|Birth Day||March 20, 1828|
|Birth Place||Skien, Norway|
|Age||191 YEARS OLD|
Norwegian playwright and director who wrote Hedda Gabler, Peer Gynt, and A Doll's House. He is often called the father of realism.
He came from a family with a Danish shipping background, and he went to work as a merchant.
His son was the Prime Minister of Norway.
His parents were
He influenced fellow writer George Bernard Shaw.