It was a happy Jakob Oftebro, who met up on the red carpet on Thursday evening in the K. B. Hall in order to attend this year's Zulu Awards.
It is otherwise not much has to be the 33-year-old actor in public the last time. A few months ago, he had been involved in a violent accident during the filming of the series 'Hamilton'.
Here hit the contents of a molotov cocktail, the Norwegian actor, and he was hospitalized with andengradsforbrændinger subsequent.
today, he has however much better, and the damage is almost not to see in his face.
- It is quite amazing to be back and get into the fight. It is really nice, and I have it really good, it sounded from the Norwegian actor.
On the red carpet, revealed Jakob Oftebro also, that he is soon to be a father. Photo: Mogens Flindt
According to Jakob Oftebro, however, it has not been easy to get on top again. It has required blood, sweat, tears and a variety of treatments.
- It has been a tough battle, and it has been hard, but it has been great, because I have had very good friends who have supported me. Thankfully it's gone well.
- Your face means a lot to an actor, so it's great that it has been so good.
Jakob Oftebro has previously told openly about the serious accident to the media. According to Oftebro went there a long time, before he really understood what had happened during the accident.
I understood really nothing. I closed my eyes, took me to the head and rolled around. I understood that there had been something terrible. The worst was when I was sitting on all four and had been brandslukket in the head. I had burned me in the face. The time away, into the ambulance and I got the dressing was the hardest. I didn't know how bad it was, he has previously told the Norwegian newspaper VG.
To NRK he clarified that his face was scarred by fire damage after the accident.
- It is so not good in the beginning. I got burned the very skin away, and there was inflammation in it. It was disgusting. And I did not know to what extent it was, if I came to see normally again, he explained.
Although Jacob Oftebros damage in the face of today almost not to see, he must keep from the sun for up to three years, so that his skin gets the opportunity to heal.