Espen Skjønberg (born April 7 1924) is a Norwegian actor.
His parents were the actors Conrad Eugen Skjønberg (1889–1971) and Henny Bucher Eide, later Henny Skjønberg (1886–1973), and from 1959 he was married to actress Mona Hofland (24.06.1929-11.02.2010).
Espen Skjønberg grew up within theatre with well-known actors as parents, and he had his first parts when he was still a child. He and his peer Toralv Maurstad were travelling boys fighting in the movie Fant 1937, and he was among the teenagers in De vergeløse* (The Guardless) in 1939. After a time studying at The Norwegian Theatre, with visiting performances at Chat Noir 1945 he got a student contract at The National Theatre in 1946, staying for three years, mostly in smaller parts. After a short term in Stavanger he initiated a ten-year working period at Det Nye Teater - which was later to become Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre) - in 1949, staying on with Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre) until 1966 or 1967. After a year or two at The Norwegian Theatre he was an employee of The National Theatre from 1968 to 1995.
*Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.
Knut Mørch Hansson (født 16. april 1920 i Alexandria, Egypt, død 3. desember 1994 i Oslo) var en norsk skuespiller.
Biografien om Knut M. Hansson ble skrevet av Thoralf Berg, tidligere professor ved Høyskolen i Sør-Trøndelag. Gjengitt med tillatelse fra forfatteren.
Signe Becker was educated as a stage designer at The Norwegian Theatre Academy in Fredrikstad, Østfold University College, and has a master in visual communication from Oslo National Academy of the Arts.