the Seas Egelind has been a part of the Danish film - and tv-industry since the 1980s and has played a myriad of different roles - women and men, young and old.
She has, in short, tried a little of each.
This is because according to her, especially that she the later years of his career has made a virtue out of the fact that education and learning is not only something that belongs to the youth to.
- I believe that life is to be curious. To continue to take up the challenge and to continue to explore life, she says.
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In the fifth and definitely final season of the tv series 'Rita', who in these weeks rolls over the screen, plays the Seas Egelind as one of the show's many quirky personalities.
Her character, Gerd, is an eccentric woman who takes on the evening and are taught by Rita, played by Mille Dinesen - in the English language to be able to continue on unemployment benefits. An older woman, not pale, to continue to learn.
is Sea Egelind happy with his own age. Especially because, according to her is much cooler to be up in the years in film - and tv-industry today than it was just ten years ago.
- Now there is opened for that people in my generation have something exciting to participate in. It is as if one is allowed to be a little older, she says.
Seas Egelind plays Gerd who are taking a new evening courses in English, in the fifth and final season of the TV2-series "Rita". Photo: Per Arnesen/TV 2/Free
This applies to both society in general and in particular for the film and fashion industry, she believes.
in the past acted film, with older actors in the lead role, in her opinion, most often about, that they are in their life's fall, and that they are soon to die.
But today it is relatively normal to see an older model on the catwalk, or an older female actor in the leading role in an action movie, considers the Seas Egelind.
She refers among other things to the film 'Terminator: the Dark Fate' from last year, the 63-year-old actress Linda Hamilton in the lead role.
- To be older is not shameful in any way. And why should we not have just as much to say as the younger generation?, ask Seas Egelind rhetorical.
She can even notice that today there are far more roles to get in the movies and on tv for a woman of her age, than there was a few years ago.
- It is positive, that it seems to change. I do not think that the number of the offers I get are dropped. That, I believe, have much to do, she says.
Seas Egelind is especially known from his comic partnership with actress Kirsten Lehfeldt and from the tv series 'Lærkevej'.
She is the mother of two adult daughters: a 27-year-old Carla, and the 32-year-old Molly Egelind, who also is an actor, and among other things, have the lead role in TV2 Charlie-the series 'nursing school'.
'Rita' can be seen Monday at 20 on TV2 and on TV2 Play. While Mille Dinesen takes the title role, is seen Lise Baastrup, Nikolaj Groth, Carsten Bjørnlund and anja vang kragh in the supporting roles.