Danish movie stars born in 1910

Here are 6 famous actresses from Denmark were born in 1910:

Berthe Qvistgaard

Berthe Qvistgaard (August 11, 1910 Denmark-October 24, 1999 Denmark) also known as Berthe Qvistgård, Berte Qvistgaard or Berthe Viola von Rehling Qvistgaard was a Danish actor.

She was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, to a family of actors and began her career as a stage actress in the early 1930s. Qvistgaard's first film appearance came in Ole Olsen's 1932 comedy "Sylfiden går i land", and she went on to make more than 50 films throughout her career. She was known for her roles in Danish comedies and dramas, including "Kampen mod uretten" (1949), "Den store gavtyv" (1956), "Pigen og vandpytten" (1958), and "Tre piger fra Jylland" (1957). In addition to her acting career, Qvistgaard was also a singer and appeared in several musical revues in Denmark. She retired from acting in the 1960s but remained active in the Danish theatre scene until her death in 1999.

Else Petersen

Else Petersen (April 26, 1910 Denmark-August 28, 2002 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

She was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and started her acting career at the age of 23. Petersen worked primarily in theater but also appeared in several Danish films throughout her career. She was known for her versatile acting skills and ability to portray a wide range of characters on stage and screen. One of her most notable performances was in the play "The Wild Duck" by Henrik Ibsen. Petersen was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog in 1993 for her contributions to Danish theater and film. After a long and successful career, she passed away in 2002 at the age of 92.

Solveig Sundborg

Solveig Sundborg (March 14, 1910 Copenhagen-July 22, 2002 Denmark) also known as Solveig Augusta Maria Sundborg was a Danish actor.

She initially worked as an opera singer and a music teacher but eventually found her calling in acting. Sundborg appeared in more than 30 Danish films, including " Vi kunne ha' det saa rart" (1942), "En sømand går i land" (1948), and "Det store løb" (1952). She also worked in theater and radio dramas. Sundborg was a member of the Royal Danish Theatre's ensemble from 1963 to 1980. In addition to her acting career, she was known for her philanthropy and support for the arts. She established a foundation to provide scholarships for young actors and helped establish a theater in her hometown of Copenhagen.

Blanche Funch

Blanche Funch (June 11, 1910 Copenhagen-January 28, 1989 Denmark) a.k.a. Blanche Maria Adelaide Funch was a Danish actor.

She began her acting career in the 1930s and starred in several Danish films. Her notable film appearances include "Kampen stiger" (1939), "Bussen" (1963), and "Forelsket i København" (1960). Funch was also recognized for her stage performances and was a member of the Royal Danish Theatre. She received the prestigious Knighthood of the Order of the Dannebrog in recognition of her contributions to Danish acting. In addition to her acting career, Funch was a peace activist and worked towards nuclear disarmament. She was married to the Danish actor, Per Buckhøj.

Tudlik Johansen

Tudlik Johansen (November 2, 1910 Copenhagen-October 10, 1969) was a Danish actor.

He started his acting career in the Danish film industry in the 1930s and appeared in over 50 films throughout his career, including silent films, talkies, and color films. Johansen was a versatile actor, and his roles ranged from leading men and supporting characters to villains and comedic roles. He was admired for his ability to portray a variety of characters convincingly.

In addition to his work in films, Johansen also acted in theater productions in Denmark. He was a respected stage actor and performed in productions of classic plays such as Hamlet and Oedipus Rex.

Johansen’s talent was recognized internationally, and he received critical acclaim for his performance in the film “The Red Mantle” in 1967, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Sadly, Johansen died in 1969 at the age of 59 due to a heart attack. He is remembered as one of the most talented and versatile actors to come out of Denmark.

Betty Söderberg

Betty Söderberg (November 6, 1910 Munich-October 27, 1993 Denmark) was a Danish actor. Her children are called Henrik Stangerup and Helle Stangerup.

Betty Söderberg was born to a Swedish father and German mother in Munich, Germany in 1910. She grew up in Sweden and later moved to Denmark, where she started her acting career. Söderberg made her debut on the stage in 1934 and went on to become a renowned stage and film actor in Denmark. She appeared in numerous plays at the Royal Danish Theatre and other theatres in Copenhagen. In addition to her work on stage, Söderberg also appeared in many films and television series, including the popular TV series "Matador". She was known for her versatility as an actor and for her ability to convey complex emotions through her performances. Söderberg was married twice, first to the Danish composer Otto Mortensen and later to the Danish writer and journalist Poul Stangerup. She passed away in Denmark in 1993 at the age of 82.

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