|Born||1 August 1933|
|Died||3 February 1989 55) (aged|
Ebbe Langberg (1 August 1933 – 3 February 1989) was a Danish actor and film director. He appeared in 45 films between 1946 and 1988. 
Langberg debuted as Lotte's little brother in Ditte menneskebarn (1946) and also starred as a child in the film De pokkers unger (1947). He became a trained actor from Odense Drama school and was then assigned to various theaters, including ABC Theatre, Odense Theatre, Great Hall, Aalborg Theatre, Circus Ib and the Apollo Theater.
He starred in around 40 films in the 1950s and 1960s, where he often played the cocky, real first love, who gets his beloved at the end.
In 1963 he made his debut as a film director with the film Peters landlov. He went on to direct seven feature films and was co-director on the TV series Ka' De li' østers? 1967 and Huset på Christianshavn.
From about 1981 to about 1989 he was director of the Rialto Theatre.
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Ib Mossin was a Danish actor, singer and director best known for his role as heartthrob Peter of the hugely popular Far til Fire film series. He had his breakthrough as the apprentice Egon in 1953's Farlig Ungdom, a stark drama about the crime scene in Copenhagen among adolescents. He also had roles in fourteen of the eighteen Danish films based on novels by Morten Korch. Later in his life he travelled his home country talking about his experiences as an actor and celebrity. In 1999 he published his memoirs "Filmhelt til Tiden".
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