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Birth name Louise Carine Fribo Eriksen
Nationality Danemark
Birth 3 july 1970 (50 years)

Louise Fribo (born July 3, 1970) is a Danish singer, actress and dancer.

Fribo, who studied the violin from age 4 and was trained as a classical dancer from age 7, made her motion picture debut as Lisa in the 1986 Danish feature film Barndommens gade (Childhood's Street) based on a novel by Tove Ditlevsen and directed by Palme d'Or winning director Astrid Henning-Jensen.

Fribo attended from 1986 to 1989 the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts in East Grinstead and made her stage debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Cats at Operettenhaus Hamburg, where she sang the part of Cinderella in Stephen SOndheim's Into the Woods in the 1990-91 season. Her Danish stage debut came in 1991 as Cosette in Les Misérables on Odense Teater.

Fribo graduated from the Royal Danish Opera Academy in 2003 as a coloratura soprano and had her German opera debut as Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos on Theater Lübeck in April 2004. Since then she has sung at several theaters in Europe - in 2006 she participated in the Salzburg Festival - and in 2011 she made her U.S. debut singing in the Michael Sturminger opera The Infernal Comedy alongside John Malkovich.

Louise Fribo also gives concerts in Danish with Bent Fabricius Bjerre, and she gives church concerts.

She is the voice of Belle in the Danish dubbing of Disney's Beauty and the Beast and its sequels. She's also the voice of Ariel in The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea and The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning taking over the part from Sissel Kyrkjebo.

On October 24, 2012 Louise Fribo created the role of Christine Daaé in Love Never Dies at the Det Ny Teater in Denmark. In 2015 she returned there to play the Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music.

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Filmography of Louise Fribo (2 films)

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Help! I'm A Fish, 1h20
Directed by Phil Nibbelink, Michael Hegner, Stefan Fjeldmark
Origin Danemark
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Mise en scène d'un poisson, Children's films
Actors Aaron Paul, Terry Jones, Søren Sætter-Lassen, Alan Rickman, Paprika Steen, Dick Kaysø
Roles Sasha (voice)
Rating59% 2.960572.960572.960572.960572.96057
The film follows the adventures of three children: a skateboarding mischief-maker named Fly, his sweet younger sister, Stella, and their cousin Chuck, a cautious, intelligent and overweight genetics prodigy. When their babysitter, Aunt Anna, falls asleep, the three children sneak off to go fishing only to stumble across the boathouse home of Professor MacKrill, an eccentric marine biologist. Reasoning that climate change could melt the polar icecaps within the next century, MacKrill has developed a potion that turns people into fish so they can survive the rising sea level and also an antidote to reverse the process. Unbeknownst to all, Stella drinks the potion, is transformed into a starfish and gets tossed out of the window into the sea. Since Stella's transformation was caught on camera, the tragedy is immediately discovered, so Fly, Chuck and Professor MacKrill head out onto the ocean in a desperate search. When a storm blows in, Fly recognizes the futility of their search, drinks the potion and jumps overboard, becoming a "Californian Flyfish". The boat capsizes and, because Chuck cannot swim, he's forced to drink the potion to survive, becoming a jellyfish. The Professor, the boat and all of its contents sinks beneath the waves.
Early Spring, 1h30
Directed by Astrid Henning-Jensen
Origin Danemark
Genres Drama
Actors Sofie Gråbøl, Carl Quist Møller, Louise Fribo, Else Petersen, Lene Brøndum
Roles Lisa (as Louise Fribo Eriksen)
Rating61% 3.0967353.0967353.0967353.0967353.096735