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Ole Søltoft (8 January 1941 - 9 May 1999) was a Danish actor who became an icon of the 1970s wave of Danish erotic feature film comedies. For over a decade he starred or co-starred in nearly all notable film in this genre and became hopelessly typecast, usually playing naive, likeable guys with a healthy sexual appetite. He is especially remembered for the Bedside-films and Zodiac-films, though his big breakthrough was as the romantic lead in Annelise Meineche's Sytten (1965).


  • Gøngehøvdingen (1961)
  • Den Kære familie (1962)
  • Halløj i himmelsengen (1965)
  • Sytten (1965)
  • Een pige og 39 sømænd (1965)
  • Tre små piger (1966)
  • Min søsters børn (1966)
  • Soyas tagsten (1966)
  • Far laver sovsen (1967)
  • Sangen om den røde rubin (1970)
  • Mazurka på sengekanten (1970)
  • Hurra for de blå husarer (1970)
  • Tandlæge på sengekanten (1971)
  • Dagmars Heta Trosor (1971)
  • Rektor på sengekanten (1972)
  • Dan Ma jiao wa (1973)
  • I Jomfruens tegn (1973)
  • Romantik på sengekanten (1973)
  • Revykøbing kalder (1973)
  • Den Meget talende barber (1974)
  • Champagnegalopp (1975) - Ole plays "Jack" in this adaptation of the classic English erotic novel The Way of a Man with a Maid. The film was released in the UK as What the Swedish Butler Saw.
  • Der må være en sengekant (1975)
  • I Tvillingernes tegn (1975)
  • Hopla på sengekanten (1976)
  • I Løvens tegn (1976)
  • Sømænd på sengekanten (1976)
  • Affæren i Mølleby (1976)
  • Agent 69 Jensen i Skorpionens tegn (1977)
  • Piger til søs (1977)
  • Agent 69 Jensen i Skyttens tegn (1978)

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