Date: 11 months ago   Category: Cinema

Robbie Zlobny from Lentyaevo. Stefan Stefansson has died


The Icelandic actor has become famous thanks to a role in popular children's series. However on his account there are also serious roles. The actor Stefan Karl Stefansson who has become famous for Robbie Zlobny's role in popular children's series Lentyaevo has died from cancer at the age of 43 years. Stefansson had wife Steynyunn Oulina Torsteynsdottir, the writer, popular in the country, the TV host and the actress and also four children. Корреспондент.net tells details. Stefan struggled with cancer Icelander Stefan Karl Stefansson has died on August 21. His representative has told media that in the last minutes lives the actor has been surrounded by close people. A few years ago at him have revealed a pancreatic cancer. In 2016 Stefansson have reported that the metastasis in an organism isn't present any more and doctors had positive forecasts of rather future actor. All done with chemo for now. 😊 #allover #happy #happyplantdad the Publication отStefán 22 Feb, 2017 at 12:56 PST But this year to Stefansson sharply became worse than Karl Stefánsson (@stefanssonkarl). The oncology has returned, and the tumor was inoperable. Also have refused therapy as it wouldn't help. In March Stefan has reminded admirers that the most valuable in life is time. "So far you won't be told that you will die soon, you won't be able to realize really, life is how short. Time - the most valuable that we have, it never comes back. Whether you will see off him in embraces of darling or in the prison cell, it is your choice. But dream about bigger", - the Icelander said. Stefansson had spouse Steynyunn Oulina Torsteynsdottir, the writer, popular in the country, the TV host and the actress and also four children. Óska hvar þú ert í heiminum mjög Hamingjusamur Nýtt Ár! Wishing wherever you are in the world a very happy new year! The publication отStefán Karl Stefánsson (@stefanssonkarl) of 31 Dec, 2016 PST Series for Lentyaevo's children was created at 2:38 in 2004 by the famous Icelandic gymnast Magnus Sheving who has also played a role of the superhero Sportakus. Transfer tells about the teenage girl Stephanie who comes guests to the uncle Milford - the mayor of the town of Lentyaevo to the uncle Milford. Seeing that children in Lentyaevo have got used to an inactive way of life, spending almost all the time at the computer, the girl pushes peers to outdoor recreation and sports activities that pleases them. However with these to changes the character Stefanssona Robbie Zlobny - the main antagonist and the laziest person in the city is dissatisfied. Robbie lives in the underground den, watching the events through a periscope. Very clever inventor also has in a den the rich equipment on production something. When on the street it becomes too noisy, Robbie declares: "Masking time" - and by means of the equipment masks under someone. He thinks out plans how to achieve silence on the street - he tries to forbid children to play and eat fruit and vegetables, and at the same time and to expel forever Sportakus from Lentyaevo - the superhero living on the airship, and helping Stephanie with her borba for health local д

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