Most people know her face from the TV newspaper and Deadline.
But journalist Lene Johansen
also writes books about children, parents, strong women and actresses.
She is known as host on the TV Newspaper, Profile, Sunday Magazine and Deadline. In addition, she is the author of several books, mom, lecturer, moderator and teacher of journalism.
Today, Lene Johansen is 50 years old.
With a mother who hosted the TV newspaper, and a father who was a news journalist at Ritzaus Bureau, she grew up with journalism as an integral part of everyday life.
She also chose to walk in the parents' footsteps, and in 1988 she became a journalist. The same year as his boyfriend, Jørgen Ramskov, who is the CEO of Radio24syv.
After passing Politiken in practice and later Copenhagen Radio, Lene Johansen worked for DR for almost 30 years, but in 2010 he chose a voluntary resignation in connection with a major savings team at DR.
She has told Kristeligt Dagblad that the decision to go was inspired by Christine Antorini's account in Lene Johansen's book, My mother is dead !. It taught her that you do not have to postpone anything tomorrow.
In 2011, Lene Johansen wrote the book: The Art to Release When the Children Move From Home. Here she interviews author Fay Weldon and film producer Peter Aalbæk about saying goodbye to home-grown children.
She has also made the interview series and the accompanying book Brave women who are about women who put their lives at stake in the fight for human rights and democratic conditions.
Now she is doing another interview series. This time about actresses in Europe, and among the contributors is the Danish actress Ghita Nørby. Next to the series she works on a biography.
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