| Helle Genie Lotinga|
15 September 1925 (1925-09-15) Aarhus, Denmark
June 10, 2009, Charlottenlund, Denmark
Jens Otto Krag (m. 1959–1973), Ebbe Rode (m. 1949–1959), William Rosenberg (m. 1946–1949)
Astrid Helene Krag, Jens Christian Krag
Morris Lotinga, Ellen Larsine
Matador, The House in Christianshavn, Kispus, Stov pa hjernen, Den kaere familie
Jens Otto Krag, Poul Reichhardt, Astrid Helene Krag, Ove Sprogoe, Erik Balling
Helle Virkner Wikipedia
Helle Genie Virkner (15 September 1925 – 10 June 2009) was a Danish actress, author and first lady (1962–68, 1971–72).
Born to Morris Lotinga and his wife, Ellen Larsine (née Rasmussen). Virkner was married three times. First to actor William Rosenberg (1920-2014), then to actor Ebbe Rode (1910-1998). Her third marriage was to Danish Prime Minister Jens Otto Krag, with whom she had two children. Her daughter Astrid Helene 'Søsser' Krag, a journalist and former model, died on 5 July 2014, 51 years old. Helle and Søsser lived together in Charlottenlund in the last years of Helle's life.
Virkner's career began in 1944, and two years later she appeared at the Royal Theatre. She eventually left her mark on the acting scene in a string of popular films and television series, including a significant role as Elisabeth Friis in the Danish TV series Matador. Her career ended in 2003.
She died at her home in the Copenhagen suburb of Charlottenlund, from cancer, aged 83.