1 October 1944 |
|Occupation||singer, actor, revue writer and director|
|Known for||Leader of the show group Dizzie Tunes for about forty years|
|Awards||Leonard Statuette (1990)
King's Medal of Merit in gold (2002)
Yngvar Numme (born 1 October 1944 in Porsgrunn, Norway) is a Norwegian singer, actor, revue writer and director. He is particularly known for his central role in the show group Dizzie Tunes for about forty years, one of the most successful ensembles in Norwegian entertainment. He was awarded the Leonard Statuette in 1990, and Dizzie Tunes received the same award in 1993.
He also voiced in the animated film, "Løvenes Konge" (Norwegian version of The Lion King) and voiced for The Chronicler in the Norwegian dub for The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon video game released in 2008. Numme is also father to Thomas Numme.
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