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1. Kristofer Hivju Kristofer Hivju Actor, After Earth A second generation Norwegian actor, Kristofer Hivju was born on 7 December 1978 in Oslo. His father Erik Hivju is a prominent character actor who appeared with his son in the short film Flax where Kristofer shared screenwriting credit with director Bård Ivar Engelsås. Kristofer made his American Film debut in Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.'s 2011 remake of John Carpenter's The Thing...
2. Aksel Hennie Aksel Hennie Actor, The Martian Aksel Hennie is a Norwegian actor, writer and director. He has acted in a number of successful Norwegian movies, and has received several awards. Hennie grew up in Lambertseter in Oslo. In his late teens he was sentenced for tagging, and became an outcast in the community for confessing to the police...
3. Natassia Malthe Natassia Malthe Actress, This Means War
4. Marta Kristen Marta Kristen Actress, Lost in Space Marta Kristen was born Birgit Annalisa Rusanen, on February 26, 1945, to a Finnish mother and a German soldier who was killed towards the end of World War II in Europe. Marta was only two months old when she was left in an orphanage. In 1949, Prof. & Mrs. Harold Soderquist of Detroit, Michigan adopted her...
5. Thorbjørn Harr Thorbjørn Harr Actor, Inn i mørket
6. Jakob Oftebro Jakob Oftebro Actor, Kon-Tiki Jakob Oftebro (Born 1986, Oslo, Norway) is a charismatic Scandinavian Actor. Oftebro started his education in acting at the reputable Norwegian Academy of Performing Arts in 2008. While studying, he also played a small role in Max Manus: Man of War (2008). He later worked with the same directors of Max Manus in the Oscar-nominated epic Kon-Tiki. (2012)...
7. Nicolai Cleve Broch Nicolai Cleve Broch Actor, Max Manus: Man of War
8. Anders Danielsen Lie Anders Danielsen Lie Actor, Oslo, 31. august
9. Lisa Loven Kongsli Lisa Loven Kongsli Actress, Turist
10. Alisha Boe Alisha Boe Actress, 13 Reasons Why
11. Hans Petter Moland Hans Petter Moland Director, Aberdeen
12. Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø Writer, Hodejegerne Jo Nesbø is a world-renowned crime writer recognized for broadening the scope of modern crime and thriller fiction. His books have garnered countless international awards, sold more than twenty million copies, and been translated into forty-seven languages. In addition to the Harry Hole series he is the author of stand-alone novels Headhunters and The Son...
13. Viktoria Winge Viktoria Winge Actress, Reprise
14. Trond Espen Seim Trond Espen Seim Actor, The Thing
15. André Eriksen André Eriksen Actor, Pionér
16. Sonja Henie Sonja Henie Actress, Sun Valley Serenade Sonja Henie was born on April 8, 1912 in Oslo, Norway. She grew up in a very wealthy family and was encouraged to play sports. Sonja loved playing tennis and she excelled at ice-skating. At the age of ten she won her first ice-skating competition. She competed in the 1924 Winter Olympics and came in eighth place...
17. Sven Nordin Sven Nordin Actor, Mot i brøstet This Norwegian actor is an employee of Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo's New Theatre) since 1981. On stage he has starred in everything from Shakespeare to modern drama like Tennessee William's The Glass Menagerie, and musicals like Guys and Dolls. Got his big breakthrough as a Norwegian resistance fighter in the suspenseful WWII mini-series "Röd snö" in 1985...
18. Mariella Frostrup Mariella Frostrup Actress, Sex Sells
19. Kristin Holby Kristin Holby Actress, Trading Places Kristin Clotilde Darnell (born 1951 as Kristin Clotilde Holby in Oslo, Norway) is an American actress and during the late 1970s through the 1980s was a very successful model for Yves St. Laurent, Ralph Lauren, Givenchy, Chanel and Shiseido. She is married to Dr. James Darnell and is mother to 3 now grown children the youngest are twin daughters Phoebe and Camilla.
20. Benjamin Helstad Benjamin Helstad Actor, Kongen av Bastøy Benjamin Helstad (born 1987, Oslo, Norway) is one of Norway's most highly regarded young actors. After his big screen breakthrough in King of Devil's Island (Kongen av Bastøy) in 2010 alongside Stellan Skaarsgaard, for which he received an Amanda nomination for Best Actor, he's appeared in a series of critically acclaimed production on both stage and screen...
