Norwegian movie stars died in 2011

Here are 2 famous actresses from Norway died in 2011:

Wenche Foss

Wenche Foss (December 5, 1917 Oslo-March 28, 2011 Oslo) a.k.a. Eva Wenche Steenfeldt-Foss Stang, Eva Wenche Steenfeldt Stang, Eva Wenche Steenfeldt-Foss or Eva Wenche Steenfeldt Foss Stang was a Norwegian actor. Her child is called Fabian Stang.

Wenche Foss was considered one of Norway's most beloved actresses, with a career spanning over 70 years. She first appeared on stage at the age of 17 and went on to become a prominent figure in the Norwegian theater scene, starring in numerous productions both on stage and on screen.

Foss was also known for her humanitarian work and her support for various causes. She was a longtime advocate for the disabled and the elderly, and was involved with several charities and organizations throughout her life.

In addition to her acting career, Foss was also a highly-regarded public figure and was awarded numerous honors and awards for her contributions to Norwegian culture. She received the King's Medal of Merit in gold, the highest honor bestowed upon a Norwegian citizen, in recognition of her lifelong achievements.

Upon her death in 2011, Foss was mourned by fans and colleagues alike, who remembered her as a talented actress, a dedicated humanitarian, and a true icon of Norwegian culture.

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Sølvi Wang

Sølvi Wang (August 28, 1929 Høvik-May 31, 2011 Oslo) also known as Solvi Wang, Sølvi Valborg Kristi Wang or Wang, Sølvi was a Norwegian actor, singer and comedian. She had two children, Stein Monn-Iversen and Bitte Monn-Iversen.

Sølvi Wang was born in Høvik, Norway and began her career in entertainment in the 1950s. She quickly became known for her singing and comedic talents, and went on to perform in a variety of plays, revues and films throughout her career. She also had her own television show in the 1970s called "Solvguttene," which was a popular variety show.

In addition to her entertainment career, Wang was also involved in politics. She was a member of the Labour Party and served as a member of the Oslo City Council from 1971 to 1975. She was also a vocal advocate for women's rights and was involved in various organizations supporting gender equality in Norway.

Wang received several awards and honors throughout her career, including the King's Medal of Merit in gold, the Amanda Honorary Award and the Fritt Ord Honorary Award. She passed away in Oslo in 2011 at the age of 81.

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