Norwegian movie stars died in 1997

Here are 3 famous actors from Norway died in 1997:

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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Jon Lennart Mjøen

Jon Lennart Mjøen (October 22, 1912 Oslo-January 3, 1997 Oslo) was a Norwegian screenwriter, film director and actor. His child is called Lars Mjøen.

Jon Lennart Mjøen began his career in acting in the 1930s, appearing in various films and theater productions. He later transitioned into screenwriting and directing and became one of Norway's most prominent filmmakers in the 1940s and 1950s. Mjøen's films often explored social issues and were known for their humor and humanism. Some of his notable works include "Vi Gifter Oss," "Bussen," and "Fjols til Fjells." In addition to his film work, Mjøen also worked in television and was a founding member of the Norwegian Film Institute. He was awarded the Order of Saint Olav in 1982 for his contributions to Norwegian culture.

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Alf Malland

Alf Malland (January 24, 1917 Bergen-August 16, 1997) otherwise known as (Alfonse) Alf Mjølner Malland, Alfonse Mjølner Malland, Alf Mjølner Malland or Mjølner Hansen was a Norwegian actor and screenwriter.

He began his career in acting during the 1930s and took on his first screenwriting job in 1943. Malland is known for his roles in Norwegian films such as "Maria Marusjka" (1958), "Toya" (1960) and "People Meet and Sweet Music Fills the Heart" (1967). He also appeared in several stage productions during his career. Malland was awarded the Norwegian honorary award, St. Olav's Medal for his contributions to Norwegian culture in 1993. He passed away in 1997 at the age of 80.

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