Death Place Matching "Oslo, Norway" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Julie Ege
Actress | On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Julie Ege was born on November 12, 1943 in Sandnes, Norway as Julie Dzuli. She was an actress, known for On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), Not Now Darling (1973) and Every Home Should Have One (1970). She was married to Alf Kruger-Monsen and Erland Skatten. She died on April 29, 2008 in Oslo,...
2. Sonja Henie
Actress | The Countess of Monte Cristo
The daughter of a fur wholesaler in Norway, Sonja Henie received her first pair of ice skates when she was six. At 14 she was the Norwegian Skating Champion. At 15 she would win the Olympic gold medal in Skating, a feat she would repeat in 1932 and 1936. In 1936 she would turn professional and tour...
3. Henrik Ibsen
Writer | While We're Young
Henrik Ibsen was born on March 20th in Stockmannsgerden in Skien. His mother was Marichen and his father was Knud, a merchant. On 1835 his father gave up his business and the family moved to Venstop, a farm in Gjerpen. In 1843 he confirmed in Gjerpen church and left home in order to apprentice to ...
4. Jon Skolmen
Jon Skolmen was born on November 1, 1940 in Oslo, Norway. He was an actor and writer, known for Sällskapsresan eller Finns det svenskt kaffe på grisfesten (1980), Fortuna (1993) and Den ofrivillige golfaren (1991). He was married to Kirsti Elisabeth Halvorsen. He died on March 28, 2019 ...
Actress | Far til fire og ulveungerne
Grethe Kausland was born on July 3, 1947 in Horten, Norway as Grethe Nilsen. She was an actress, known for Far til fire og ulveungerne (1958), Far til fire og onkel Sofus (1957) and Vi spillopper (1979). She died on November 16, 2007 in Oslo, Norway.
8. Eva Henning
Actress | Elvira Madigan
Eva was born in New York, USA, with a Norwegian father and a Swedish mother, Ragni. They divorced when Eva was 6 years old and Ragni remarried the actor Uno Henning.
Eva was accepted to the Royal Dramatic Theater's acting school in 1938. She had some minor roles both on the stage and in a few movies...
Actor | Kampen om tungtvannet
Henki Kolstad was born on February 3, 1915 in Oslo, Norway as Johan Henrik Ludvig Kolstad. He was an actor and director, known for Kampen om tungtvannet (1948), Vildanden (1963) and Fleksnes fataliteter (1972). He was married to Else Kolstad. He died on July 14, 2008 in Oslo.
11. Aud Schønemann
Actress | Fleksnes fataliteter
This diminutive actress is without a doubt one of Norway's most beloved entertainer. A gripping dramatic actress as well as a world class comedienne, you wouldn't know it by looking at her. After debuting on stage just after the German occupation of Norway ended in 1945 she went on to became one of...
12. Per Asplin
Actor | Anything Goes
Celebrated Norwegian actor, singer and composer. Member of a very popular group of singers called "The Monn-Keys" from 1950. Stage debut as actor in 1954 at the revue theater Chat Noir in Oslo. Most familiar with musical parts, he appeared in West Side Story and Fantasticks and made several TV ...
13. Aud Egede-Nissen
Actress | Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler
Aud Egede-Nissen was born on May 30, 1893 in Bergen, Norway. She was an actress and producer, known for Dr. Mabuse the Gambler (1922), Deception (1920) and Das Phantom der Oper (1916). She was married to Paul Richter and Georg Alexander. She died on November 6, 1974 in Oslo, Norway.
14. Ivo Caprino
Director | Ugler i mosen
Ivo Caprino was born on February 17, 1920 in Oslo, Norway. He was a director and writer, known for Ugler i mosen (1959), The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix (1975) and The Steadfast Tin Soldier (1955). He was married to Liv Bredal. He died on February 8, 2001 in Snarøya, Oslo.
17. Kirsten Heiberg
Actress | Titanic
The popular actress Kirsten Heiberg belonged to a small club of Norwegian actresses who became famous in foreign films.
She had a fine film career in Germany in the thirties and forties, in musicals, crime, and spy films, often seen as a foreign "femme fatal". Her stage debut came in Bergen in 1929,...
18. Knut Haugland
Cinematographer | Kon-Tiki
Knut Haugland was born on September 23, 1917 in Rjukan, Telemark, Norway as Knut Magne Haugland. He is known for his work on Kon-Tiki (1950), Rapport fra Nr. 24 (1994) and Kon-Tiki: In the Light of Time (1997). He was married to Ingebjørg Prestholdt. He died on December 25, 2009 in Oslo, Norway.
Euronymous was born on April 15, 1968 in Norway as Øystein Aarseth. He died on August 10, 1993 in Oslo, Norway.
22. Carsten Byhring
Actor | Bjørnepatruljen
Norwegian veteran actor of both stage, TV and cinema. Debuted on the revue stage in 1941 at Oslo's Søilen Teater. An employee of the legendary Norwegian revue theatre Chat Noir from 1947 to 1959. A great flair for drama but most noted for making the field of comedy his speciality. Giving several ...
