Swedish actors who were born in 1953

Here are 8 famous actors from Sweden were born in 1953:

Peter Stormare

Peter Stormare (August 27, 1953 Kumla-) also known as Peter Storm, Rolf Peter Ingvar, Peter Stomare, Peter Storemare, Peter Ingvar Storm, Rolf Peter Ingvar Storm or Retep Mrots is a Swedish actor, theatre director, musician, playwright, voice actor, film producer and television producer. He has two children, Kelly Stormare and Kaiya Bella Luna Stormare.

Stormare began his acting career in the late 1970s in Sweden, where he acted in several stage productions. He later went on to act in over 150 films and television series internationally, including the Coen brothers' film Fargo, where he played the cold-blooded hitman Gaear Grimsrud. He has also appeared in films such as The Big Lebowski, Armageddon, Minority Report, and John Wick: Chapter 2.

Apart from acting, Stormare is a talented musician and composer. He has released several records and has worked with artists such as Eagles of Death Metal, Josh Homme, and the band Blonde Redhead. Additionally, he is known for his voice acting work in video games, including the character of Mattias Nilsson in the game Until Dawn.

Stormare is also a successful theatre director and has directed several productions in Sweden and the United States. He has written several plays and co-founded the production company Viking Brothers Entertainment.

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Mats Helge

Mats Helge (May 10, 1953 Sweden-) also known as Mats-Helge Olsson, Mike Jackson, Mats Helge Ohlsson, Mats Helge Olsson or Mats Olsson is a Swedish film producer, film director, screenwriter and actor.

He began his career in the film industry in the mid-1970s, and quickly gained recognition as a versatile and skilled filmmaker. He has produced and directed a variety of films across genres, including horror, comedy and drama. Some of his most notable works include "Fängelse" (1974), "Piñata: Survival Island" (2002), and "Blood Tracks" (1985).

Mats Helge has also written several screenplays for films, including "Blodsbröder" (1995) and "Baksmälla" (1989), and has acted in a number of films, playing both leading and supporting roles. He is known for his ability to create suspenseful and engaging stories that keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

In addition to his work in film, Mats Helge has also been active in other areas of the creative arts, including music and stage productions. He is a highly respected figure in the Swedish film industry, and his contributions to the field have earned him numerous awards and accolades over the years.

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Kjell Bergqvist

Kjell Bergqvist (February 23, 1953 Enskede-Årsta-Vantör-) also known as Kjell Bertil Leonard Bergqvist, Kjell Bergkvist, Kjelle or Kjell Bergqvist Bertil Leonard is a Swedish actor and screenwriter. His children are called Nathalie Bergqvist, Sandra Bergqvist, Johanna Bergqvist and Leo Bergqvist.

Bergqvist initially studied to become an electrician, but his passion for acting led him to attend the Calle Flygare Theatre School in Stockholm. He made his film debut in the late 1970s and became a well-known face in Swedish cinema, often playing leading roles in popular films such as "The Hunters" and "The Best Man's Wedding". In addition to his work as an actor, Bergqvist has also written several screenplays and directed a number of TV shows and films. He has been awarded several prestigious awards for his contributions to Swedish culture, including a Guldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in "Alla älskar Alice" ("Everybody Loves Alice"). Beyond his acting career, Bergqvist is also known for his charitable work, having been involved in organizations that support people with disabilities and disadvantaged individuals.

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Reine Brynolfsson

Reine Brynolfsson (January 15, 1953 Gothenburg-) also known as Reine Brynolfson or Reine Claes-Göran Brynolfsson is a Swedish actor, voice actor and comics artist.

He started his acting career at the age of 20, after graduating from the Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting. Brynolfsson has appeared in numerous films, television series and stage productions, both in Sweden and internationally. He is known for his work in the films As It Is in Heaven (2004) and Fanny and Alexander (1982). In addition to his acting career, Brynolfsson has also worked as a voice actor and provided the Swedish dub for a number of animated films and TV shows, such as The Lion King and The Simpsons. He has also worked as a comics artist and has published several comic books. Throughout his career, Brynolfsson has received numerous awards and nominations for his work in the entertainment industry.

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Olle Myrberg

Olle Myrberg (April 30, 1953 Bromma-) also known as Olle Mikael Myrberg is a Swedish actor.

He gained popularity for his performances on stage, TV shows, and films. Olle started his career in the theatre before transitioning to the small screen. In the early 1980s, he appeared in several TV dramas, such as "Mannen som blev miljonär" and "Raskens". Olle's breakthrough role, however, came in 1995 when he played the character of Conrad in the film "Sanning eller konsekvens."

His other prominent roles include Tony in "Livvakterna" (2001), Lasse in "Nya tider" (1999), and Pehr in "Höst i paradiset" (1995). In addition to his acting career, Olle has also done voiceover work for several movies and TV shows. He lent his voice to the character of Professor Farnsworth in the Swedish version of the animated TV show "Futurama."

Olle Myrberg is considered one of the most versatile actors of Swedish television and has won two Guldbagge awards for his outstanding performance in "Sanning eller konsekvens" and "Livvakterna." He is also recognized for his philanthropy work and was appointed as the ambassador for the organization, "Vi-skogen," which aims to improve the living conditions of families in Africa.

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Peter Andersson

Peter Andersson (February 12, 1953 Gothenburg-) also known as Ulf Harry Peter Andersson or Andersson is a Swedish actor. He has two children, Alice Andersson and John Andersson.

Andersson began his acting career in the late 1970s and has since appeared in numerous Swedish films and television series, as well as international productions. He is best known for his roles in the films "Fanny and Alexander" (1982), "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (1988), and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" (2009). In addition to his acting work, Andersson has also directed and written screenplays for several Swedish films. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry, including the prestigious Guldbagge Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film "The Best Intentions" (1992). In his free time, Andersson enjoys playing music and is an accomplished guitarist.

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Christer Fant

Christer Fant (March 10, 1953 Sigtuna-) also known as Christer Michael Fant is a Swedish actor.

He is best known for his work in Swedish television and film. Fant first gained recognition in the Swedish film industry for his performance in the 1987 film "Pelle Svanslös". He went on to act in several successful films and television series including "Vingar av glas" (1986), "Höstens höjdpunkt" (1989) and "Sanning eller konsekvens" (1997).

Aside from his acting career, Fant is also a prominent voice-over artist in Sweden, providing the voice for various characters in animated films and television shows. He has also made appearances on Swedish radio and has narrated several audiobooks.

In addition to his artistic career, Fant is also active in social and political causes. He is a supporter of the Swedish Green Party and has been involved in campaigns advocating for environmental sustainability and social justice.

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Dag Malmberg

Dag Malmberg (January 18, 1953 Gävle-) also known as Dag Malmborg or Dag Åke Sigvard Malmberg is a Swedish actor and television director.

Malmberg began his acting career in the late 1970s and has appeared both on stage and screen. He is known for his work in popular Swedish TV shows such as "Beck" and "Wallander." In addition to his acting work, Malmberg has directed episodes of TV series such as "Rederiet" and "Tre Kronor." He has also worked as a voice actor, lending his talent to animated films such as "The Lion King" and the Swedish version of "Finding Nemo." Malmberg's contributions to Swedish entertainment have earned him recognition and numerous accolades, including awards from the Swedish Film Institute and the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm.

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