Edward Fleming was born Flemming Møller on July 25, 1924 in Farum, Copenhagen, Denmark. Fleming was a Danish actor and film director. His acting career started in the theater at the New Theatre in Summer in Tyrol, and he also enjoyed dancing exposures in Paris.
He later became known as a film director, where he directed such films as “Og så er der bal bagefter” (1970), “Den korte sommer” (1976), “Rend mig i traditionerne” (1979), “De uanstændige” (1983), “Den kroniske uskyld” (1985) and “Sidste akt” (1987).
On television, he starred in the series ‘En by i provinsen’.
Edward appeared in only on Euro-western as Stort brod in “Gold for the Tough Guys of the Prairie” (1971).
Fleming died in Denmark on June 12, 1992.
Today we remember Edward Fleming on what would have been his 90th birthday.
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