Here are 2 famous actors from Denmark died in 1997:
Hardy Rafn (September 17, 1930 Slagelse-January 23, 1997 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
He began his acting career in the late 1950s, appearing in a number of Danish films and television shows. Rafn was known for his strong performances and versatility, often playing complex and nuanced characters on screen. He starred in several popular Danish films, including "Det Sande Ansigt" (The True Face) and "Manden der tænkte ting" (The Man Who Thought Things). Rafn was also a successful stage actor, appearing in numerous productions in Denmark and other parts of Europe. In addition to his acting work, he was also a noted director and screenwriter, and wrote several plays and screenplays during his career. Rafn received numerous honors and awards for his contributions to Danish theater and film, and is widely regarded as one of Denmark's greatest actors of all time.
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Louis Miehe-Renard (April 11, 1919 Copenhagen-January 21, 1997 Denmark) also known as Louis Meihe Renard or Louis Christian Miehe-Renard was a Danish actor. He had five children, Isabella Miehe-Renard, Martin Miehe-Renard, Pierre Miehe-Renard, Katja Miehe-Renard and Anja Miehe-Renard.
Louis Miehe-Renard began his career in the Danish theatre and made his film debut in the 1941 Danish film "Sørensen og Rasmussen". He was a popular actor in Denmark during the 1940s and 1950s, known for his roles in films such as "Lise kommer til Byen" (1951), "Café Paradis" (1950) and "Familien Schmidt" (1951).
In addition to his work as an actor, Miehe-Renard was also a director and screenwriter. He directed his first film, "Tre piger i Paris", in 1960 and went on to direct several more films, including "Dyden går amok" (1961) and "Hvad med os?" (1964).
Miehe-Renard was married to actress Bodil Steen from 1944 until her death in 1972. He later married actress Lily Weiding in 1974.
In 1993, Miehe-Renard was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Dannebrog for his contributions to Danish theatre and film. He passed away in 1997 in Denmark at the age of 77.
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