Arne Froge

Arne Froge



Arne Froge (born 24 December 1933) is a Norwegian actor and director. He is best known for his role as Benny in the Norwegian film classic Søndagsengler (Sunday Angels, 1965).

Froge began his career in the 1950s, appearing in several Norwegian films, television series, and stage productions. He made his feature film debut in the Norwegian musical Det Vi Gjør For Kjærligheten (What We Do for Love, 1957). He continued to appear in small roles throughout the 1960s, most notably in Søndagsengler (Sunday Angels, 1965).

In 1967, Froge starred in the Norwegian television miniseries "The King's Choice", which was a popular success. He also starred in several other miniseries, including "The Hunt for the Red October" (1970) and "The Seventh Seal" (1972).

Throughout the 1970s, Froge was frequently cast in comedic roles, most notably in the Norwegian television series Våre Beste År (Our Best Years, 1973-1977). He also had a successful career as a director, directing several films and television series, including the Swedish television series "The Bridge" (1978-1980).

In the 1980s, Froge appeared in a number of films, including the Norwegian comedy "The Fjords of Norway" (1981) and the Swedish drama "The White Rose" (1983). He also continued to direct, helming the Norwegian drama "The Price of Freedom" (1985) and the Swedish drama "The Blue Hour" (1987).

In the 1990s, Froge starred in a number of films, including the Norwegian comedy "The Man Who Walked Through Walls" (1993) and the Swedish drama "The Road to Heaven" (1995). He also directed the Norwegian drama "The Winter of Our Discontent" (1996).

In the 2000s, Froge continued to act and direct, appearing in the Norwegian drama "The Price of Love" (2003) and directing the Norwegian comedy "The King and I" (2004).

Throughout his career, Froge has been a highly respected and prolific actor and director. He was awarded the Norwegian Film Award in 1978 for his work in "The Bridge" and was nominated for the Sørlandet Prize in 2005 for his performance in "The Winter of Our Discontent".

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