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Kristin Frogner

Kristin Frogner was born on February 25, 1978 as Kristin Borge Frogner. She is an actress, known for Hotel Cæsar (1998), Åpen post (1998) and Mess-TV (2002). See full bio »

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Hotel Cæsar
Hotel Cæsar Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen / Charlotte Iversen
(1998-2004)
Åpen post
Åpen post Herself
(1999)
Mess-TV
Mess-TV Himself
(2005)

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 1998-2004 Hotel Cæsar (TV Series)
Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen / Charlotte Iversen
- Episode #15.30 (2004) ... Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen
- Episode #15.29 (2004) ... Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen
- Episode #15.28 (2004) ... Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen
- Episode #15.27 (2004) ... Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen
- Episode #15.26 (2004) ... Charlotte Iversen Anker-Hansen
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 2005 Mess-TV (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode dated 9 June 2005 (2005) ... Himself
 1999 Åpen post (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode #2.10 (1999) ... Herself
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