Tore Renberg Net Worth

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Tore Renberg Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Tore Renberg (born 1972) made his literary debut in 1995 with the collection of short prose Sovende floke (Sleeping Tangle) for which he won the prestigious Tarjei Vesaas' Debutant Prize. Since then he has written several novels and children's books, one collection of prose and made one book of collages. In 2004 he was selected one of the ten best writers in Norway under 35 by the Norwegian Festival of Literature and the influential weekly newspaper Morgenbladet. Enthusiastically received by critics in both Norway and Sweden, the novel Mannen som elsket Yngve (The Man Who Loved Yngve) (2003) was also Renberg’s definite mainstream breakthrough. So far the novel has sold 120.000 copies in Norway. Its loose sequel Kompani Orheim (The Orheim Company) (2005) was received equally well and won Norway’s most prestigious readers’ prize, the NRK P2 Listener’s Prize, and was nominated for the Brage Prize.In 2006, Renberg published the two short novels Farmor har kabel-TV / Videogutten (Grandma's Got Cable TV / Video Boy) in one volume. Renberg then wrote the script for the film version of The Man Who Loved Yngve, which was an instant success when it appeared in Norwegian cinemas in 2008, selling more than 174.000 tickets. The film eventually won four Amanda prizes, including the prize for best Norwegian film, and was nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize. In November 2008 the film won the award for best film at the Nordic film festival in Lübeck, Germany. A short film based on Video Boy will appear on the big screen in 2011-2012.The third book in the series of freestanding novels about Jarle Klepp, Charlotte Isabel Hansen, was released in 2008, again to critical acclaim. A great success among bookreaders, it won the Norwegian Booksellers' Prize the same autumn and was made into a film in 2011, once again with Renberg as the script writer. Renberg's second novel about Jarle Klepp, Kompani Orheim, was made into a film in 2012.During the 90s Renberg distinguished himself as a literary critic, working in the literary magazine Vagant and hosting the literary television programme Leseforeningen on NRK. In addition to writing the film script for The Man who Loved Yngve, he has written the script for the movie 'Alt for Egil' (2004). Renberg is also a musician, and has played in a number of bands.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthAugust 3, 1972
Place Of BirthStavanger, Rogaland, Norway
ProfessionWriter, Actor, Composer
Star SignLeo


Kompani Orheim2012novel
Videogutten2011Short writer
Jeg reiser alene2011
Mannen som elsket Yngve2008novel / screenplay
Alt for Egil2004


Leseforeningen1998TV SeriesProgramleder


Alt for Egil2004


Nytt på nytt2013-2016TV SeriesHimself
Lindmo2012-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Åpen post2001TV SeriesHimself

Nominated Awards

2008Nordic Council's Film PrizeNordic CouncilMannen som elsket Yngve (2008)

Known for movies

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