Here are 16 famous actresses from Denmark were born in 1946:
Sisse Reingaard (September 23, 1946 Denmark-) a.k.a. Anne-Marie Reingaard is a Danish actor.
She was born in Horsens, Denmark and trained at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance in Copenhagen. Reingaard began her career in the 1960s and became a recognizable figure in Danish cinema during the 1970s and 80s. She has appeared in numerous television series and films such as "The Simple-Minded Murderer" (1982) and "Hans Christian Andersen: My Life as a Fairytale" (2003). In addition to her acting work, Reingaard has also worked as a voice-over artist, dubbing foreign films into Danish. She has received several awards for her work in the Danish entertainment industry, including the prestigious Nordic film award the Bodil Award for Best Actress.
Lykke Nielsen (June 22, 1946 Copenhagen-August 29, 2006 Copenhagen) also known as Emilie Lykke Nielsen or Lykke Emilie Nielsen was a Danish actor and writer. Her child is called Sebastian Klein.
Lykke Nielsen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on June 22, 1946. She began her acting career in the 1960s, working in both film and television, and quickly gained recognition for her talent. Throughout her career, she appeared in numerous popular Danish TV series and films, showcasing her versatility and range.
Nielsen also established herself as a successful writer, penning several books and screenplays. Her work was known for its humorous and satirical edge, and often tackled social and political issues. As both an actor and writer, Nielsen had a significant impact on Danish culture and entertainment.
Aside from her professional accomplishments, Nielsen was also a mother to her son, Sebastian Klein. She passed away on August 29, 2006 in Copenhagen, leaving behind a legacy as a respected and beloved figure in Danish film and television.
Margrethe Koytu (June 28, 1946 Gladsaxe Municipality-) also known as Margrethe Koyto is a Danish actor and voice actor.
Margrethe Koytu began her acting career in 1973, appearing in various stage productions in Denmark. She later ventured into film acting, appearing in movies such as "Balladen om Carl-Henning" and "The Perfect Murder". Margrethe has also worked extensively as a voice actor, lending her voice to numerous Danish dubs of foreign films and TV shows. She is best known for providing the Danish voice for iconic characters such as Daisy Duck in Disney productions and Wanda in the popular children's show "The Fairly OddParents". In addition to her acting work, Margrethe has also taught at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance. She has received critical acclaim for her contributions to Danish theatre and film, and has been honored with several awards and nominations throughout her career.
Helle Nielsen (June 22, 1946 Copenhagen-) is a Danish actor.
She started her career on the stage, performing in various theaters in Denmark. Nielsen gained recognition in the film industry for her roles in "The Condemned" (1976) and "A Matter of Time" (1978). She also appeared in the television series "Taxa" (1997-1999) and "The Spiral" (2005-2006). In addition to her acting career, Nielsen has also been a voice-over artist for several Danish films and TV shows. Outside of her professional life, she is known for her activism and advocacy work in environmental and social justice causes.
Pernille Grumme (October 24, 1946 Denmark-) is a Danish actor.
Born and raised in Denmark, Pernille Grumme is a popular Danish actor who has won hearts with her stunning performances in numerous movies and TV series. She started her acting career in the early 1970s and has since appeared in many critically acclaimed productions. Apart from her acting career, Pernille has also been an active participant in various social projects and has been associated with several charities. She has won several awards for her contributions to the entertainment industry and is considered a prominent figure in Danish cinema. In her free time, Pernille enjoys reading books, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Yutte Stensgaard (May 14, 1946 Thisted-) also known as Jytte Stensgaard, Yutte or "Yutte" Stensgaard is a Danish actor and model. Her child is called Sten Kerwin.
Stensgaard is best known for her role as Carmilla in the 1971 Hammer Horror film "Lust for a Vampire". She began her career as a model before transitioning to acting. After "Lust for a Vampire", she appeared in a handful of other films and television shows, including "American Gothic" and "The Onedin Line". In the 1980s, she largely retired from acting and focused on raising her son. However, she has made a few appearances at horror movie conventions in recent years, delighting fans who remember her iconic performance in "Lust for a Vampire". Stensgaard's striking looks and captivating presence on screen have ensured her enduring popularity among cult cinema enthusiasts.
Gitte Hænning (June 29, 1946 Aarhus-) also known as Gitte Haenning-Johansson, Gitte Hänning, Gitte Haenning, Gitte Henning, Gitte or Hænning, Gitte is a Danish actor, singer and performer.
She was born into a musical family and began her career as a child actress in Danish films before transitioning to music in the 1960s. Hænning released her first single "Ich will 'nen Cowboy als Mann" in 1963 which became an instant hit both in Germany and Denmark, and launched her to fame across Europe. She went on to record and release numerous successful albums in both Danish and German languages. Hænning has also acted in several TV shows and films, and has appeared on stage in musicals such as "Cabaret" and "Chicago". Throughout her career, she has won several awards including the Grand Prix Afrique du Soleil and a lifetime achievement award from the German recording industry.
Anne Marie Helger (February 12, 1946 Charlottenlund-) is a Danish actor, voice actor and screenwriter.
She is best known for her role in the Danish television series "Matador" where she played the character of Maude Varnæs. Helger began her acting career in the early 1970s and has since appeared in many films and television productions, including "The Kingdom" and "The Killing". In addition to acting, she has also worked as a screenwriter and co-wrote the 1983 film "Midt om natten" with director Erik Balling. Helger has been honored with several awards for her contributions to Danish culture and entertainment, including the prestigious Order of Dannebrog in 2000.
