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Also Known As: Astrid Smahl Died: January 7, 2002
Born: December 10, 1914 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Denmark Profession: director, screenwriter, actor

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Astrid Henning-Jensen worked on a variety of projects during Henning-Jensen's entertainment career. This celebrity began her career as a stage actress. In 1943, this celebrity collaborated with her husband on "SOS Kindtand" and "Nar man kun er ung." Henning-Jensen started off Henning-Jensen's entertainment career directing independent films like the dramatic adaptation "Paw" (1970) with Jimmy Sterman and "Vinterboern" (1978). Henning-Jensen continued to work in film in the eighties and the nineties, directing motion pictures like "Oejeblikket" (1980) and the drama "Barndommens gade" (1986) with Sofie Grabol. In addition to Henning-Jensen's directing, Henning-Jensen also appeared on-screen in "The Element of Crime" (1987) with Michael Elphick. Henning-Jensen last directed the Mette Maria Ahrenkiel drama "Bella, Min Bella" (1996). Henning-Jensen's husband was Bjarne Henning-Jensen. Henning-Jensen passed away in January 2002 at the age of 88.

Astrid Henning-Jensen worked on a variety of projects during Henning-Jensen's entertainment career. This celebrity began her career as a stage actress. In 1943, this celebrity collaborated with her husband on "SOS Kindtand" and "Nar man kun er ung." Henning-Jensen started off Henning-Jensen's entertainment career directing independent films like the dramatic adaptation "Paw" (1970) with Jimmy Sterman and "Vinterboern" (1978). Henning-Jensen continued to work in film in the eighties and the nineties, directing motion pictures like "Oejeblikket" (1980) and the drama "Barndommens gade" (1986) with Sofie Grabol. In addition to Henning-Jensen's directing, Henning-Jensen also appeared on-screen in "The Element of Crime" (1987) with Michael Elphick. Henning-Jensen last directed the Mette Maria Ahrenkiel drama "Bella, Min Bella" (1996). Henning-Jensen's husband was Bjarne Henning-Jensen. Henning-Jensen passed away in January 2002 at the age of 88.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Bella, Min Bella (1996) Director
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  Barndommens gade (1986) Director
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  Oejeblikket (1980) Director
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  Vinterboern (1978) Director
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  Boy of Two Worlds (1970) Director
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  Hest pa sommerferie (1959) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Element of Crime, The (1984) Housekeeper
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Began her career as a stage actress
1943:
Collaborated with her husband on "SOS Kindtand" and "Nar man kun er ung"

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husband:
Bjarne Henning-Jensen. Director-writer.

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