Norwegian movie stars died in 1974

Here are 2 famous actors from Norway died in 1974:

Leif Amble-Næss

Leif Amble-Næss (May 8, 1896 Bjarkøy-January 18, 1974 Bromma) also known as Leif Amble-Naess was a Norwegian actor. He had one child, Lars Amble.

Leif Amble-Næss began his acting career in Norway in the 1920s and was known for his work on stage and in films. He appeared in popular Norwegian films such as "Brudeferden i Hardanger" (The Bridal Procession in Hardanger) (1926) and "Mandalay" (1935). Amble-Næss also worked as a screenwriter and director. He moved to Sweden in the 1940s and continued his acting career there. Amble-Næss was married twice, first to actress Inga Tidblad and later to actress Margit Andelius. In addition to his successful acting career, he was also a respected theatre director and helped establish the National Theatre in Bergen, Norway. He was awarded the King's Medal of Merit in gold for his contributions to Norwegian culture.

Carl Struve

Carl Struve (April 12, 1887 Halden-November 26, 1974 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor.

Struve was known for his exceptional acting skills and his contributions to the Norwegian theatre and film industry. He trained as an actor in Germany and later returned to Norway to become a member of the National Theatre in Oslo. Struve appeared in over 40 films throughout his career and is remembered for his roles in classics such as "The Wayward Girl" (1932) and "The Troll Hunter's Bride" (1920). Struve was also a pioneer in the Norwegian broadcasting industry, becoming one of the first actors to perform on the country's newly established radio station. He was awarded the Order of St. Olav in 1962 for his contributions to Norwegian culture.

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