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Viggo Wiehe (1874–1956)

Viggo Wiehe was born on December 23, 1874 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was an actor, known for Kan Kvinder fejle? (1924), Doctor Nicholson and the Blue Diamond (1913) and Under Møllevingen (1913). He died on November 30, 1956 in Denmark. See full bio »


(age 81) in Denmark

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Kan Kvinder fejle? Col. Næsby
Den dræbende Gift Prof. Howard


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 1947 Røverne fra Rold
 1946 Far betaler
Ansat i skattevæsnet
 1942 Naar bønder elsker
Pastor Thomsen
 1941 Thummelumsen
 1940 Sommerglæder
 1938 Under byens tage
Rektor Engberg
 1938 Kongen bød
 1932 Han, hun og Hamlet
En ældre mand
 1925 Stamherren
Dr. Paaske
 1925 Det store hjerte
Storm - Barrister
 1924 Kan Kvinder fejle?
Col. Næsby
 1923 Daarskab, dyd og driverter
The Count
 1922 Art and the Woman
Capt. Anker
 1922 Der var engang
 1922 The Vicar of Vejlby
Søren Quist - Sognepræsten i Vejlby
 1920 Leaves From Satan's Book
Count de Chambord (third sequence)
 1918 Slægternes Kamp
Ejvin's Father
 1916 Hvem er hun?
Dr. Clark
 1916 Mørkets Fyrste
Count Brisson
 1915 Den farlige Haand
Raffel - Detective
 1915 Zirli
Count du Furnille
 1915 Den dræbende Gift
Prof. Howard
 1915 Statens Kurér (Short)
 1912 True Love (Short)
 1912 Kansleren kaldet [Den sorte Panter] (Short)
Oberst Runow
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