Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

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The Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Danish : Robert Prisen for årets mandlige hovedrolle) is a Danish Film Academy award presented at the annual Robert Award ceremony to recognize an actor who has delivered an outstanding leading performance in a Danish film.

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