Viggo Wiehe

Portrait Viggo WieheActor - Danmark
Born December 23, 1874
Died November 30, 1956

Mini-Biography:
Viggo Wiehe was born on December 23, 1874. He was a Danish Actor, known for Den dræbende Gift (1915), Kan Kvinder fejle? (1924), Det store hjerte (1925), Viggo Wiehe's first movie on record is from 1912. Viggo Wiehe died on November 30, 1956. His last motion picture on file dates from 1925.

Viggo Wiehe Filmography [Auszug]
1925: [03.28] Det store hjerte (Cast: Landsretssagfører Storm), Directed by August Blom, with Philip Bech, , Peter Nielsen,
1924: [] Kan Kvinder fejle? (Cast), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Martin Herzberg, , Karina Bell,
1916: [09.25] Hvem er hun? (Cast: Dr. Clark), Directed by Emanuel Gregers, with Bertel Krause, Gerda Christophersen, Nathalie Krause,
1916: [01.08] Det røde Alfabet (Cast), Directed by Holger Rasmussen, with , , ,
1915: [05.17] Den dræbende Gift (Cast: Howard, professor i anatomi), Directed by N. N., with Clara Wieth, Anton de Verdier,
1915: [02.25] Statens Kurér (Cast: Wilson), Directed by Einar Zangenberg, with Anton de Verdier, , ,
1913: [07.17] Dr. Nicholson og den blaa Diamant (Doktor Nicholson and the blue diamond) (Cast: 1. morder), Directed by N. N., with Anton de Verdier, Edith Buemann Psilander, Holger Reenberg,
1912: [06.12] Kansleren kaldet "Den sorte Panter" (Cast: Oberst Graf Runow), Directed by N. N., with , Holger Rasmussen, Einar Zangenberg,

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