Helga Wendelborg

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About Helga Wendelborg

Helga Wendelborg (born December 28 1941) is a Norwegian actress. Helga Wendelborg was educated as an actress at Trøndelag Theatre, where she also worked for most of her career. She was a student at the theatre from 1961 to 1964.

She is a versatile artist with experience from most types of plays: Operettas, musicals, dramas, farces, comedies, theatre for children, cabarets.

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    Helga Wendelborg had the role of Turid Kotum in the theatre's popular dramatisation ofBerlin Poplars, and she took part in Trondheim Open I and II. She was also responsible for the theatre's Eventyrstunder for barn* (Fairytale sessions for children).

    Among the other plays she has had roles in are Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, the adaption of Johan Bojer's novel The Last of the Vikings, Anne B. Ragde's Pastures Green, Holberg's The Fussy Man, Willy Ustad's Tyskertøs and Tarjei Vesaas' The Birds.

    Helga Wendelborg also has worked for The Norwegian Touring Theatre.

    Helga Wendelborg retired in 2011. Her farewell performance was in A Slight Ache by Harold Pinter.

    Helga Wendelborg was nominated for The Hedda Award 2007 in the best supporting actress category for the role of Oddrun in Public Health by Carl Frode Tiller, produced by Trøndelag Theatre.

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    The Hedda Award

    Trøndelag Theatre

    *Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

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