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Mikkel Boe Følsgaard

Mikkel Boe Følsgaard is a young danish actor. In 2012, he won the award of Best Male Actor at the Berlinale for his appearance in the movie A Royal Affair, while still attending theatre school, Statens Teaterskole in Copenhagen. He graduated in the summer of 2012.

Mikkel Boe Følsgaard grew up in the northern part of Sealand, the biggest of the danish isles.

Micheline Presle

Dark-haired, Paris-born Micheline Presle (better known in the States as Micheline Prelle) was the daughter of a businessman and took acting classes as a teen. She was discovered by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and cast in Girls in Distress (Young Girls in Distress) and Four Flights to Love in which she played a dual role. She proceeded to make films during the Occupation, and by 1947, was deemed an important young French star, with Devil in the Flesh (Devil in the Flesh) gaining her world-wide attention. Her marriage to American actor-turned-producer William Marshall in 1950 led her to attempt Hollywood pictures. None of her pictures, which included Under My Skin, American Guerrilla in the Philippines and Adventures of Captain Fabian, the last one produced and directed by husband Marshall, endeared her to American audiences; however, despite co-starring opposite top Hollywood stars John Garfield, Tyrone Power and Errol Flynn. Divorced by 1954, she never adjusted to the Hollywood way of life and returned willingly to Paris with her daughter, actress/director Tonie Marshall. She continued to reign supreme in French films and has appeared frequently on the stage as well. Some of her post-Hollywood films include House of Ricordi (House of Ricordi), Royal Affairs in Versailles (Royal Affairs in Versailles), Her Bridal Night (The Bride Is Much Too Beautiful), Demoniqque (1958), King of Hearts (King of Hearts), Donkey Skin (The Magic Donkey), Le journal du séducteur (Diary of a Seducer) and Les Misérables.

Peter Juul Kristensen

Peter Juul Kristensen is one of very few Danish mixing engineers with international experience. If there's anybody who knows what is required in the high circles of the music business, he does. But dealing with them, you would never guess that his portfolio include names like Quincy Jones, Celine Dion, Gabriel Yared and Marco Beltrami. In his homeland, Peter is most recognized for his work on "A Royal Affair" and "The Wild Swans". The later with production design by Her Royal Highness Queen Margrethe of Denmark. In 2010 Peter recorded and mixed "DR's Store Juleshow" for the fifth time in a row - an annual Christmas TV special, broadcasted to the whole of Scandinavia, Iceland and Greenland.

His own private studio which is situated next to his home in Copenhagen, recently upgraded to 5.1 mixing facility in order to handle the growing demand for surround mixes. Here he recently mixed a Gabriel Yared score for the award winning Danish movie "A Royal Affair" - and top selling Danish male artist Rasmus Seebach first live concert for DVD - both were mixed in 5.1 surround.

3 names.