Hauk Aabel

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Hauk Aabel
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Born 21 April 1869[1]
Førde, Norway[1]
Died 12 December 1961
Oslo, Norway

Hauk Erlendssøn Aabel (21 April 1869 – 12 December 1961) was a popular Norwegian comedian and actor in Norwegian and Swedish silent film.

Career[edit]

Aabel made his début on stage on 11 October 1897 at the Christiania Theatre in Oslo, and was a prominent actor in the Norwegian theatre.[1] In 1917, he began appearing in silent films in Sweden. He then returned to Norway in 1927, where he worked in many films, including several after the advent of sound. He made his last film in 1938, aged 71.

Hauk Aabel was a reserve officer (Norwegian: vernepliktig officer) in the Norwegian Army, with the rank of First Lieutenant.[1]

He was the informant who provided sounding material to the pioneering linguistic study of Haugen and Joos in 1952, called Tone and Intonation in East Norwegian.

His son Per Aabel was also a popular comic actor in Norwegian films. Aabel died in 1961.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Petersen, Alf (1936). "Aabel, Hauk Erlandsson". Den norske hærs vernepliktige officerer: 1864-1933 (in Norwegian). Oslo: A. M. Hanche. p. 33. 

External links[edit]

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