Who’s Dan Laustsen?
Justin LaustsenDan Laustsen was created in 1954. He’s also a part of the Society of Cinematographers and a cinematographer. Dan Laustsen graduated in 1979 in the National Film School. He’s been in the business of cinematography because four decades and has been nominated a number of times. Laustsen has won many awards the Robert awards. Lasutsen has collaborated on the movies, especially with Guillermo del Toro, ‘Red Peak’ and ‘The Shape of Water’. Laustsen is famous for his work on movies including ‘Silent Hill’ and ‘The League of Gentlemen’. His movie ‘The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a treat. His movie, ‘Silent Hill’ was mystery movie and a terror that was directed by Christophe Gans. ‘Brotherhood of the Wolf’ premiered in German French and Italian and his abilities have been left by Dan Laustsen . Dan Laustsen was born to Ellen Laustsen, Aage Aarup Laustsen and parents. Because he wished to follow a livelihood in that there he studied. Laustsen has been engaged in the creation of advertisements, documentaries, and feature films. Dan Laustsen has done work from the movie as the film’s cinematographer. ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ is when gangster Santino D’Antonio shows up on his doorstep with a mark, compelling him to repay favors, whose aims to restart a civilian lifestyle are cut short. Red Peak, the 2015 movie was roughly an Edith who ignores the warning of her father and marries Sir Thomas Sharpe. She learns that the area is teeming with ghosts when she arrives in the Sharpe mansion. Dan Laustsen has done cinematography from the movie, ‘Red Peak’.
His awardsGummi-Tarzan BodilThe following is a listing of the awards: the Bodil Award was won by Lausten for the movie, ‘Gummi-Tarzan’ for Best Cinematography. In 1984, the Robert Award was won by Lausten for the movie, ‘Isfugle’ for Best Cinematography. In 1989, the Robert Award was won by Lausten for the movie, ‘Skyggen of Emma’ for Best Cinematography. In 1990, the Robert Award was won by Lausten for your movie, ‘Miraklet I Valby’ for Best Cinematography. In 2003, the Robert Award was won by Lausten for your movie for Best Cinematography, ‘I’m Dina’.
Net worth of the cinematographer
Laustsen ReviewThe net worth of Dan Laustsen is $3 million.