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Sigrun Otto (1896–1980)

Sigrun Otto was born on April 13, 1896 in Oslo, Norway as Sigrun Enersen. She was an actress, known for Jeg drepte! (1942), Sankt Hans fest (1947) and To liv (1946). She was married to Reidar Otto. She died in 1980 in Oslo. See full bio »


(age 83) in Oslo, Norway

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Jeg drepte!
Jeg drepte! Frk. Bull
Sankt Hans fest
Sankt Hans fest Fru Christensen
To liv
To liv Else Nordgaard, hans hustru
Vi vil leve
Vi vil leve Actress


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 1967 Don Carlos (TV Movie)
Hertuginnen av Olivarez
 1964 Nydelige nelliker
 1964 Alle tiders kupp
Karis mor
 1963 Elskere
Gudleiks mor
 1962 De gamles julaften (TV Movie)
Marthe, frøkenens pike
 1961 Den evige ektemann (TV Movie)
Marja Syssojevna
 1961 Mens vi venter (TV Movie)
Den syke konen
 1960 Ungen (TV Movie)
 1955 The Summer Wind Blows
Claus' Mother
 1953 Brudebuketten
Pliktoppfyllende mor
 1952 Trine
Fru Jahnfeldt, Jens' mor
 1951 Skadeskutt
Elses mor
 1951 Kranes konditori
Fru Breien
 1947 Sankt Hans fest
Fru Christensen
 1946 To liv
Else Nordgaard, hans hustru
 1946 Vi vil leve
 1942 Jeg drepte!
Frk. Bull

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