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After Frank The Fixer Tagliano (Steven Van Zandt, The Sopranos) testifies against his Mafia boss in New York, he enters the Witness Protection Program and makes an unusual demand: He wants to be set up with a new life in the Norwegian small town of Lillehammer or as he calls it, LILYHAMMER.
Thrust into a brand new world, Frank is confronted with a colorful cast of characters totally unlike the New York variety. But as he soon finds out, the past always has a way of catching up with you, especially when it concerns the Delucci family.
Concept Art; Outtakes; Making of the Theme
Steven Van Zandt was born on November 22, 1950 in Winthrop, Massachusetts, USA as Steven Lento. He is an actor, known for The Sopranos (1999), Lilyhammer (2012) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992). He has been married to Maureen Van Zandtsince December 31, 1982.
Trond Fausa was born on December 2, 1972. He is an actor and director, known for The Bothersome Man (2006), Gone with the Woman (2007) and Nissene på låven (2001).
Steinar Sagen was born on February 24, 1975. He is an actor and writer, known for Black & White (2001), Lilyhammer (2012) and Curling King (2011).See all Editorial Reviews
Disappointing and a bit strange series....why did I buy it? I guess I didn't look at enough reviews beforehand.Published 1 month ago by JoAnn Bryson Emery
This is a very unique dark comedy. It is very well written and acted.Published 2 months ago by railrunner130
I love it on many levels. First of all I laughed myself silly but there is much more than laughs. The occasional violence seem to fit in with the comedy and the story line never... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Merle
The story perfectly portrays an odd set of circumstances in a dramatic, quirky and funny way. I didn't care for all the subtitles, but as another reviewer pointed out, it keeps you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cariad
I loved this series. Jaw dropping episode endings. Perfect combination of drama and humor. You have to deal with subtitles...keeps you on your toes. TWO THUMBS UP!!!!!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Virginia Jones