Benjamin Christensen 28 September — 2 April was a Danish film director, screenwriter and an actor both in film and on the stage. Benjamin Christensen was born in Viborg, Denmark , the youngest of twelve children. Christensen's professional acting career began in Aarhus in , but after a short stint as actor he abandoned the stage in order to become a wine salesman. In , Christensen assumed control of the small, Hellborg -based production company for which he worked and reorganized it as Dansk-Biograf Kompagnie.
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Christensen began his career as an opera singer in but later became an actor and then a director. By he was known as the writer, star, and director of a film exploring the unknown, Det Hemmeligheds fulde X The Mysterious X , his first investigation of the horror of the macabre. In the film he portrayed Satan, the central character in a screenplay that gave a graphic description of the continuum of satanic practices from medieval to modern times. The film, although widely acknowledged for its craftsmanship and the source of his acclaim as a director, was banned in many countries for its scenes of cruelty and sadism. Before World War II he returned to Denmark , where he directed three films about social problems, as well as a thriller.