Lene Tiemroth was born on July 16, 1943, in Copenhagen, Denmark and died on November 3, 2016.
She was a Danish actress.
She was the daughter of actors Edvin Tiemroth and Clara Østø.
Tiemroth graduated from the Royal Danish Theatre’s Student School in 1966.
Tiemroth then briefly affiliated with the Det Ny Teater before she traveled to the United States to try her luck, though this primarily came to consist of various recordings of drama schools.
Tiemroth was a child actor along with Kjeld Nørgaard.
Tiemroth has performed in many venues, including Gladsaxe Teater, Det Danske Teater, and Husets Teater.
Among the many plays she has appeared include Hedda Gabler, Electra, Cabaret, Macbeth, Uncle Vanya, Threepenny Opera, Faderen and Glasmenageriet.
For several years Lene Tiemroth taught at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance and has been an assistant director on television.
On television, Lene Tiemroth was, in particular, En by i provinsen and Rejseholdet.
In 2001, Lene Tiemroth received a Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her involvement in Italian for Beginners.
Lene Tiemroth passed away at 73 years old.