Blown backwards by the big success

Jacob Vogl is one of the new faces, as the DR1-viewers each Thursday night have been given the opportunity to become acquainted with when the 'Lion's den' ru

Blown backwards by the big success

Jacob Vogl is one of the new faces, as the DR1-viewers each Thursday night have been given the opportunity to become acquainted with when the 'Lion's den' ru

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
10 February 2020 Monday 12:00
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Blown backwards by the big success

Jacob Vogl is one of the new faces, as the DR1-viewers each Thursday night have been given the opportunity to become acquainted with when the 'Lion's den' runs across the screen.

Already at the end of 2018, he got a taste of life as a television celebrity, as he took part in the TV2-series "365 days to success', which is also traded on the entrepreneurs.

however, It can not be compared with the interest he experienced after he began to appear on the screen in the DR1 program. The he says to Ekstra Bladet.

- I must say that the ’Lion's den’ is a completely different level, says the 43-year-old Jacob Vogl and tells that the new kendisstatus just requires a little getting used to:

- We made the Danish Collection in the Saturday (1. February, red.), and I ran around and was mega starstruck, when my idols from the ’Vikings’ and other actors were there - and then people came over to take a picture with me. It must I just get used to. I think never, the whole day.

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Jacob Vogl (far left) and Christian Arnstedt (side by side) are the two new lions in this year's season. Photo: Per Arnesen/DR

On the social media, people have been wild with the Danish entrepreneur and his many funny comments. And it has surprised Jacob Vogl.

- People have been so sweet. I have really been surprised. Usually there are always some trolls, but I really have not had one single bad comment, he says and tells that he feared that he sometimes did too much fun during the filming.

- It could well be that people would sit at home and say: ’now Hold your mouth shut! This is a business program’, but even in business it may help very much to break up the serious with a little fun once in a while.

Jacob Vogl (far left) and Christian Arnstedt (side by side) are the two new lions in this year's season. Photo: Per Arnesen/DR


viewing figures have really been with the ’Lion's den’ in this season, where in the average 875.600 danes every Thursday evening have seen with. It shows the numbers from Gallup.

And Jacob Vogl sends the rose to proceed to the production bag, which has been good to gather a good mix of the lions.

- just Like in a business it is very important that you are different types. I got the first success, since I went along with the people, which could total it, which I could not. And that's how it is with the ’Lion's den’, he says, and continues:

- If all the sad, and, so sure as Jesper (Buch, ed.), was a walking Excel sheet which Jan Lehrmann, or from McKinsey as Christian (Arnstedt, ed.), so had it fucking been a boring format, he laughs.

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In the course of the season, viewers several times seen Jacob Vogl and Jesper Buch sit on the flanks and poke a little to each other.

- We also like people. There is no play. It is in our DNA – and have done for many years – that it is svesken on the disk. We are direct and honest. And it is clear that when we both are such, so flying there is also sometimes some words between us, he says and stresses that in no way is a bad atmosphere between them.

- We keep very much of each other. Jesper is one of my best friends and I think that it is reciprocated. This is why it is sometimes a little easier to argue, because one should not have a courtesy to each other, as you do, when you don't know each other so well.

Jesper Buch and Jacob Vogl are good friends - and therefore they can afford to poke a little extra for each other during filming. Photo: Per Arnesen/DR

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Updated: 10.02.2020 12:00
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