Danish movie stars died in 1981

Here are 4 famous actresses from Denmark died in 1981:

Ellen Gottschalch

Ellen Gottschalch (May 2, 1894 Brønderslev-February 17, 1981 Copenhagen) also known as Ellen Sofie Kathrine Gottschalch, Ellen Holm, Ellen Sofie Kathrine Holm or Gottschalch, Ellen was a Danish actor. Her children are called Hans Henrik Gottschalch and Jesper Gottschalch.

Ellen Gottschalch started her acting career in 1915 with the touring theatre company of Oda Nielsen. She then joined the Royal Danish Theatre where she became a leading actress in 1924. Gottschalch appeared in numerous stage productions, including plays by Shakespeare, Ibsen, and Strindberg.

In addition to her successful stage career, Gottschalch also appeared in several Danish films, including "Klokkeren fra Notre Dame" (1923), "Danskere" (1938), and "Vi som går køkkenvejen" (1957). She was awarded the Tagea Brandt Rejselegat in 1960 and the Ingenio et Arti medal in 1976 for her contributions to Danish theatre and film.

Gottschalch was married to the Danish composer Knudåge Riisager for 27 years until his death in 1974. She passed away in 1981 at the age of 86 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Ellen Jansø

Ellen Jansø (July 2, 1907 Denmark-December 30, 1981 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

She appeared in many films and plays throughout her career and is best known for her role in the Danish film "Ditte Menneskebarn" (Ditte, Child of Man). Jansø studied at the Royal Danish Theatre and made her stage debut in 1933. She went on to perform in various theaters across Denmark and also made appearances in Scandinavian and German films. In the 1950s, Jansø became a leading actress at the Royal Danish Theatre, where she remained until her retirement in 1976. She received numerous awards and accolades throughout her career, including the Order of the Dannebrog.

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Randi Michelsen

Randi Michelsen (February 20, 1903 Copenhagen-August 12, 1981 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

Randi Michelsen became one of Denmark's most beloved actresses during her time, particularly due to her work in the theater. She received her education in acting from "Det Kongelige Teater" (The Royal Theatre) in Copenhagen, which helped her get a good start in her career. Randi Michelsen's popularity as an actress also extended to the big screen where she delivered outstanding performances in various films. Throughout her career, she received numerous accolades and awards for her contributions to Danish theater and film. Today, she is remembered as one of the most talented actresses in Danish history.

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Jessie Rindom

Jessie Rindom (October 4, 1903 Rostock-January 8, 1981 Copenhagen) also known as Jessie Lauring was a Danish actor. She had one child, Bertel Lauring.

Rindom began her acting career in silent films in the 1920s and later transitioned to talkies, becoming one of Denmark's most popular film actresses. She also had a successful stage career, performing in productions at Det Ny Teater and the Royal Danish Theatre. Along with her work on stage and film, Rindom was also a talented writer and published several books, including memoirs and a novel. She was known for her wit and humor, both on and off screen. In 1950, she received the Ingenio et Arti medal for her contributions to Danish entertainment.

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