Annette Stroyberg

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Annette Strøyberg
Born Annette Susanne Strøyberg
7 December 1936
Rynkeby, Kerteminde Municipality, Denmark
Died 12 December 2005(2005-12-12) (aged 69)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Cause of death Cancer
Occupation Actress
Years active 1959–1965
Spouse(s) Roger Vadim
(m. 1958; div. 1960)

(?, divorced)
Gregory Callimanopulos
(?, divorced)
Partner(s) Vittorio Gassman
Children 3

Annette Strøyberg (7 December 1936[1] – 12 December 2005) was a Danish actress. Her films included Les Liaisons dangereuses (1959), which was directed by her first husband, Roger Vadim.

Annette Strøyberg was born on either 12 December 1934[2][3] or 7 December 1936[4] in the village of Rynkeby, Kerteminde Municipality, Denmark, and is related to Danish actress Camilla Soeberg as the cousin of Camilla's mother.[5] Prior to 1958, Stroyberg appeared as a cover girl, most notably in an advertisement for Tuborg beer.[6] In 1959, she appeared in the film Les Liaisons dangereuses, directed by Roger Vadim, starring Gérard Philipe and Jeanne Moreau. During this production, she and Roger Vadim, a recent divorcé from Brigitte Bardot, fell in love and married[7] on 17 June 1958. She gave birth to Nathalie Vadim,[8] who went on to be a film director.

Strøyberg and Vadim divorced in 1960. Having lived with Vittorio Gassman for a couple of years, and had liaisons with Alain Delon, Omar Sharif and Warren Beatty, Stroyberg married a French Moroccan, enrolled at the Sorbonne and divided her time between Paris and north Africa. When this marriage ended, she married a Greek shipping magnate, Gregory Callimanopulos, and settled in America. In February 1986, former husband Vadim published Bardot, Deneuve, Fonda -- My Life With the Three Most Beautiful Women in the World, a book about Vadim's relationships in which Stroyberg is written as passing "in and out of the other four lives" such that there is at least as much in the book about Stroyberg as the three women named in the book title.[9] After the break-up of her relationship with Callimanopulos in the early 1990s, she returned to Europe, living in Paris and Copenhagen, where she was part of the circle around Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik. She had three children, one from each of her marriages.[10]

She died of cancer in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 12 December 2005.[4][11]

Selected filmography[edit]


  1. ^ Danish Church Records for Rynkeby sogn, Denmark. "Arkivalieronline". Danish Church Records. Retrieved 2016-09-18. 
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  4. ^ a b Annette Stroyberg (December 20, 2005), "Obituary: Annette Strøyberg", Liverpool Daily Post, p. 13, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  5. ^ William Arnold (8 June 1994), "Danish Superstar Returns To Acting After 'Having A Life'", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. C1 
  6. ^ Jean-Luc Douin (17 December 2005), "Annette Stroyberg", Le Monde, p. 37, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  7. ^ Marian Christy (23 April 1986), "'Mr. Kiss and Tell'", Boston Globe, p. 61, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  8. ^ John-Thor Dahlburg (12 February 2000), "Roger Vadim, 72; French Filmmaker And Romancer", Los Angeles Times, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  9. ^ Bill Cosford (8 May 1986), "Beauties And The Beast", Miami Herald, p. 1B, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  10. ^ Ronald Bergan (21 December 2005), "Annette Stroyberg - Sensuous film actor unsuited to the role of Brigitte Bardot", The Guardian, retrieved 26 January 2014 
  11. ^ "Annette Stroyberg". The Times. 17 December 2005. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 

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