Denmark died at 72:

Poul Reichhardt

Poul Reichhardt (February 2, 1913 Copenhagen-October 31, 1985 Denmark) also known as Reichhardt, Poul, Poul David Reichhardt or Poul Reichardt was a Danish actor and singer. His children are called Peter Reichhardt, Frederikke Reichhardt, Caroline Reichhardt and Henriette Reichhardt.

Poul Reichhardt began his acting career in the 1930s and soon became one of Denmark's most popular actors. He appeared in over 100 films and TV shows throughout his career, including several musicals where he showcased his singing talent. Reichhardt was also a prolific stage actor, performing in numerous productions at the Royal Danish Theatre.

During World War II, Reichhardt became an active member of the Danish resistance movement, which led to him being imprisoned for a brief period. After the war, he continued his career in the entertainment industry and became a beloved figure in Danish culture.

Reichhardt's contributions to Danish entertainment were recognized with numerous awards, including the Knight's Cross of the Order of Dannebrog and the Ingenio et Arti medal. He died in 1985 and is remembered as one of Denmark's greatest actors and singers.

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Otto Brandenburg

Otto Brandenburg (September 4, 1934 Billund Municipality-March 1, 2007 Copenhagen) also known as Otto Herman Max Brandenburg, Four Jacks, Baggårdspumaen or The Backyard Puma was a Danish singer, actor, musician and film score composer.

He began his career in entertainment in the 1950s as a member of the musical quartet Four Jacks, which quickly became one of Denmark's most popular musical acts. Brandenburg later went on to pursue a successful solo career and released numerous albums over the years. He also acted in several films and television shows, and composed scores for several Danish films. In addition to his entertainment career, Brandenburg was also heavily involved in animal welfare causes and worked to establish a refuge for stray cats in Denmark. He continued to perform and record music until his death in 2007 at the age of 72.

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Bertel Lauring

Bertel Lauring (January 11, 1928 Frederiksberg-January 28, 2000 Denmark) was a Danish actor. He had one child, Sophie Louise Lauring.

Bertel Lauring began his acting career in 1952 and went on to appear in over 50 films and TV shows. He was particularly known for his roles in popular Danish films such as "Kispus," "Huset på Christianshavn," and "Matador." Lauring was a well-respected actor in Denmark, and during his career, he won several awards for his performances, including the Bodil Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Aside from acting, Lauring was also an accomplished stage actor and director, and he was a member of the Royal Danish Theatre for many years. In addition, he was a writer and translator, having translated several plays and books from English to Danish.

Lauring passed away in 2000, leaving behind a legacy as one of Denmark's most beloved actors.

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Jørgen Kiil

Jørgen Kiil (February 13, 1931 Aarhus-June 1, 2003 Copenhagen) also known as Jorgen Peter Christiansen Kiil or Jørgen Peter Christiansen Kiil was a Danish actor.

Over the course of his career, Kiil appeared in more than 70 Danish films and TV series. He trained at the Royal Danish Theatre's drama school in Copenhagen and began his acting career at the Aarhus Theatre in 1953. Kiil's breakthrough role was in the 1959 film "Poeten og Lillemor," which launched him to national prominence and led to many more film and TV roles. Some of his other notable film credits include "Harry og kammertjeneren" (1961), "Flagermusen" (1966), and "Barbara" (1997). In addition to his work in film and TV, Kiil also appeared on stage in numerous productions throughout Denmark. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Dannebrog in 1980 for his contributions to Danish culture.

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