Last week it became known that Actor Per Jansen has passed away, 80 years old. According to the family, he died after a short illness, and he will be sorely missed. This was revealed in an NTB press release from the National Theatre.
Daughter of actress Ine Janssen (49) She took to Instagram to honor her late father.
“My sweet, mischievous, immature, hot dad passed away yesterday. We will miss him deeply,” she wrote under a childhood photo with her dad.
Buried in Oslo
On Thursday, he will be buried in the Vestre Gravlund Church in Oslo, and family, friends and celebrities flock to bid farewell to the famous and beloved actor.
Her daughter, Ine Jansen, 49, was normally present.
Actress couple Anne-Marie Autzen and Lacey Lindtner have also made the trip to show their support, as well as Non-Capharm.
The latter says that he was happy to work with Jansen during his last project on stage.
Working with Per has always been exciting. He was very honest, he had a kind of ferocity in his eyes, gentle but totally stern – we heard it. He said he was a good man. Funny and very good actor. I think Hans Peer Gynt is the best I’ve ever seen. He was so great, he pays tribute to his late colleague.
Carrie Simonsen says she has worked with Janssen all those years, and describes him as a versatile actor:
– We had a very good cooperation. He was very versatile and could do anything. She remembers that she is very gentle, sociable, and gentle.
I’ve known Elaine Horn Jansen for many years, and she just has nice things to say.
– It was a fireworks person. engaged / engaged. He was very handsome when we were young too so he was like the luxurious “Prince Charming” actor.
– He had it all. Wonderfully funny fellow. It was never a gray day, says Winch Voss, adds.
Long driving time
Per Jansen had a long career as an actor, and distinguished himself in roles such as Vladimir in Samuel Beckett’s play While We Wait for Godot (1986) and the solo performance “Contrabassen” (1988), as well as a starring role in John Barton’s production of “Ber Gent” (1990).
He is also known to have played major Shakespearean roles several times, playing Henrik Ibsen in Nils Friedrich Dahl’s play “Henrik and Emilie” in Riksteatret in 2006.
Jansen also had an extensive career on screen and had, among other things, leading roles in films such as “The Ballad of the Master Thief Ole Høiland” (1970) and “Sigurd Drakeslayer” (1989). He also played Westland farmer Sivert Nedrebø in the TV series “Vestavind”, which ran on NRK from 1994 to 1995.
– He has meant a huge amount to Norwegian theater and Norwegian film throughout his long career. Leaving theater school early in 1965, and acting actively from then on until after his retirement in 2011, Maren Onsaker stated at the National Theater about the late Janssen that he daily newspaper.
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