Adam Poulsen was born on November 19, 1879 in Kopenhagen. He was a Danish Actor, known for Dorian Grays Portræt (1910), Elskovsleg (1910), Djævlesonaten (1910), Adam Poulsen's first movie on record is from 1910. Adam Poulsen died on June 30, 1969 in Kopenhagen. His last motion picture on file dates from 1914.
Biographical Notes in German: Sohn des Schauspielers Emil Poulsen, Theaterdebüt im Dagmarteatret 1901, von
1903-1905 am Volkstheater, Tourneen in Berlin und Wien, Königliches Theater
1909-1911. Filmdebüt 1910 in "Et gensyn", später Direktor des Schwedischen
Theaters in Helsingfors, 1920 bis 1928 Tourneen ua in New York und Chicago,
1930 Direktor des Könglichen Theaters.
Bruder des Schauspielers Johannes Poulsen
Adam Poulsen Filmography [Auszug]
1914: [02.23] Af Elskovs Naade (Acquitted, Was she justified?) (Cast: Grev Willy von Teyn), Directed by August Blom, with Betty Nansen, Carl Lauritzen,
1913: [11.05] Scenens børn (Cast: Charles Lacour, skuespiller), Directed by Bjørn Bjørnson, with Bjørn Bjørnson, Bodil Ipsen,
1913: [09.08] Luftskipperen (Cast: Fritz, luftakrobat), Directed by N. N., with Nathalie Krause, ,
1912: [06.25] Onkel og Nevø (Uncle and Nephew) (Cast: Professor Tarm), Directed by August Blom, with Clara Wieth, Valdemar Psilander,
1910: [10/15] Djævlesonaten (Cast), with Clara Wieth, Johannes Poulsen,
1910: [10.06] Dorian Grays Portræt (Cast), Directed by Axel Strøm, with Valdemar Psilander, Clara Wieth,
1910:  Et Menneskeliv (Cast), Directed by Sven Lange, with Clara Wieth, Axel Strøm,
1910: [05.16] Elskovsleg (Cast: Doktor Moran), Directed by N. N., with Johannes Poulsen, Clara Wieth,
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