Norwegian movie stars died in 1977

Here are 3 famous actors from Norway died in 1977:

Birger Løvaas

Birger Løvaas (November 17, 2014 Norway-June 5, 1977 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.

He was known for his versatile acting skills and appeared in several critically acclaimed films and theater productions. Løvaas started his acting career in the early 1940s and gained popularity for his role in the 1943 film "Tørres Snørtevold". He went on to become a sought-after actor in Norway, appearing in hit movies like "Samvittighetens Røst" (1951) and "Brødrene Dal og Spektralsteinene" (1982).

Apart from his film career, Løvaas was also an accomplished stage actor, performing in several theater productions throughout his career. He was associated with the Norwegian National Theatre for many years, where he played various roles in productions of plays like "Hamlet", "Macbeth", and "Romeo and Juliet".

Løvaas received several accolades for his contribution to Norwegian cinema and theater, including the King's Medal of Merit in gold. Despite his success, he remained down-to-earth and dedicated to his craft until his death in 1977 at the age of 62.

Kristian Hefte

Kristian Hefte (April 28, 1905 Hallingdal-February 24, 1977 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.

He had a prolific career in Norwegian theater and film, appearing in over 30 films throughout his career. Hefte is best known for his performances in the films "Bør Børson Jr." (1938), "Tante Pose" (1940), and "Hjem går vi ikke" (1946). He specialized in comedic roles and was highly regarded for his ability to bring humor to his characters. In addition to his work on stage and screen, Hefte was also a voice actor and lent his voice to numerous radio plays and dubbing projects. He was a beloved figure in Norwegian entertainment and is considered one of the country's most important actors.

Leif Enger

Leif Enger (September 5, 1900 Oslo-November 17, 1977 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor.

He appeared in over 30 films during his career, including "The Big Farewell" and "A Flight to Sweden." In addition to his film work, Enger also acted on stage and was a noted theatrical performer in Norway. He was awarded the King's Medal of Merit for his contributions to Norwegian theater. Enger was married to actress Rønnaug Alten and they had two children together.

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