Per Christian Ellefsen

Per Christian Ellefsen born (14 February 1954) is a Norwegian actor, mostly known from his roles in Elling[1] and Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.[2]

He became a star in Norway because of his title role of "Elling" (2001), after more than 20 years as a leading stage actor.

Filmography

  • 2014 1001 Grams
  • 2011 Blåfjell 2 - Jakten på det magiske horn
  • 2010 Rare Exports
  • 2008 Hotel Cæsar (TV Series)
  • 2007 Radiopiratene
  • 2007 Elias og kongeskipet
  • 2006 Babas bilar
  • 2006 Dobbel salto (TV Movie)
  • 2005 Love Me Tomorrow
  • 2004 Asfaltevangeliet
  • 2004 The Homolulu Show (Short)
  • 2003 Mors Elling
  • 2002 Min søsters børn i sneen
  • 2002 I Am Dina
  • 2001 Elling
  • 2000 Soria Moria (TV Series)
  • 1999 Olsenbandens siste stikk
  • 1999 Absolutt blåmandag
  • 1998-1999 Karl & Co (TV Series)
  • 1998 Red Indian
  • 1996 Mot i brøstet (TV Series)
  • 1993 Fredrikssons fabrikk (TV Series)
  • 1990 Aksjemordet (TV Mini-Series)
  • 1986 Plastposen

References

  1. ^ "Elling". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Roger Ebert (22 December 2010). "Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 31 December 2010. 

External links

Per Christian Ellefsen at the Internet Movie Database

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