Summary: Norwegian film, stage and television actor, director, writer and musician best known for his live appearances in numerous stage productions like Red Ryder, Hamlet and Piaf who directed and produced the 1982 short film Real Artists Do Not Use Black about internationally known Norwegian contemporary artist Jan Groth who designed the stage curtain at the Norwegian Theatre, but who had also worked on several projects for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation reading a wide range of audio books and was a former lead singer of the 1970's Norwegian underground rock group Boastein.
Cause of Death: Drowned after being struck by a tsunami
Born: April 2, 1951
Died: December 26, 2004
Location: Khao Lak, Thailand