Inger Hovman (June 9, 1946 Denmark-) also known as Inger Hovmann is a Danish actor. Her children are called Marie Ingerslev and Persille Ingerslev.
Inger Hovman began her acting career in the mid-1960s, performing in various stage productions across Denmark, including the Royal Danish Theatre. She made her on-screen debut in 1975, starring in the Danish television series "Matador", which was hugely popular in Denmark and remains a beloved classic to this day. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Hovman continued to act in numerous films and television series in Denmark, establishing herself as a well-respected and accomplished actor.
In addition to her acting work, Hovman has also been involved in various political and social causes throughout her life. She has been an advocate for women's rights, environmentalism, and animal rights, and has supported a number of charities and organizations in Denmark and beyond. In 2013, Hovman was awarded the Order of the Dannebrog by the Queen of Denmark for her contributions to Danish culture and society.
Lise Schrøder (October 8, 1946-) is a Danish actor.
She was born in Horsens, Denmark, and started her acting career on stage at the Aarhus Theatre in the late 1960s. Schrøder gained widespread recognition in Denmark in the 1980s and 1990s for her roles in popular TV series and films such as "Matador" and "The Kingdom". She has won several awards for her acting, including the Best Leading Actress award at the Bodil Awards in 1995. In addition to her work in film and television, Schrøder has also been active in theater, working with esteemed Danish theater companies such as the Royal Danish Theatre and The Royal Danish Playhouse, and has also directed plays. She is considered one of the most respected actors in Danish theater and film.
Tine Schmedes (September 4, 1946 Frederiksberg-) is a Danish actor and writer.
She graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre in 1970 and began her professional career as an actor in 1971. Schmedes has worked extensively in Danish theater, film, and television, appearing in productions such as "The Legacy" and "The Killing". She has also lent her voice to several audiobooks and dubbing projects.
In addition to her acting career, Schmedes is also a published writer. She has written several plays, books, and screenplays, including the award-winning play "Fiat" and the children's book "Krispijn and the Golden Reindeer". Schmedes has received numerous awards and honors throughout her career, including the Danish Film Academy's Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2005.
Outside of her artistic pursuits, Schmedes is also known for her environmental activism. She is an advocate for sustainable living and has been actively involved in various conservation campaigns.
Ulla Asbjørn Andersen (July 13, 1946-) also known as Ulla Benedikte Asbjørn Andersen is a Danish actor.
She was born in Frederiksberg, Denmark and trained as an actor at Aarhus Teater in the 1960s. Ulla Andersen has appeared in numerous Danish films and television series, including "Matador," "Borgen," and "The Killing." She is also a highly acclaimed stage actor, having performed at some of Denmark's most renowned theatres such as The Royal Danish Theatre, Aarhus Teater, and Østre Gasværk Teater. Ulla Andersen is known for her distinctive voice, and has also lent her voice to several audiobooks and voiceover acting. In addition to her acting work, she is also an accomplished painter and sculptor.
Lisbet Dahl (April 9, 1946 Copenhagen-) also known as Lisbeth Dahl is a Danish actor and film director. Her children are called Louise Bjerregaard, Jacob Dahl, Martine Dahl, Elisabeth Møller-Holst and Gustav Wolter.
Lisbet Dahl began her acting career in the 1960s appearing in Danish films and television shows. She gained international recognition in 1985 for her role in the film "Babette's Feast", which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Dahl has also directed several films and television shows in Denmark, including "Oh Happy Day" and "The Last Fleksnes".
In addition to her work in film and television, Dahl is also an accomplished stage actress and has appeared in numerous productions in Denmark and internationally. She has won several awards for her stage work, including the Reumert Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2005.
Outside of her career in the arts, Dahl is also known for her outspoken political views and activism. She has been a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has served as the chairperson of the Danish AIDS Foundation. Dahl is also a published author, with several books to her credit.
Helle Merete Sørensen (February 21, 1946 Denmark-) also known as Helle Merete Jensen is a Danish actor.
She began her acting career in the late 1960s and has since then appeared in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions. Some of her notable performances include her role as Mrs. Drusse in the 1987 film "Babettes gæstebud" (Babette's Feast) and as Karen in the 1980 film "The Boys from St. Petri". She has also played leading roles in Danish television series such as "Matador" and "Krøniken", both critically acclaimed dramas. In addition to her acting career, Sørensen is also known for her work as a voice actor and has provided voices for various Danish dubs of foreign films and television shows. She is considered one of Denmark's most respected and talented actors.
Ulla Neumann (September 2, 1946 Copenhagen-) a.k.a. Geschwister Neumann or Sniff is a Danish actor.
Ulla Neumann is best known for her work as an actress in Danish films and television programs. She started her acting career in the 1960s and since then has appeared in several Danish films and TV shows. She has gained critical acclaim for her performances in movies such as 'Hunger', 'Kilroy Was Here', and 'The Celebration'. In addition to her acting career, she has also worked as a theater director and producer, as well as taught acting at the National Danish School of Theatre. Ulla Neumann has received numerous awards throughout her career, including the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog in 2000 for her contribution to Danish theatre and film.
Merete Voldstedlund (February 8, 1946 Denmark-) is a Danish actor.
She was born in Sorø, Denmark and studied at the National Theatre School in Copenhagen. Voldstedlund began her career in the 1960s and has appeared in both film and television roles. She is known for her work in "Red Sonja" (1985), "Aberne og det hemmelige våben" (1995), and "Edderkoppen" (2000). Outside of acting, Voldstedlund has also worked as a translator and as a teacher at the National Theatre School. In 1994, she was awarded the Ole Haslunds Art Prize for her contributions to Danish theatre.