• 24 January 1917
  •  Bergen, Norway

Alf Malland


During the Second World War, Alf Malland was a member of the famous Company Linge, named after the actor and captain Martin Linge. In 1951, as an young actor, Malland also worked as a guard, and on Christmas Eve that year, he was shot and seriously wounded by two burglars. Malland became a very popular stage and screen actor for many years, and in 1966, he received the Hugo award at Chicago film festival for the title role in the film: Broder Gabrielsen (1966).


Movie Name Release Date
Ni liv (1957) October 3, 1957