23. Trond Kirkvaag
Trond Kirkvaag was born on June 21, 1946 in Norway. He was an actor and writer, known for Brødrene Dal og Vikingsverdets Forbannelse (2010), Brødrene Dal og professor Drøvels hemmelighet (1979) and Brødrene Dal og spektralsteinene (1982). He died on November 16, 2007 in ...
24. Kirsten Flagstad
Soundtrack | The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Born in Stranstuen, Hamar, Norway, Norwegian soprano Kisten Flagstad's father was a conductor, and her mother was a singing coach and pianist as well as her first teacher. Flagstad continued her studies in Oslo with Ellen Schyte-Jacobsen and in Stockholm with Dr. Gillis Bratt. While still a student...
25. Wenche Foss
Actress | Vildanden
Wenche Foss was born on December 5, 1917 in Oslo, Norway as Eva Wenche Steenfeldt-Foss Stang. She was an actress and writer, known for Vildanden (1963), Flåklypa Grand Prix (2000) and I Am Dina (2002). She was married to Thomas Stang and Alf Scott-Hansen, Jr. She died on March 28, 2011 in ...
27. Edith Carlmar
Actress | Fjols til fjells
Edith Carlmar was born on November 15, 1911 in Oslo, Norway. She was an actress and director, known for Fools in the Mountains (1957), Death Is a Caress (1949) and Bedre enn sitt rykte (1955). She was married to Otto Carlmar. She died on May 17, 2003 in Oslo.
28. Erik Løchen
Director | Jakten
Norwegian jazz musician and experimental, director, writer and editor, born May 22nd 1924, has made himself a substantial place in Norwegian film history. He came to film from Theater, and was war prisoner during WW2. Mostly known for short films, and was from 1981 to his death in 1983 artistic ...
29. Randi Kolstad
Actress | Brudebuketten
Randi Kolstad was born on May 23, 1925 in Skien, Norway as Randi Ballestad. She was an actress and writer, known for Brudebuketten (1953), Vi vil skilles (1952) and Klokker i måneskinn (1964). She was married to Lasse Kolstad. She died on October 6, 1999 in Oslo, Norway.
31. Anne Brown
Actress | Rhapsody in Blue
Born Annie Wiggins Brown in Baltimore, Maryland, she was the daughter of a prominent physician, Dr Harry F. Brown, the grandson of a slave. Her mother was of African, Cherokee and Scottish-Irish descent. Along with her three sisters, she was taught and encouraged in music by her mother. Hopes of ...
32. Lasse Kolstad
Lasse Kolstad was born on January 10, 1922 in Oslo, Norway as Lars Kolstad. He was an actor, known for The Island at the Top of the World (1974), Lady Inger of Ostrat (1975) and Kong Lear (1985). He was married to Bab Christensen and Randi Kolstad. He died on January 14, 2012 in Oslo.
33. Knut Haukelid
Writer | Kampen om tungtvannet
On May 17, 1911, as Norway was jubilantly celebrating its Constitution Day, two Norwegian citizens were born in Flatbush, a sector of Brooklyn, New York. They were twins. The boy was Knut Haukelid. He was to become a leader of the Norwegian underground during World War II and is given major credit ...
34. Vidkun Quisling
Self | Kongens nei
Norwegian traitor Vidkun Quisling was born in 1887. An army officer, he served as military attaché in Petrograd from 1918-19 and in Helsinki from 1919-21, later assisting Fridtjof Nansen in relief work in Russia. He was Norwegian minister of defense from 1931 to 1933. He then left the Agrarian ...
39. Rolf Søder
Actor | Fru Inger til Østråt
One of Norway's most popular stage and screen actors, often seen in realistic roles. He was never ashamed of his working-class background, and started his working career as a typographer. But the young man loved poetry, especially the poems of the radical left-wing writer Rudolf Nilsen (1901-1929)....
40. Knut Risan
Actor | Greven av Monte Christo
Knut Risan was born on February 19, 1930 in Trondheim, Norway. He was an actor, known for Greven av Monte Christo (1965), Et dukkehjem (1973) and Husmorfilmen høsten 1964 (1964). He was married to Astrid Folstad. He died on February 1, 2011 in Oslo, Norway.
42. Harriet Bosse
Actress | Kameraden
Harriet Bosse was born on February 19, 1878 in Oslo, Norway. She was an actress and writer, known for Comrades (1919), Ingmarssönerna (1919) and Appassionata (1944). She was married to Edvin Adolphson, Wingård, Gunnar and August Strindberg. She died on November 2, 1961 in Oslo.
45. Alfred Maurstad
Actor | Gjest Baardsen
Charismatic and very popular Norwegian stage and screen actor, also a gifted fiddler. Educated at a military academy in Bergen, his only connection with theater was as an extra at the local stage: Den Nationale Scene. But with a growing interest for the art of theater, he got an engagement at The ...
47. Tarjei Vesaas
Writer | Zywot Mateusza
One of Norway's finest novelists ever. He wrote novels, short stories, poems and dramas about loneliness, lack of communication and of growing up. Made his debut in 1923, but his breakthrough came with the allegorical "Kimen" in 1940. Best known of his later novels are "Fuglane" (1957) and "...