Danish movie stars died in 1983

Here are 2 famous actors from Denmark died in 1983:

Elith Pio

Elith Pio (July 3, 1887 Copenhagen-February 10, 1983 Denmark) a.k.a. Nils Sigurd Malmros or Viggo Elith William Pio was a Danish actor. He had one child, Pallet Pio.

Elith Pio began his acting career in 1914, appearing in several Danish films of the silent era. He gained critical acclaim for his roles in the films "The Great Circus Catastrophe" and "The Monastery's Hunter" in the 1920s. Pio continued to act in films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, and also worked as a director and screenwriter.

In addition to his work in film, Pio was a respected stage actor and director. He worked extensively in the theater, performing in productions of classic Danish plays by playwrights such as Ludvig Holberg and Henrik Ibsen. Pio's performances were known for their intelligence, depth, and subtle humor.

Pio was widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of Danish cinema. His performances were characterized by a mixture of wit, charm, and vulnerability, and he was known for his ability to convey complex emotions with subtlety and nuance.

Read more about Elith Pio on Wikipedia »

Gunnar Bigum

Gunnar Bigum (September 13, 1914 Copenhagen-March 30, 1983 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

He is best known for his work in Danish cinema, where he starred in over 40 films, including "Fiskerne" (The Fishermen), "Hr. Petit" (Mr. Petit), and "Tre piger fra Jylland" (Three Girls from Jutland). In addition to his film work, Bigum was also a well-known stage actor, performing in many productions for the Royal Danish Theatre. He was known for his versatility as an actor, and could play both comedic and dramatic roles with ease. In addition to his acting work, Bigum was also a writer and director, and was involved in many productions both on stage and on screen. He was widely regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation in Denmark, and was a beloved figure in Danish culture during his lifetime.

Read more about Gunnar Bigum on Wikipedia »

Related articles