Sigurd Langberg

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Sigurd Langberg
Born(1897-10-29)29 October 1897
Died8 July 1954(1954-07-08) (aged 56)
Years active1924–1954

Sigurd Bengt Langberg (29 October 1897 – 8 July 1954) was a Danish stage and film actor.

He was married to actress Karna Langberg and was the father of actors Ebbe and Jesper Langberg.

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