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Gunnar Haugan

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Gunnar Haugan 1 August 1925 – 29 September 2009 was a Norwegian character actor Haugan was perhaps best known for his comedy role in the radio program Hørerøret which was broadcast by Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation in 1966-67

Haugan also appeared on the television comedy series Wesensteen from 1967 until 1970 He later appeared in the television shows Og takk for det 1969, Fleksnes Fataliteter 1972 and Herfra til Haglemoen 1980 In 1972, he worked together with Rolv Wesenlund in the Norwegian satirical comedy film Norske byggeklosser which was directed by Pål Bang-Hansen

References

  1. ^ "Radioprofilen Gunnar Haugan er død" Aftenposten 29 September 2009 Archived from the original on 29 June 2011 Retrieved February 2013  Check date values in: |access-date= help
  2. ^ "Hørerøret av Gunnar Haugan" Adlibris Retrieved 2015-08-01 
  3. ^ "Gunnar Haugan i Hørerøret" NRK Kultur og underholdning 2004-10-25 Retrieved 2015-08-01 
  4. ^ Svendsen, Trond Olav Helle, Knut, ed "Pål Bang-Hansen" Norsk biografisk leksikon Kunnskapsforlaget Retrieved 2015-08-01 

External links

  • NRK Norgesglasset
  • Gunnar Haugan on IMDb
  • ABC Startsiden


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