Lars Brygmann Biography
Lars Brygmann is a Danish actor born on 17 February 1957 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is known for recurring roles on many popular Danish television shows such as, Stealing Rembrandt, Dicte: Crime Reporter and A Funny Man. He is the brother of Martin Brygmann and Jens Brygmann.
He was educated at the private actors school Tsarens Hof in 1987 and has since then been connected with the theaters Får302, Dr. Dante, Mungo Park, and Østre Gasværk Teater. His debut on film and TV was in 1995.
Lars Brygmann Age
Lars was born on 17 February 1957 in Copenhagen, Denmark (61 years as of 2018)
Lars Brygmann Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $300,000
Lars Brygmann Wife and Children
He was married to the TV host Katrine Salomon in 2000. They have a daughter Fernanda Brygmann Salomon and a son Carlo Brygmann Salomon.
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Lars Brygmann Filmography
- 1995- Elsker, elsker ikke
- 1997 -En stille død
- 1997 -Sekten
- 1997 -Frøken Smillas fornemmelse for sne
- 1998- Festen
- 1998 -Albert
- 2000- Bænken
- 2003- En som Hodder
- 2003- Arven
- 2003- Rembrandt
- 2004 -Kongekabale
- 2004 -Lad de små børn…
- 2005 -Fluerne på væggen
- 2005 -Unge Andersen
- 2007 -Til døden os skiller
- 2008 -Den du frygter
- 2008 -En Forelskelse
- 2011 -Skyscraper
- 2011 -A Funny Man
- Juletestamentet (Christmas special on TV 2, 1995)
- TAXA (DR)
- Edderkoppen (DR)
- Rejseholdet (DR)
- Forsvar (TV 2)
- Dicte (TV 2)
Lars Brygmann Dicte
A divorced journalist returns to her home town, despite harbouring painful memories of growing up there. Though stubborn and determined, she’s still haunted by her past and often finds herself focusing on news stories that open old wounds.
Nominations: Robert Award for Best Danish TV Series,MORE
Writers : Dorte Warnøe Høgh , Ida Maria Rydén
Executive producers: Peter Bose, Jonas Allen, Christian Potalivo
Lars Brygmann Latest News
Martin Brygmann gets nervous dreams when he meets his brother and actor, Lars Brygmann. He says in a big interview in the magazine “Psychology”.
Updated:August 9, 2011
As the youngest in a siblings flock of four, Martin evolved to become a tinker of rank. It was his way of dealing with the physically stronger brothers. For example, he could pinch chips into the keyhole when the six-year-old Lars had a baby visit to his room.
And just as good Martin was tough, he was just as good as to escape from the penalty. Childhood healing words have followed the brothers throughout their lives.
“Of course, we are all adults now, but there is still something in the curtains still. As a child, I could not pass one of my brothers without just blowing my shoulder. OUCH!! Even today, when I’m with Lars, and maybe we’ve bothered each other a bit, and then I walk past him – so I pull myself a little on one side and take my arms up against my shoulder. Because that could well be a blow .., says Martin Brygmann to the magazine.