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Kjeld Petersen

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Role  Film actor
Name  Kjeld Petersen
Years active  1945-1962
Occupation  Actor

Kjeld Petersen Dirch var ikke specielt morsom Ekstra Bladet
Born  1 July 1920 (1920-07-01) Copenhagen, Denmark
Died  May 24, 1962, Frederiksberg, Denmark
Awards  Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Movies  Den gronne elevator, Pigen og vandpytten, Vi er allesammen tossede, Somaend og svigermodre, Reptilicus
Similar People  Dirch Passer, Preben Kaas, Lars Ranthe, Erik Balling, Bent Christensen

Cause of death  Myocardial infarction

Det var paa rundetaarn 1955 vognen og mig kjeld petersen


Kjeld Petersen (1 July 1920 – 24 May 1962) was a Danish film and stage actor. He appeared in 41 films between 1945 and 1962, and also enjoyed successes as dramatic stage actor and revue comedian, particularly in a crazy comedy duo with Dirch Passer lasting through the 1950s to his death.

He was born in Copenhagen and died in Frederiksberg, Denmark, suffering a stroke in his home following a successful opening performance at the ABC Theatre in which he performed alongside Passer.

In the 2011 Danish Dirch Passer biopic A Funny Man, Petersen was depicted by Lars Ranthe. A 2013 Danmarks Radio documentary series presented Petersen as one of the "Fantastic Four" of Danish comedy, along with Passer, Jørgen Ryg and Preben Kaas.



Kjeld Petersen I kongens klr 1954 I kongens klr Dirch Passer Ove Sproge
Kjeld Petersen Kjeld Petersen Discography at Discogs

References

Kjeld Petersen Wikipedia


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