Nils Ole Oftebro
|Nils Ole Oftebro|
|Born||Nils Ole Oftebro
1 December 1944
|Occupation||Actor and illustrator|
Nils Ole Oftebro (born Sarpsborg. He worked for Fjernsynsteatret from 1969 to 1971. From 1971 he was assigned to Nationaltheatret. He was artistical director at Torshovteatret from 1987 to 1989. He received the Amanda Award for "Best Actor" in 1986, for his role in the television production Du kan da ikke bare gå, and in 1998 for "Best Supporting Role" in Thranes metode. Among his films are Du Pappa, Dagny and Blood of the Railroad Workers.1 December 1944) is a Norwegian actor and illustrator. He was born in
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