Torben Hundahl

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Torben Hundahl
Born(1945-06-16)16 June 1945
Died2 October 1989(1989-10-02) (aged 44)
Other namesTorben Hundal
Occupation Actor

Torben Hundahl[ clarification needed ] (16 June 1945 2 October 1989), sometimes credited as Torben Hundal, was a Danish film and television actor.

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Partial television work

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