Theater role at Oslo Nye: Fedre og sønner (1992)
Dennis Storhoi | Jahn Dennis Storhøi
5' 11¾" (1.82 m)
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(October 2002, on the issue of Norwegian actors being underpaid, a quote that infuriated the leader of the Norwegian Actors Union): "No actors work in theatre to make money. Actors on full stomachs are the most boring thing in the world, and it has been for centuries. I don't think people feel we have it that tough. We get to play all the time."
Awarded the Norwegian Theatre Critics Award (Teaterkritikerprisen) for 2003. Voted on by Norwegian theatre critics, the award was first handed out in 1939 and is considered the most coveted critics award in Norway. He won the award for his portrayal of 'George' in a highly acclaimed stage-version of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".