Swedish actors who were born in 1933

Here are 6 famous actors from Sweden were born in 1933:

Kent Andersson

Kent Andersson (December 2, 1933 Lundby, Gothenburg-November 3, 2005 Gothenburg) also known as Kent Yngve Andersson was a Swedish actor, screenwriter, playwright and theatre director. He had three children, Cecilia Andersson, Agneta Andersson and Martin Andersson.

Andersson was a multi-talented individual who began his career as an actor, working in a number of successful plays and films. In addition to his acting work, he also ventured into screenwriting and playwriting, penning several critically acclaimed works. He was particularly known for his contributions to the Swedish theatre scene, and he became a respected theatre director, having helmed a number of productions. Beyond his artistic pursuits, Andersson also devoted time to his family, raising three children with his wife. He was a beloved figure in the Swedish arts community, and his contributions have been celebrated both in Sweden and abroad.

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Håkan Serner

Håkan Serner (September 1, 1933 Malmö Municipality-October 25, 1984 Stockholm) also known as Hakan Serner or John Gunnar Håkan Serner was a Swedish actor. His children are called Manfred Serner, Martin Serner and Johan Serner.

Håkan Serner started his acting career in the 1950s and appeared in over 70 films and TV shows throughout his career. He was known for his versatility and ability to play a range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. Some of his most notable works include "Mannen som slutade röka" (The Man Who Quit Smoking), "Larmar och gör sig till" (Noise and Pretending), and "Ettore Fieramosca" (The Challenge).

In addition to his acting career, Serner was also a successful writer and wrote several books and plays, including "Sommar i Kurrekurreduttön" (Summer on Kurrekurredutt Island) and "Liten fågel flyg". He was also an accomplished singer and recorded a few albums.

Serner's life was cut short when he passed away at the age of 51 due to a heart attack. He left behind his wife and three children, who have all pursued careers in the arts. Serner's legacy lives on as one of Sweden's most beloved actors and entertainers.

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Per Myrberg

Per Myrberg (July 11, 1933 Stockholm-) also known as Per Nils Myrberg or Per is a Swedish actor and singer. His children are called Fredrik Myrberg, Olle Myrberg and Pia Myrberg.

Per Myrberg became well-known in the 1950s and 1960s for his roles in Swedish films and TV series. He also had a successful career as a singer, with many popular songs in Sweden. In the 1970s and 1980s, Myrberg continued to act in films and on stage, including several productions at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. He has been recognized with several awards for his contributions to Swedish culture, including the prestigious O'Neill Award in 2004. In addition to his work in entertainment, Myrberg has been involved in various charity organizations and has been a strong advocate for the rights of children.

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Ernst Günther

Ernst Günther (June 3, 1933 Karlskrona-December 8, 1999 Glemmingebro) also known as Ernst Harry Ingemar Günther was a Swedish actor, film director and screenwriter. He had two children, Rickard Günther and Savva Ernst Günther.

Ernst Günther initially started his career in the early 1950s as a radio host and a stage actor. He then made his film debut in 1955 and went on to appear in over 70 films and TV shows. Some of his notable film credits include "The Virgin Spring" (1960), "Shame" (1968), and "Fanny and Alexander" (1982), all directed by legendary Director Ingmar Bergman.

In addition to acting, Günther also directed and wrote screenplays for several films. He made his directorial debut in 1974 with the film "Märit" and went on to direct other movies such as "Kiss Myggen" (1978) and "Kalle Blomkvist - Mästerdetektiven lever farligt" (1996).

Günther's notable TV appearances include the popular TV series "The Sandhamn Murders" (1996) and "Rederiet" (1992-1999) among others.

Ernst Günther was highly regarded in the Swedish film industry for his versatility and talent both as an actor and a filmmaker. He passed away in 1999 at the age of 66 after a long battle with cancer.

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Roland Hedlund

Roland Hedlund (November 17, 1933 Västerbotten-) also known as Roland Napoleon Hedlund is a Swedish actor.

He has appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout his career, starting in the 1950s. Some of his most notable roles have been in the films "Adventures of Picasso" (1978) and "The Emigrants" (1971). He has also acted in several Ingmar Bergman films, including "Smiles of a Summer Night" (1955) and "Through a Glass Darkly" (1961).

In addition to his acting work, Hedlund has also been a voice actor for various animated films and TV series. He received the Swedish Academy's Eugene O'Neill Award in 2006 for his contributions to theater and film. Despite his long and successful career, Hedlund has largely stayed out of the public eye and is known for being a private individual.

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Anders Nyström

Anders Nyström (February 8, 1933 Stockholm-) is a Swedish actor.

He is best known for his roles in Swedish films and television, including "The Emigrants" (1971), "The White Wall" (1975), and "The Best Intentions" (1992). He began his acting career in the 1950s and has since appeared in over 80 films and TV shows.

Nyström has received numerous awards and nominations throughout his career, including the Swedish Academy's Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in the film "The Simple-Minded Murderer" (1982). He was also awarded the Royal Medal from the King of Sweden for his contributions to Swedish culture.

Aside from his acting career, Nyström was a professor at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts and has published several books on acting and theater. He is also a member of the Swedish Academy of Performing Arts.

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