Danish movie stars died at 79

Here are 2 famous actresses from Denmark died at 79:

Agnes Rehni

Agnes Rehni (May 24, 1887 Maribo-November 3, 1966 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

Agnes Rehni began her acting career in the early 1900s and appeared in numerous Danish films throughout her career. She was known for her versatility and ability to play both dramatic and comedic roles. Rehni's notable films include "The Stronger Sex" (1911), "The Good-for-Nothing" (1915), and "Hans Store Aften" (1926). She also appeared in plays at various theaters in Copenhagen. In addition to her acting career, Rehni was a well-known feminist and advocate for women's rights in Denmark. She often used her platform as an actress to speak out against gender inequality and promote social justice.

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Birgitte Federspiel

Birgitte Federspiel (September 6, 1925 Copenhagen-February 2, 2005 Odense) was a Danish actor. She had one child, Annegine Federspiel.

Birgitte Federspiel was well-known for her work in theatre, television, and film. She began her acting career in the 1940s and quickly gained recognition for her talent. She appeared in a number of productions at the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen and later became a member of the Royal Theatre company.

In addition to her work in theatre, Birgitte Federspiel appeared in numerous films and television series throughout her career. Some of her notable film credits include "Babette's Feast" (1987), "Ordet" (1955), and "The Red Mantle" (1967).

Birgitte Federspiel was also a respected voice actress and dubbed the voice of Julie Andrews in the Danish versions of "Mary Poppins" and "The Sound of Music."

Throughout her career, Birgitte Federspiel received many accolades for her work, including several Bodil Awards (the Danish equivalent of the Oscars) and the Lauritzen Award, which is considered one of Denmark's highest honors in the performing arts.

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