Norwegian movie stars died in 2014

Here are 3 famous actors from Norway died in 2014:

Pål Skjønberg

Pål Skjønberg (October 20, 1919 Stavanger-February 3, 2014 Oslo) a.k.a. Pål Bucher Skjønberg, Pål or Pål Eugen Bucher Skjønberg was a Norwegian actor. He had two children, Hennika Skjønberg and Siv Skjønberg.

Skjønberg began his acting career in 1940 as a stage actor in the Trøndelag Theatre in Trondheim, Norway. He later went on to work at the National Theatre in Oslo for more than 30 years. He acted in over 50 plays during his career, including famous works such as Romeo and Juliet, The Wild Duck, and Peer Gynt.

In addition to his work on stage, Skjønberg also appeared in numerous films and television series. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the character Martin Beck in the popular Norwegian crime drama series, Beck – Levande begravd (Beck – Buried Alive) in 1994. His other notable film appearances include Støv på hjernen (Dust on the Brain) in 1959 and Olsenbanden (The Olsen Gang) in 1969.

Skjønberg was also a teacher and mentor to many young actors in Norway. He taught at the Oslo National Academy of Dramatic Arts, helping to shape the next generation of Norwegian actors.

Skjønberg received several awards for his contributions to Norwegian theatre and film, including the King's Medal of Merit in gold, which he received in 2004. He remained active in the entertainment industry until his death in 2014, at the age of 94.

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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.

Lars Larsen's acting career spanned over four decades, during which he became a prominent figure in the Norwegian entertainment industry. He began his acting career in 1963 and went on to perform in a number of TV shows, movies and theater productions. Some of his notable works include the TV series "Fleksnes Fataliteter" and movies like "Hunger", "Veiviseren", and "Herman".

Apart from acting, Larsen was also a writer and director. He wrote several stage plays and directed a number of productions as well. He was also a theatre manager for a short period of time.

Larsen was regarded as a versatile and talented actor, known for his ability to portray a wide range of characters with ease. His contributions to the Norwegian entertainment industry have been widely acknowledged, and he was considered a national icon.

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Per Lillo-Stenberg

Per Lillo-Stenberg (June 21, 1928 Oslo-March 27, 2014 Levanger) was a Norwegian actor. He had one child, Lars Lillo-Stenberg.

Per Lillo-Stenberg was born in Oslo, Norway in 1928, and he began his acting career in the 1950s. He was a versatile actor who performed in both theater and film. His most notable film role came in 1960 when he played the lead in the film "Kakkerlakkene". In addition to his acting career, Lillo-Stenberg was also a writer and translator. He translated several plays by William Shakespeare into Norwegian, and he also wrote a memoir about his life as an actor. Per Lillo-Stenberg passed away in Levanger, Norway in 2014 at the age of 85.

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