Danish movie stars born in 1965

Here are 8 famous actresses from Denmark were born in 1965:

Connie Nielsen

Connie Nielsen (July 3, 1965 Frederikshavn-) also known as Connie Inge-Lise Nielsen or Connie Nielson is a Danish actor. Her children are called Bryce Thadeus Ulrich-Nielsen and Sebastian Sartor.

Nielsen made her acting debut in the Danish film "Vacation with a Vampire" in 1990. She later gained international recognition for her portrayal of Lucilla in the 2000 epic historical drama, "Gladiator". Some of her other notable film credits include "One Hour Photo", "Wonder Woman", and "Nymphomaniac".

Aside from her film work, Nielsen has also appeared in several television series such as "The Following" and "The Good Wife". She is known for her philanthropic efforts and has worked with charities such as "Doctors Without Borders" and "Save the Children".

Nielsen has been nominated for various awards throughout her career, including a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Gladiator". She continues to work in the film and television industry, and in 2020, she starred in the HBO series "I Know This Much Is True".

Ann Eleonora Jørgensen

Ann Eleonora Jørgensen (October 16, 1965 Hjørring-) a.k.a. Ann Eleanora Jørgensen is a Danish actor.

She is best known for her roles in the Danish series "The Killing" and the film "In a Better World", which won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2011. Jørgensen has also appeared in numerous other films and television shows throughout her career, including "The Bridge", "The Legacy", and "The Hunt". In addition to her screen work, Jørgensen has also acted on stage and is a member of the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen.

Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis

Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis (November 21, 1965 Herning-) a.k.a. Anne Grethe Bjarup Riis is a Danish actor, screenwriter and film director.

She is best known for her roles in movies like "Klassefesten" (2011), "Forbrydelsen" (2007), "Den som dræber" (2011), and "Kærestesorger" (2009). Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis started her career as an actor in the early 1990s and has since then established herself as one of Denmark's most versatile performers. In addition to her work in films and television, she has also written screenplays and directed several short films. Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis is a graduate of the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance and has won several awards for her work in the performing arts. Outside of her professional life, she is actively involved in various social causes and has served as an ambassador for UNICEF Denmark.

Helle Dolleris

Helle Dolleris (August 5, 1965 Aabybro-) a.k.a. Helle Charlotte Dolleris, Helle Dories or Emmas Dilemma is a Danish actor and screenwriter.

She started her acting career in 1987 with her role in the Danish television series "Matador". Since then, she has appeared in numerous television shows, movies and theatrical productions in Denmark, including the highly acclaimed "Killing" series. Apart from acting, Dolleris has also written and directed several plays and films, including the award-winning "Emma's Dilemma".

In 2017, Dolleris was appointed as the director of the Royal Danish Theatre, making her the first woman to hold the position. She has also received several acting awards throughout her career, including the Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2000 and the Reumert Prize for Best Leading Actress in a Musical in 2009.

Dolleris is also an advocate for mental health and is actively involved in raising awareness and support for those struggling with mental illness. She has been open about her own struggles with anxiety and depression and has spoken publicly about the importance of seeking help and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health.

Mette Horn

Mette Horn (January 11, 1965 Charlottenlund-) also known as Mette Agnete Horn, Mette Agnethe Horn Christensen, Mette Agnethe Horn, Emmas Dilemma or Mette A. Horn is a Danish actor and screenwriter.

She studied acting at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance and has since then appeared in numerous Danish films, television shows, and theater productions.

Horn is best known for her role as Emma in the popular Danish TV series "Emma's Dilemma". She has also starred in films such as "The Celebration" (1998), "Italian for Beginners" (2000), and "Love Is All You Need" (2012).

Apart from acting, Horn has also worked as a screenwriter and has written several scripts for Danish television shows such as the crime drama "The Killing" and the comedy series "Klovn".

In 2012, she was awarded the Lauritzen Award for her outstanding contribution to Danish film and television.

Helene Egelund

Helene Egelund (February 16, 1965 Denmark-) is a Danish actor.

She is best known for her work in Danish television series and films. Egelund began her acting career in the late 1980s and quickly became a familiar face on Danish screens. Her notable film credits include " Krummerne" (1991), "Blinkende lygter" (2000) and "En kort en lang" (2001). In addition to her successful film career, Egelund has also appeared in several popular television series, including "Ørnen: En krimi-odyssé" and "Borgen". Her talent as an actor has been recognized with several award nominations over the years, including a nomination for a Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Blinkende lygter". Egelund continues to act in film and television, and remains one of Denmark's most respected actresses.

Laura Kamis Wrang

Laura Kamis Wrang (June 30, 1965 Denmark-) also known as Laura Justine Kamis Vrang, Laura J.K. Wrang or Laura Wrang is a Danish actor.

She graduated from The Danish National School of Theatre in 1994 and went on to perform on stage and screen. Wrang has appeared in several popular Danish TV series such as "The Killing", "Borgen" and "The Bridge". She has also starred in a number of films, including "The Hunt" and "The Absent One". In addition to her acting career, Wrang is also a voice actor and has lent her voice to several video games and animated films. Wrang has received critical acclaim for her work and has been nominated for several awards, including the Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress. She continues to be an active member of the Danish acting community.

Andrea Vagn Jensen

Andrea Vagn Jensen (August 22, 1965 Odder-) a.k.a. Andrea Jensen or Chalotte Vagn Jensen is a Danish actor. She has two children, Harald Toksværd and Felix Toksværd.

Andrea Vagn Jensen made her breakthrough in the Danish TV series "Taxa" (1997-1999) and went on to star in other popular TV shows such as "Strisser på Samsø" (1997-1998) and "Krøniken" (2004-2007). She has also appeared in a number of films including "Mifune" (1999), "Shake It" (2001), and "Camp 22" (2010). Her work has garnered her critical praise and numerous awards, including the Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Mifune" and the Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in "Shake It". Outside of her acting career, Jensen has been involved in political activism and is a member of the Danish political party Enhedslisten.

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