21. Tova Borgnine Tova Borgnine Self, Ernest Borgnine on the Bus
22. John Voldstad John Voldstad Actor, Forrest Gump Born in Norway but moved to the United States about months after birth. Most remembered for his appearence in the Bob Newhart Show. And in Stripes (1981) as Stillman's Aide.
23. Erik Poppe Erik Poppe Director, 1,000 Times Good Night Erik Poppe (born 24 June 1960) is a Norwegian film director, screenwriter and former cinematographer. Poppe is regarded as one of Europe's most experienced and compelling directors recognized for his work with actors and impeccably well crafted multi-pronged narratives. His movies are often built around strong ensemble casts...
24. Ingar Helge Gimle Ingar Helge Gimle Actor, Hotel Cæsar
25. Bjørn Floberg Bjørn Floberg Actor, Kingsman: The Secret Service
26. Harry Tenbrook Harry Tenbrook Actor, They Were Expendable
27. Tutte Lemkow Tutte Lemkow Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark
28. Greta Gynt Greta Gynt Actress, The Human Monster Glamourous, blonde, Norwegian actress who added a sparkle to British movies. Greta Gynt usually played a leading part, and remained at the top of the British cinema from the late 1930s through to the 40s. An opportunity for Greta to experience a Hollywood career came in the early 1950s, but it was too late...
29. Anna-Lisa Anna-Lisa Actress, Black Saddle
30. Deeyah Khan Deeyah Khan Director, Banaz: A Love Story
31. Greta Nissen Greta Nissen Actress, The Lucky Lady Greta Ruzt-Nissen was born in Oslo, Norway, on January 30, 1905. As a young girl she studied dance and had intended to make a career out of it. For a while she did, but when she was 19 she appeared in her first big-screen production, The Wanderer. Afterwards she made several more films, but she was one of those who lost much work due to the advent of sound films...
32. Petter Næss Petter Næss Director, Elling Petter Næss was born in Oslo, Norway, in 1960. Originally he worked as a writer, director and actor for the theatre, staging close to 30 productions. In 1997 he was appointed director of Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre) and he quickly made a mark for himself promoting contemporary Norwegian plays and focusing on works for young audiences...
33. Arve Opsahl Arve Opsahl Actor, Mot i brøstet Arve Opsahl was Norway's first stand up comedian. Perhaps along with Rolv Wesenlund and Jon Skolmen. The term used back then was one man show (only in 1993 "stand up" was starting to get used in Norway).
34. Eskil Vogt Eskil Vogt Writer, Blind
35. Linn Ullmann Linn Ullmann Actress, Autumn Sonata Linn Ullmann is the daughter of Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman. Born in 1967, Linn made her screen debut within her mother's womb in the only horror film Bergman ever made, Hour of the Wolf (aka "Hour of the Wolf" (1968)), made while Liv was very pregnant. Linn also appeared in several films as a child...
36. Unni Lindell Unni Lindell Writer, Drømmefangeren
37. Mona Fastvold Mona Fastvold Actress, The Other Woman
38. Jon Skolmen Jon Skolmen Actor, D'ække bare, bare Bernt
39. Marius Holst Marius Holst Director, Kongen av Bastøy
40. Nick Heyman Nick Heyman Actor, Farm House
41. Eira Stuedahl Eira Stuedahl Actress, Amors baller
42. Wenche Myhre Wenche Myhre Self, Ein Lied für Bergen
43. Nikolaj Frobenius Nikolaj Frobenius Writer, Insomnia Educated in Film and Research, The Lonodon Institute. Has written several Plays and filmscripts. Editor of Norwegian magazine "Vinduet" (The Window), since 1998. Currently residing in Oslo.
44. Kim Haugen Kim Haugen Actor, Into the White
45. Ivo Caprino Ivo Caprino Director, Flåklypa Grand Prix
46. Nils Vogt Nils Vogt Actor, Hotel Cæsar
47. Linn Skåber Linn Skåber Self, Nytt på nytt
48. Gitte Witt Gitte Witt Actress, The Impossible
49. Julia Charlotte Geitvik Julia Charlotte Geitvik Actress, Olsenbandens første kupp
50. Mads Ousdal Mads Ousdal Actor, Detektor
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