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|Born||7 February 1914|
|Died||11 May 1982 (aged 68)|
Sejr Volmer-Sørensen (February 7, 1914 – May 11, 1982) (also known as Volmer-Sørensen and Win Volmer-Sørensen) was a Danish lyricist, actor, director and television host.
Born in Kristianstad, Volmer-Sørensen was adopted by a family of leather merchants. In 1932, he graduated and moved to Paris to train as a pianist and made his debut as a musician at the 1934 Tivoli Concert. In 1950 he joined the Danish broadcaster Danmark Radio, where he became a popular radio and television host, on such shows as Telefonen ringer and På'en igen which he co-hosted with Christian Arhoff. He also hosted the first five Dansk Melodi Grand Prix (Trials for the Eurovision Song Contest).
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