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Trond-Viggo Torgersen

Trond-Viggo Torgersen (b 1954, Norway) is a broadcaster, author, artist and physician. He has worked on a freelance basis for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) since 1975, and is known for hosting such programmes as Halv sju, Kroppen and Nesten voksen, as well as several series of Flode on children’s TV.

Torgersen has been children’s ombudsman, head of programmes for NRK 2 and a programme creator in the corporation’s entertainment department. He has published a number of books and records, and his prizes include a Norwegian Grammy (Spellemannprisen) for best children’s record.

With his droll sense of humour, Torgersen is one of Norway’s best-loved performers. He also teaches patient contact at the University of Bergen.

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