NationalitéDanemark Naissance 11 janvier 1913 à Aarhus (Danemark) Mort 13 avril 1980 (à 67 ans) à Frederiksberg (Danemark)
Karl Stegger (11 January 1913 in Aarhus – 13 April 1980 in Frederiksberg) was a Danish actor, who appeared in 157 films which makes him the most used Danish actor.
He mostly appeared in comedy, but also had some serious roles e.g. as the vicar in Præsten i Vejlby (based on the Steen Steensen Blicher drama). He became famous in 1955 when he replaced Ib Schønberg as the Dad in the popular Far-til-Fire-film series (Daddy of Four). Later he appeared in several Olsen Gang-movies and the TV series Matador as Consul Holm.
Réalisé parErik Balling OrigineDanemark GenresComédie, Policier ThèmesHold up ActeursOve Sprogøe, Morten Grunwald, Kirsten Walther, Poul Arne Bundgaard, Axel Strøbye, Jes Holtsø Rôle Port Control Note70% After last robbery, Olsen Gang went to Majorca, but without any money, as Benny and Kjeld accidentally threw loot to the garbage bin. Egon breaks to the local restaurant to get back on track with the finances, unfortunately he's caught and whole gang returns to Denmark. After some time Egon is released; Kjeld and Benny are waiting for him but Egon abandons them: He has been hired by Stock Broker Holm Hansen to open a safe in Switzerland belonging to his deceased associate. Egon demands 25% of the value equivalent of the contents of the safe as payment for his work. Holm Hansen agree, but has his Swiss henchman double-cross Egon once the safe is open and leave him at the mercy of the Swiss police. Egon escapes though, and makes it back to Denmark, where he reunites with Benny and Kjeld with a new plan to exact revenge and claim his payment.