Norwegian movie stars died in 2000

Here are 3 famous actresses from Norway died in 2000:

Turid Balke

Turid Balke (July 25, 1921 Kirkenes-January 5, 2000 Oslo) was a Norwegian actor, playwright, artist, visual artist, film director and author.

Turid Balke began her acting career on stage in the 1940s before transitioning to film and television in the 1950s. Some of her most notable film credits include "Nine Lives" and "The Master and his Servants." Alongside her acting career, Balke was also a prolific writer and artist, publishing several books and exhibiting her artwork across Norway. In 1967, she made her directorial debut with the film "Travelling with Pets." Balke was awarded the Order of St. Olav in 1994 for her contributions to Norwegian culture.

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Greta Gynt

Greta Gynt (November 15, 1916 Oslo-April 2, 2000 London) also known as Margrethe Thoresen, Margrethe Woxholt or Mrs Moore was a Norwegian actor, singer and dancer.

She started her career as a dancer in London and later went on to act in several British films, becoming a popular leading lady in the 1940s. Some of her notable film appearances in the UK include "The Dark Eyes of London" (1939), "The Saint in London" (1939), "Return to Yesterday" (1940) and "The Loves of Joanna Godden" (1947).

Greta Gynt also appeared in several stage productions in London's West End. She was in the original cast of "Oklahoma!" in London in 1947, playing the role of Ado Annie.

In addition to her acting career, she was also a talented singer and recorded several songs throughout her career. She was married twice, first to the actor Michael Rennie and then to the film producer David B. Findlay.

Despite her success in the British entertainment industry, Greta Gynt remained loyal to her Norwegian roots and was an active supporter of Norwegian cultural events in the UK.

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Urda Arneberg

Urda Arneberg (January 26, 1929 Oslo-May 14, 2000 Norway) was a Norwegian actor.

She was born in Oslo and trained at the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre. Arneberg began her acting career in the 1950s and worked extensively with the National Theatre in Oslo. She was also a regular on Norwegian television and appeared in a number of films, including the critically acclaimed "The Pathfinder" (1987). In addition to her acting work, Arneberg was also a respected educator, teaching at the National Academy of Theatre and mentoring many young actors. She was awarded the King's Medal of Merit in gold for her contributions to Norwegian culture. Arneberg remained active in her career until her death in 2000 at the age of 71.

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