Norwegian movie stars died in 1976

Here are 2 famous actors from Norway died in 1976:

Edvard Drabløs

Edvard Drabløs (April 1, 1883 Sykkylven-April 29, 1976 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor and theatre director.

He began his acting career in 1908, and quickly gained recognition in the Norwegian theatre scene. He was known for his versatility and range, playing both comedic and serious roles. In addition to acting, Drabløs was also an accomplished theatre director, and directed numerous productions throughout his career. He was one of the founding members of the Norwegian Actors' Equity Association, and worked tirelessly to improve the working conditions and rights of actors in Norway. Despite retiring from acting in the 1940s, Drabløs remained active in the theatre community until his death in 1976. He is remembered as a pioneer of Norwegian theatre and a trailblazer for actors' rights.

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Arvid Nilssen

Arvid Nilssen (December 25, 1913 Alvdal-March 24, 1976 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.

Born in Alvdal, Norway, Nilssen began his acting career in the early 1930s, performing on stage and in films. He gained recognition for his dramatic roles and worked with prominent directors in the Norwegian film industry. In 1940, during World War II, Nilssen was arrested by the German occupation forces and spent several years in captivity. After his release, he returned to his acting career and continued to appear in films and on television until his death in 1976. Throughout his career, Nilssen was known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to portray complex characters with depth and nuance.

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