Danish movie stars died in Liver failure

Here are 1 famous actors from Denmark died in Liver failure:

Frits Helmuth

Frits Helmuth (July 3, 1931 Copenhagen-December 12, 2004 Copenhagen) was a Danish actor. His children are called Pusle Helmuth, Mikael Helmuth, Katrine Helmuth, Kristian Helmuth and Anne-Marie Helmuth.

Frits Helmuth started his acting career at the age of 18, joining the Royal Danish Theatre in 1949. He went on to become one of Denmark's most beloved actors, with a career spanning over 50 years. He was particularly recognized for his work in theatre, but also had a successful career in film and television.

Helmuth appeared in over 70 Danish films, including Christian Braad Thomsen's award-winning feature film "Weekend" (1962), and Henning Carlsen's "The Hunger" (1966), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. He also starred in many television productions, including the popular Danish TV series Matador (1978-1981).

Throughout his career, Helmuth received many awards and honours, including the Danish Film Academy's Robert Award for Best Supporting Actor three times. He was also awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog in 1978, and the Order of the Dannebrog in 1985.

Frits Helmuth was married to the Danish actress Inge Sofie Skovbo, with whom he had five children. He continued acting until his death in 2004, aged 73.

Read more about Frits Helmuth on Wikipedia »

Related articles