Norwegian movie stars died at 78

Here are 3 famous actors from Norway died at 78:

Georg Adelly

Georg Adelly (October 19, 1919 Vardal-October 26, 1997 Gothenburg) also known as George Adelly or Georg Ingvald Adelly was a Norwegian actor. He had one child, Björn Adelly.

Georg Adelly began his acting career in the 1940s and went on to become a prominent figure in the Norwegian theater and film industry. He appeared in several Norwegian films, including "The Master of Hestviken" (1951) and "The Pathfinder" (1952). Adelly also worked as a theater director, and he was involved in the founding of the Rogaland Theater in Stavanger.

In addition to his work in the arts, Adelly was also politically active. He served as a member of the Norwegian Labour Party, and he was involved in various social and political causes throughout his life.

After his death in 1997, Adelly was remembered as a respected and influential figure in Norwegian culture. His contributions to Norwegian theater and film are still celebrated today.

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Lars Andreas Larssen

Lars Andreas Larssen (March 27, 1935 Melbu-January 29, 2014 Oslo) also known as Lars Larsen was a Norwegian actor. His children are called Vetle Lid Larssen, Gaute Lid Larssen and Lars Larssen Naumann.

He died caused by alzheimer's disease.

Lars Larsen was born in Melbu, a small village on the island of Hadseløya in Nordland, Norway. He made his debut in the 1962 film "Jakten" and quickly became a prominent figure in Norwegian film and television. He is best known for his roles in "Hustruer" (1975), "Offshore" (1977), and "Ute av drift" (1985).

Aside from his acting career, Larsen was also an accomplished stage actor, appearing in plays at the Norwegian Theatre, Oslo Nye Teater, and Rogaland Teater. He was also a director, having directed numerous productions for Riksteatret, a touring theater company.

In addition to his artistic endeavors, Larsen was actively involved in politics, particularly in the Socialist Left Party. He served as a member of the Oslo city council from 1987 to 1991.

Lars Larsen was married twice in his lifetime, first to actress and singer Wenche Myhre and later to actress Kari Simonsen. He is survived by his three children and his legacy as a talented actor and director in Norwegian film and theater.

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Egil Eide

Egil Eide (August 24, 1868 Haugesund-December 13, 1946 Haugesund) otherwise known as Egil Naess Eide was a Norwegian film director and actor.

He had a career spanning over two decades, during which he directed and acted in numerous silent films. Eide started his career as an actor, appearing in small roles in various stage productions. In 1909, he ventured into filmmaking and directed his first film, "Fiskerlivets farer". His other notable works include "Jens von Bustenskjold", "Fantomets arv", and "David Copperfield". Eide was known for his unique style of storytelling and his ability to bring out the best in his actors. He was a prolific filmmaker and directed over 40 films in his career. Despite his success as a director, Eide struggled financially throughout his life and died in relative obscurity.

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