Danish movie stars died in 1991

Here are 2 famous actresses from Denmark died in 1991:

Tove Wisborg

Tove Wisborg (December 15, 1936 Denmark-April 23, 1991 Denmark) also known as Tove Erichsen was a Danish actor.

She is best known for her role in the 1978 film "Strømer" and the 1987 TV series "Matador," in which she played the character of Maude Varnæs. Wisborg began her acting career in the 1960s and appeared in a number of Danish films and television series throughout the following decades. In addition to her work as an actor, Wisborg was also involved in theater and worked as a drama teacher at the National Danish School of Theatre. She was widely regarded as one of Denmark's most talented actors and received numerous awards for her performances. Wisborg passed away in 1991 at the age of 54.

In 1957, Tove Wisborg married the Danish actor Erik Mørk, and they had two children, Kasper and Rasmus Mørk. Her son Kasper Mørk also became an actor, following in his mother's footsteps. During her lifetime, Wisborg appeared in over 40 films and television shows, including the Danish TV series "Kald mig Liva" and the film "Tintomara." She was known for her versatility as an actor and her ability to play both dramatic and comedic roles. Wisborg was highly respected in the Danish film and theatre industry and her legacy continues to inspire young actors in Denmark.

Hanne Winther-Jørgensen

Hanne Winther-Jørgensen (April 1, 1935 Copenhagen-June 17, 1991 Denmark) was a Danish actor.

She began her career in acting during the 1950s, appearing in several Danish films such as "Det lille hotel" in 1958 and "Søskende" in 1966. Hanne also acted in a few theatrical productions throughout her career, including "Festen" at the Royal Danish Theatre. In addition to her work in film and theater, she also appeared on Danish television programs. Hanne was known for her versatility as an actor and her ability to portray both comedic and dramatic roles with ease. Her legacy lives on as one of the most prominent actresses in Danish film history.

Hanne Winther-Jørgensen was born in Copenhagen and grew up in a creative family. Her father was a composer and her mother was a lyricist. She initially pursued a career in journalism and worked as a trainee at the Danish newspaper Information. However, her passion for acting led her to attend drama school in Copenhagen.

In 1957, she made her film debut in the movie "Kispus" and soon became a sought-after actress in Danish cinema. Some of her notable film appearances include "Mig og Charly" (1978), "Rend mig i traditionerne" (1979), and "Pigen, der ikke kunne græde" (1993), which was released posthumously. Hanne was particularly known for her collaborations with the director Henning Carlsen, which led to several critically acclaimed films such as "The Cats" (1965) and "People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart" (1967).

Apart from her acting career, Hanne was a vocal advocate for gender equality in the Danish film industry. In the late 1970s, she co-founded the organization "Kvindeligt Filmarbejder Forbund" (Women's Film Workers Union), which aimed to promote equal opportunities for women in the film industry.

Hanne Winther-Jørgensen died in 1991 at the age of 56 from cancer. She was widely mourned in Denmark, and her contribution to Danish cinema was recognized with a posthumous Bodil Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Pigen, der ikke kunne græde".

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