Lars Øyno biography

Lars Øyno

Playwright, Film actor

1955 –

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Who is Lars Øyno?

Lars Øyno is a Norwegian actor, director and playwright who lives and works in Oslo.

He was educated at the National Academy of Theater 1981-1984. He worked as an actor at the Trøndelag Teater 1984-1992.

Øyno has portrayed his countryman Knut Hamsun in the eponymous Norwegian mini-series. He also participated in movies such as Bat Wings and O' Horten.

From 1992 Øyno has managed the underground theatre Grusomhetens Teater, now situated at Hausmania in Oslo. His theatrical ideology is inspired by the visions of Antonin Artaud.

Performances he has created and directed at Grusomhetens Teater include:

Revolutionary Messages

Amazonas

What a Glorious Day! An hommage to Bendik Riis

Last Song

Mountain Bird

Theatre and Science

The Ugly Duckling

The Spurt of Blood

The Gospel according to Thomas

The Dollhouse

Peer Gynt

Alaska

Poetries

Black Sun

The Philosopher's Stone

Woyzeck

Storyteller

The Road to Heaven

The World of Jotner

To Have Dealt With the Judgement of God

Peace

Elagabal

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Born
1955
Nationality
  • Norway
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on July 23, 2013

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