Who is … Julie Zangenberg?

January 21st, 2012 7:46 am| by admin
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She is a Danish actress.

 

Why should I care
Fair point. It’s just that if you’re interested in gossip, you might wish to know Zangenberg is currently dating Danish footballer Nicklas Bendtner, who plays in the English Premier League.

 

I think I’ve seen her face on TV …
You might have seen her in TV2s julekalender, ‘Ludvig og julemanden’, in which she played a ghost girl, wearing a lot of talcum powder.

 

No, I’m pretty sure I’ve seen her on DR1 recently.
Nope. You’ve either mistaken her for the newsreader, Lillian Gjerulf Kretz, or the woman who played the reporter in the political series ‘Borgen’, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen. Zangenberg bears a striking resemblance to them, albeit a younger, much cheaper version.

 

Ohh … you’re so cruel
I’m sorry, but she does seem to be a little too overtly sexy, forgetting that it’s possible to be both sexy and classy: X factor judge Pernille Rosendahl, for example, looked very sexy attending Zangenberg and Medina’s joint birthday party recently. And she didn’t flash her breasts at anyone.

 

Has she only been in the spotlight recently?
She actually made her breakthrough at a very young age, starring in the Danish film ‘Klatretøsen’ when she was just 13. However, she disappeared from the movie radar in 2004.

 

Why did she come back?
She evidently missed the limelight, because since her return she has dated more famous men than you could shake a golden, diamond encrusted stick at.

 

Like who?
She had an 18-month relationship with the comiedian Mikael Wulff, but after realising that he’d never make it on to the cover of Se og Hør, she quickly moved on to a brief affair with the more famous singer Rasmus Seebach, and now she’s with the king of gossip, Bendtner.

 

Is that likely to last?
Who knows. But B.T. reported in December that Bendtner’d said that his son, his lovely girlfriend and his football were the most important things in his life, and that he’d give them 100 percent concentration. Hmmm …

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