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Last month, Jesper Sørensen’s debut as an actor could be seen when he took on the role of the dishwasher Lillemand in the premiere of the third season of the cult series ‘Riget’.
But in addition to the jump from documentary to fiction – and from TV 2 to Viaplay – 25-year-old progeria Jesper has also got another new title on his CV.
Because he tells Picturemagazinethat he has got a job as a bellhop in a webshop in Ikast, where he works three hours every day on a special arrangement.
“I work with clothes. I’m all over the place, but I’m mostly in the returns department, where I pack clothes for pickers, as it’s called in professional language,’ Jesper Sørensen tells the weekly.
Jesper Sørensen is best known for his documentary programs on TV 2, where since 2008 he has shared his life with the genetic disease progeria in a number of broadcasts.
In addition, he has previously worked as a host and waiter at Café Flyverskjul in Central Jutland.
Jesper Sørensen was diagnosed with the rare genetic disease progeria at the age of four.
He grew up in the small North Jutland village of Poulstrup, but in 2018 he moved from home into a two-room apartment in Hjørring, and today he has moved to Ikast, close to his new job as a bell boy.