Here are 3 famous actresses from Denmark died in 2004:
Kate Mundt (January 9, 1930 Denmark-May 5, 2004 Denmark) was a Danish actor.
She was particularly known for her work in the Danish theater scene during the mid-twentieth century, appearing in numerous productions and earning critical acclaim for her performances. Mundt also appeared in a handful of films throughout her career, including the Danish film "Barbara" in 1953. In addition to her work on stage and screen, she was also a prominent voice actor, lending her voice to various radio plays and dubbing roles in foreign films. Mundt passed away in Denmark in 2004 at the age of 74.
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Grethe Holmer (January 12, 1924 Aarhus-October 13, 2004) was a Danish actor. She had one child, Kasper Wilton.
Holmer began her acting career in the 1940s and appeared in over 50 films throughout her career. She was known for her work in Danish films such as "Baronessen fra benzintanken" (1960) and "Een pige og 39 sømænd" (1965). Holmer was also a prolific stage actress and performed at theater companies such as the Royal Danish Theatre and the Aarhus Theatre. In addition to acting, she also wrote several plays and novels. Later in life, Holmer was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog for her contributions to Danish culture.
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Grethe Thordahl (December 11, 1926 Denmark-June 29, 2004 Denmark) also known as Grethe Marie Thordahl was a Danish actor.
She was born in Copenhagen and began her acting career in the 1950s. Thordahl appeared in numerous Danish films and television shows throughout her career, including “Støvsugerbanden” (1963), “Rend mig i traditionerne” (1979), and “Matador” (1978-1981). She was known for her versatility as an actress and played roles ranging from comedic to dramatic. Thordahl received critical acclaim for her performance in the film “Skygger i paradis” (1986). She was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Dannebrog for her contributions to Danish entertainment in 1977. Thordahl passed away in Copenhagen at the age of 77.
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