Georg Lüddeckens Alexander Richter
27 December 1915
|Died||10 May 1972 56) (aged|
|Spouse(s)|| Ingeborg Steffens |
|Parent(s)|| Aud Egede-Nissen |
|Relatives|| Adam Egede-Nissen (grandfather)|
Georga Wilhelma Ellertsen (grandmother)
Gerd Grieg (aunt)
Ada Kramm (aunt)
Gøril Havrevold (aunt)
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He was born in Berlin to German actor Georg Alexander and Norwegian actress Aud Egede-Nissen. He made his stage debut at Søilen Teater in 1938, and later worked for Det Norske Teatret, Det nye Teater, Riksteatret, Centralteatret, Folketeatret, Trøndelag Teater, Den Nationale Scene, and Oslo Nye Teater.
He made his film debut in 1939, in Leif Sinding's film De vergeløse based on a book by Gabriel Scott, as the principal character "Albert". He also played leading roles in Så møtes vi imorgen (1946) and Himmel og helvete (1969), and minor roles in Et spøkelse forelsker seg , Tante Pose , I slik en natt, Lake of the Dead , and Olsenbanden.
His stepfather was the actor Paul Richter.
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