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|Born||4 March 1896|
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Kai Holm (4 March 1896 – 10 July 1985) was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 41 films between 1927 and 1979. He was born in Lemvig, Denmark and died in Denmark.
Ib Christian Albert von Cotta Schønberg was a Danish film actor, and is considered one of the leading actors of Danish film in the 20th century.
Poul David Reichhardt was a Danish actor, well known for his roles in Danish 1940s/1950s comedies. Later on, he also played more serious and varied roles; he has also starred in Huset på Christianshavn, Matador and as various minor characters in the Olsen-banden films.
Aage Winther-Jørgensen was a Danish actor.
Karin Nellemose, was a Danish actress in the theatre and in Danish cinema. She was the sister of sculptor Knud Nellemose (1908–1997). In Matador she plays a significant role as the confused spinster Misse Møhge.
Johannes Meyer, was a Danish film actor.
Marguerite Viby was a Danish actress of stage, film and television. Considered one of the great comedy actresses of Danish cinema, Viby received honorary Bodil and Robert Awards in 2000 for lifetime achievement. She appeared in more than 50 films and television shows during a career that spanned from the silent film era in 1929 until a television series in 1983.
Lau Lauritzen Jr., was a Danish actor, screenwriter, and film director. As a director, he was a 4-time recipient of the Bodil Award for Best Danish Film. Lauritzen co-founded the Danish film studio ASA Film and served as the studio's artistic director (1937–1945) and administrative director (1945–1964).
Alice O'Fredericks was a Danish actress, screenwriter, and film director. She is best known for directing the series of Far til Fire comedies and the series of family dramas based on Morten Korch novels. Having written 38 produced screenplays and directed 72 feature films, O'Fredericks was one of the most prolific directors in Danish cinema. O'Fredericks also directed the first Danish films which highlighted women's rights. The Alice Award, presented annually to the Best Female Director at the Copenhagen International Film Festival, is named in her honor.
Torkil Lauritzen was a Danish actor.
Henry Nielsen was a Danish stage and film actor.
Gunnar Lauring was a Danish stage and film actor. He was the brother of the writer Palle Lauring (1909–1996).
Christian Hansen Arhoff was a Danish stage and film actor. Arhoff joined the National Socialist Workers' Party of Denmark in 1941.
Henning Karmark was a Danish film producer. He produced 90 films between 1937 and 1971 and was one of the most active producers of the ASA Film studio. He was born in Varde, Denmark and died in Nice, France.
Karl Georg Harald Schenstrøm was a Danish stage and film actor of the silent era in Denmark. He worked under directors such as August Blom and Lau Lauritzen Sr.
Einar Juhl was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 50 films between 1924 and 1974. He was born and died in Denmark.
Ejner Federspiel was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 58 films between 1934 and 1981. He was married to Gunver Fønss and his daughter was actress Birgitte Federspiel.
Preben Mahrt was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 68 films between 1941 and 1976. He was born in Hellebæk, Denmark.
Valsø Holm was a Danish film actor. He appeared in 80 films between 1937 and 1982. He was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and died in Denmark.
Sven Rudolf Sidenius Gyldmark was a Danish film score composer. He was the brother of Hugo Gyldmark and Leonard who were also composers.
A/S Palladium was a Danish film production company which existed from 1919 to 2017.