Danish movie stars born in 1974

Here are 7 famous actresses from Denmark were born in 1974:

Gry Bay

Gry Bay (August 15, 1974 Frederiksberg-) also known as Gry Wernberg Bay or Gry Wernberg Nisted Bay is a Danish actor and singer.

She is best known for her role in the explicit 2004 film "All About Anna," which gained international attention for its sexually explicit content. Gry Bay began her acting career in the late 1990s, primarily in Danish theatrical productions and television shows. She has also released several albums as a singer, with her music characterized by a mix of pop, rock, and electronic genres. In addition to her work in film and music, Bay has also worked as a model and has appeared in various advertising campaigns. Despite her controversial film role, she is highly respected within the Danish entertainment industry for her talent and versatility.

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Cecilie Thomsen

Cecilie Thomsen (October 29, 1974 Bogø-) a.k.a. Cecilia Thomsen is a Danish model and actor.

She began her modeling career at a young age and by the early 1990s was a well-known face in the Danish fashion scene. Cecilie Thomsen later transitioned to acting and is best known for her portrayal of Professor Inga Fossa in the James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies" in 1997. Thomsen has also appeared in several television shows and films, including "The Fairytaler", "The Enigma Machine", and "The Monuments Men". In addition, she has been involved in various charitable organizations and is an advocate for sustainable living.

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Sonja Richter

Sonja Richter (January 4, 1974 Esbjerg-) is a Danish actor.

She grew up in a family of performers, with her father being a musician and her mother being an actress. After graduating from high school, Richter studied acting at the Odense Theater and the Danish National School of Theatre. In 1996, she made her professional acting debut in the TV series Strisser på Samsø, and since then has appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and theater productions. Richter is best known for her work in Dogville (2003), Open Hearts (2002), and The Homesman (2014), among others. She has won several awards for her performances, including the Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Open Hearts.

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Mille Dinesen

Mille Dinesen (March 17, 1974 Denmark-) is a Danish actor.

She is best known for her leading role as the character Rita Madsen in the Danish television series "Rita", for which she won the Robert Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2013. Dinesen initially trained as a stage actor at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance, and later transitioned to film and television work. Alongside her acting career, she is also a trained yoga instructor and has published several articles and books on the topic. In addition to "Rita", Dinesen has appeared in a number of other Danish film and television productions, including "The Protectors" and "Se min kjole".

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Kira Eggers

Kira Eggers (November 29, 1974 Copenhagen-) also known as Kira is a Danish actor, film director and pornographic film actor.

Kira Eggers began her entertainment career as a model at the age of 17, but she quickly rose to fame as a well-known erotic and glamour model in Denmark. She then went on to become a successful adult film actress, director, and producer. In addition to her film work, Kira has also appeared in several Danish TV shows, including a stint as a host on the popular game show "The Price is Right." She has also written several books on health and wellness, and has been a frequent guest on Danish talk shows discussing her views on fitness and lifestyle. Despite her controversial career in the adult film industry, Kira has become a respected public figure in Denmark, and continues to be an active advocate for women's rights and sexual liberation.

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Little T

Little T (October 31, 1974 Copenhagen-June 24, 2007 Spanish Town) also known as Natasja, Natasja Saad, Dou T' or Li'l T was a Danish singer, actor and rapper.

She was born to a Danish father and a Sudanese mother, and grew up in Denmark. Little T became widely recognized for her work in reggae music, particularly in promoting and popularizing the genre in Denmark. She released multiple albums and singles, including the hit song "Calabria" which became an international success.

In addition to her successful music career, Little T also pursued acting, appearing in several films and television shows. She was known for her advocacy work for social justice and human rights, particularly for refugees and immigrants.

Tragically, her life was cut short when she was killed in a car accident while traveling in Jamaica in 2007. Despite her short life, Little T left a lasting impact on the music and cultural scene in Denmark and beyond.

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Laura Drasbaek

Laura Drasbaek (December 22, 1974 Nørrebro-) also known as Laura Drasbæk is a Danish actor. She has two children, Albert Drasbaek and Vilfred Drasbaek.

Laura Drasbaek graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre in 2000 and began her career on stage, appearing in productions like "The Glass Menagerie" and "Proof" at the Royal Danish Theatre. She made her screen debut in the 2004 film "In Your Hands" and has since appeared in numerous Danish films and TV series, including "The Killing", "Follow the Money", and "When the Dust Settles". Drasbaek has received critical acclaim for her performances in Danish cinema and was nominated for a Robert Award for Best Actress for her role in the 2016 film "The Day Will Come". In addition to her work as an actor, Drasbaek has also directed and written for the stage.

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