Pauline Rehne was born on Jul 11, 1954 in Denmark. Pauline Rehne's big-screen debut came with Pengene eller livet directed by Henning Carlsen in 1982.
Danish actress Pauline Rehné was born in Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark. She applied to "Odense Skuespillerskole" in 1979 and finished her education in 1983. In her long actress career she had performed on-stage in many Danish theater stages, among other things: "Folketeatret", "Betty Nansen Teatret", "Ålborg Teater", "Husets Teater" and "Nørrebros Teater".Pauline is very experienced concerning what it takes to been a good actress. She is hard-working and is maybe the best danish actress in her own age. Simultaneously she is a great cartoon dubber, and had been dubbing more than hundreds of dubbing projects since the end of the 80s. In 2002, she was chosen as the Danish voice of the idealistic, good and pure Manga animated boy young Gohan, in the animated Manga series Dragon Ball Z (1989). But her most important and successful Danish voice among danish children and families is the voice of Cow in the Danish version of Cow and Chicken (1997).Pauline has taken part in a few movies. In her debut movie Pengene eller livet (1982), she actually has the leading part. In her second movie, Ondt blod (1996), she played a supporting role as actor Jens Okking's wife. Pauline also made a few appearances on TV, in the two famous Danish series Madsen og Co. (1996) and Forsvar (2003).
BirthdayJul 11, 1954
Place of BirthCopenhagen, Denmark