Swedish actors who were born in 1942

Here are 6 famous actors from Sweden were born in 1942:

Lars-Erik Berenett

Lars-Erik Berenett (December 23, 1942 Skellefteå-) otherwise known as Lars Erik Berenett is a Swedish actor. His children are called Matti Berenett and Emanuel Berenett.

Lars-Erik Berenett is best known for his performances in Scandinavian films and TV series. He started his career as a stage actor at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm and later moved on to act in films and television shows. Berenett has appeared in popular movies like 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' and 'The Hypnotist'. He has also appeared in several TV series including 'Wallander', 'Beck', and 'The Spiral'. Berenett is a highly respected actor in Sweden and has won several awards for his performances on stage and screen. In addition to his acting career, Berenett is also a well-known voice-over artist and has lent his voice to many commercials and documentaries.

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Stig Engström

Stig Engström (January 14, 1942 Stockholm-) also known as Stig Gunnar Engström is a Swedish actor. His child is called Felix Engström.

Stig Engström is best known for his role as the character "Stigge" in the 1973 classic Swedish film "Scener ur ett äktenskap" (Scenes from a Marriage), directed by Ingmar Bergman. He has also appeared in several other films and TV shows throughout his career.

In addition to acting, Engström has also worked as a mathematician and computer consultant. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from Stockholm University and has worked at various technology companies in Sweden.

Engström became a controversial figure in the investigation of the 1986 assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme. He was initially considered a possible suspect by the police due to his proximity to the crime scene, but was later cleared. However, his behavior and actions on the night of the assassination have raised suspicion among some who believe he may have been involved in the shooting. Engström died in 2000.

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Jerry Williams

Jerry Williams (April 15, 1942 Solna-) also known as Sven Erik Fernström, Jerry Williams & The Dynamiters or Erik Fernström is a Swedish singer and actor.

Jerry Williams began his career in the 1960s as the lead singer of the rock band The Violents, before starting his solo career. He has released numerous albums and singles over the years, and is known for hits such as "Did I Tell You", "I can Jive" and "Rock'n'Roll Music". Williams has also appeared in films and TV shows, including the Swedish crime series "Beck". In addition to his music and acting career, he has also been a popular TV host and a judge on the singing competition show "Idol" in Sweden. Williams has won several awards throughout his career, including a Swedish Grammy Award in 2008 for his contributions to Swedish music. He continues to perform and record music to this day.

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Sten Elfström

Sten Elfström (August 18, 1942 Solna-) is a Swedish actor.

He is best known for his roles in popular Swedish TV shows and films such as "Rederiet", "Goda grannar", and "Wallander". Elfström started his acting career in the 1960s and has since become a respected figure in the Swedish acting community. In addition to his acting work, Elfström has also worked as a theater director and voice actor. Throughout his career, he has been awarded several awards for his outstanding contribution to Swedish entertainment.

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Björn Gedda

Björn Gedda (March 3, 1942 Solna Municipality-) also known as Björn Roger Gedda is a Swedish actor.

He was born in Solna Municipality, Sweden on March 3, 1942. Gedda began his acting career in the 1960s and has since appeared in numerous films, television series, and stage productions. He is best known for his roles in the films "The Seventh Seal" (1957), "Cries and Whispers" (1972), and "Fanny and Alexander" (1982), all directed by Ingmar Bergman. Gedda has also acted in numerous stage productions, including performances at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. In addition to his acting career, Gedda is also a trained opera singer and has performed in several productions. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to Swedish theatre and film.

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Leif "Loket" Olsson

Leif "Loket" Olsson (July 12, 1942 Örgryte-) otherwise known as Leif 'Loket' Ohlsson, Leif Loket Olsson, Leif 'Loket' Olsson or Leif Oskar "Loket" Olsson is a Swedish actor.

He is best known for his work in Swedish films and TV series, as well as for his work as a stage actor. Olsson has had an extensive career in theatre, performing in a wide range of productions throughout Sweden. He has also appeared in several acclaimed Swedish films, including "The Hypnotist" and "The Last Sentence". In addition to his acting work, Olsson has also worked as a radio host and television presenter. He is widely regarded as one of Sweden's most talented and versatile actors, and has won multiple awards for his performances.

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