Jacoba Jessen was born under the given name Jacoba Karen Marie Hansen on December 23, 1888 in Odense. She was a Danish Actress, known for Klovnen (1926), Bryggerens datter (1912), Præsidenten (1919), Jacoba Jessen's first movie on record is from 1911. She was married to Gerhard Jessen. Jacoba Jessen died on January 7, 1978 in Dänemark. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1934.
Biographical Notes in German: Schauspielerin des dänischen Films, verheiratet mit dem Schauspieler Gerhard Jessen
Jacoba Jessen Filmography [Auszug]
1934: [08.09] Skaf en Sensation (Cast: Værtinde), Directed by Emanuel Gregers, with , , Johannes Meyer,
1933:  Saa til Søs (Cast), Directed by Emanuel Gregers,
1926:  Klovnen (Cast), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Henry Seemann, Peter Nielsen, Mathilde Nielsen,
1921:  Metode i Galskaben (Cast), Directed by Lau Lauritzen sen.,
1919:  Kærlighedens Almagt (Cast: Jeanne), Directed by A.W. Sandberg, with Clara Wieth, Peter Malberg,
1919:  Brændt a' (Cast: Lise), Directed by Lau Lauritzen sen.,
1919: [02.03] Præsidenten (The President) (Cast: Maika), Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, with Halvard Hoff, Elith Pio, Carl Meyer,
1916: [09.25] Hævnens Nat (Blind Justice) (Cast), Directed by Benjamin Christensen, with Benjamin Christensen, Karen Caspersen, Ulla Johansen,
1915: [10.07] Selma fra Øen (Cast: Flora), Directed by Emanuel Gregers, with Emilie Sannom, Rasmus Ottesen,
1912: [08.09] Bryggerens datter (The Brewer's Daughter) (Cast: Bryggeriarbejderske), Directed by Rasmus Ottesen, with Olaf Fønss, Rasmus Ottesen, Emilie Sannom,
1911:  Dyrekøbt Ære (Cast: Nina, Fields), Directed by William Augustinus,
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