After his father died in office in 1951 he traveled to Copenhagen, where he was bilettør at Hvidovre buses and began the 16-year-old to read by actor Einar Juhl. He went back out to sail with a larger ship and, after signing piccolo in Palladium-cinema and resigned at Nordisk Film. In 1953, he was - among many resigned - appointed the lead engineer apprentice Egon in "Dangerous Youth", and struck through with a bang. Four years after he had the role of pulling the boy Anton in "dregs".
But the more success he got in all eight "Father of four" movies, where he was known as Peter, who was with girlfriend Seas and in 14 of total 18 Morten Korch movies including "Flute Player", "Flint his sons" and "The Vagabond on Bakkegården". More songs by Ib Mossin has sung in the films has become immortal particular "Bornholm, Bornholm, Bornholm," "You are my øjesten" (with Peter Malberg), "Play a Polka, musician," "You go into all hearts with clogs on" (with Poul Reichhardt), "On the way to my girl "and" I read your thoughts. " In the movie "Father of four and uncle Sofus" he sang Serenade Seas along with Ole Ishøy and Preben Kaas. Ib Mossin was in the 1950s Denmark's leading film star and teen idol to a release received 150 fanbreve daily.
He had commitment at the Knight's Hall where he made her debut in "Lykkelige days" and later in the Youth Theater and the Tivoli Theater, where he participated in the "World's richest girl". At Riddersalen the way he met actress Anne-Marie Juhl, whom he married in 1955. He then underwent a 3-year course at a Private School Student Teatrets 1957-1960 and had subsequent exposures in particular Gladsaxe Theater, Allé-scene, Helsingør-Revy, School scene and on tours. Moreover, he appeared as soloist through 18 years across the country and in Norway, Sweden and the Faeroe Islands and had cabaret appearance in "La Blonde" in Tivoli.
In the years 1961-1968, he tried as fiskeskipper and bought his own fishing boat, which he baptized "EMI," which had its seat in Thyborøn Harbor. During the 1960s he was the bottom of honest and talented guy - totally girls - in particular "Næsby Farm" films. He was medinstruktør from Alice O'Fredericks on films like "Battle for Næsby Gaard," "poaching on Næsby Gaard" and "Brothers in Uglegaarden". Moreover, he and co-wrote scripts with Alice O'Fredericks.
In 1968 he received debut as one instructor with a serious social drama "gale warning", however, was a resounding financial failure. He staged the movie "Father of four in the high mood" from 1971 and tried to revive Morten Korch movies with three films in the years 1972-75. His last - less fortunate - the instruction was "Brand Børge moving out." In the 1970s he also continued his career with film actor as "Agent 69 Jensen - I Sagittarius signs" and "Johnny Larsen." Besides the main roles in English movies, he had a leading role in the American film "Every Afternoon." He has however proved that he can play anything other than sport. He probably remembered as the Nazis in a couple of "Matador" section and he was excellent in the role of the old blind Gustav I TV series "For the quiet basin".
Moreover, he was on TV in the "weekly", and "A city in the province." In 1980 he threw over various services including produced and sold him a new anti-smoking remedy. Moreover, he entered audiobooks and he went out and lectured about his long and diverse career. He participated in 1988 in Limfjord Revyen. In 1999, Ib Mossin eringdringsbogen "Filmhelt on time." Read more on Last.fm.
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