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Tore Segelcke Net Worth

Tore Segelcke Net Worth is
$250,000

Tore Segelcke Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Tore Dyveke Segelcke (born Løkkeberg in Fredrikstad, 23 April 1901, died in Oslo, 22 September 1979) was a Norwegian actress.She was the sister of Georg Løkkeberg; and married from 1927-42 to her colleague Lasse Segelcke, and from 1945-1959 to Dr Anton Raabe.She made her debut in 1921 touring with Det Norske Teatret where she was based until 1924. From then on she worked with Det Frie Teater, and then joined the Den Nationale Scene. In 1928 she went to Nationaltheatret, where she stayed until 1972, apart from two years (1933-35) at Det Nye Teater. In her time, she was one of Nationaltheatret's leading actresses in both classical and modern dramatics. She took a total of 104 roles at Nationaltheateret. [1].In the 1950s, Segelcke shaped her own Individual Theatre. In 1954, she went to many European cities with her "One Woman Show", with extracts from Bjørnson's Bergliot, Medea by Jean Anouilh and Din stemme by Jean Cocteau. It was a great success, and she toured the USA in 1956 and 1958.Durin her marriage to Anton Raabes, they worked to restore many old houses, and they built up many old farm houses and old buildings: Bjørnsgård in Bogstadvannet, Oslo (1930-1955); Uppigard Streitlien (today Folldal bygdetun) in Folldal from 1942-57; and Huldreheimen in Bykle [2]. From 1959 onwards, she spent many summers in Folldal.From 1944-45 she was the theatre representative for the Home Front.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 23, 1901
Died1979-09-22
Place Of BirthFredrikstad, Norway
ProfessionActress
Star SignTaurus
#Fact
1Sister of stage & screen actor Georg Løkkeberg.

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Øyeblikket1977Moren
Face to Face1976The Woman
Faderen1969TV MovieAmmen
De gamles julaften1962TV MovieFrøken Clara Carstensen
Syndere i sommersol1934Erna
Den store barnedåpen1931Astrid
Farende folk1922En ung pike (uncredited)

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Intim ruta1961TV SeriesHerself - Guest

Known for movies


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