Birth Place Matching "Bergen, Norway" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
3. Edvard Grieg
Soundtrack | Soylent Green
Edvard Hagerup Grieg (Greig) was born on on June 15, 1843, in Bergen, Norway. His father, named Alexander Greig (originally McGregor), was English consul of Scottish origin. His mother, named Gesine Hagerup, was an educated pianist. Grieg grew up among three sisters and an elder brother. He began ...
Music Department | Vanity Fair
Sissel was born on June 24, 1969 in Bergen, Hordaland, Norway as Sissel Kyrkjebø. She is known for her work on Vanity Fair (2004), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) and The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996). She has been married to Ernst Ravnaas since August 13, 2013. She was ...
Director | Frikjent
Geir Henning Hopland is a director and script writer born in Bergen, Norway.
Geir has recently directed The Lawyer, a concept by creator of The Bridge, Hans Rosenfeldt and the internationally bestselling author Jens Lapidus, with Academy Award nominee Nicklas Wikström Nicastro as producer for SF ...
18. Alf Malland
Actor | Ransom
During the Second World War, Alf Malland was a member of the famous Company Linge, named after the actor and captain Martin Linge. In 1951, as an young actor, Malland also worked as a guard, and on Christmas Eve that year, he was shot and seriously wounded by two burglars. Malland became a very ...
21. Kolbjörn Knudsen
Actor | Flickan och djävulen
Kolbjörn Knudsen was born on October 13, 1897 in Bergen, Norway. He was an actor, known for The Girl and the Devil (1944), En handelsresandes död (1961) and The Girls in Smaland (1945). He died on January 8, 1967 in Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden.
23. Aud Egede-Nissen
Actress | Das Phantom der Oper
Aud Egede-Nissen was born on May 30, 1893 in Bergen, Norway. She was an actress and producer, known for Das Phantom der Oper (1916), Anna Boleyn (1920) and Dr. Mabuse the Gambler (1922). She was married to Paul Richter and Georg Alexander. She died on November 6, 1974 in Oslo, Norway.
33. Eilif Armand
Actor | Den røde pimpernell
Eilif Armand was born on March 18, 1921 in Bergen, Norway as Eilif Armand Andreassen. He was an actor, known for Den røde pimpernell (1968), A Commuter Kind of Love (1979) and Lina's Wedding (1973). He was married to Elisabeth Dingen. He died on November 28, 1993 in Bergen, Hordaland, Norway.
Actor | Hennes lilla majestät
Gifted Norwegian comic actor, on stage from 1898, and one of the most used actors in Norwegian films ever. Admired for his witty line and funny face both on stage and screen, always with a clever presence. On the stage, he played in the Norwegian classics by Holberg, Ibsen and Bjørnson, at his best...
Actress | Pan
Among the finest Norwegian stage actresses, at her best in classical roles. Remembered for her portrayals of Hedda Gabler and Ella Rentheim, (Ibsen) Viola, (Shakespeare) and as Maria Stuart. (Schiller)
At the age of 17 she entered the silent movie industry, first in Denmark, later in Germany, where ...
40. Arne Bendiksen
Soundtrack | Fritt vilt
Multi-talented actor, singer, writer and composer, a very popular entertainer in Norway for almost sixty years.
Best remembered for his participation in a song-group called "The Monn Keys". He appeared in films, Radio and TV shows, and wrote many popular songs, often promoting new and talented ...
Actress | Maksveringar
Norwegian stage actress at the national stage in Bergen between 1925-1990. Films and TV performances regrettable few. Her vitality made her a favorite in operettas and comedies, specially in plays by Ludvig Holberg. On 11th May 2005 she vigorously celebrated her 100th birthday! Her children Berit ...
50. Carl Rhodin
Carl Rhodin was born on September 28, 1871 in Bergen, Norway as Carl Max Alexander Rhodin. He was married to Iris Sibylla Antoinette Persson-Möller and Gunhild Valborg Charlotta Hellman. He died on November 7, 1952 in Malmö, Sweden.