Swedish actors who deceased at age 50

Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died at 50:

Tommy Andersson

Tommy Andersson (November 19, 1962 Norrköping-October 15, 2013) a.k.a. Lars Artur Tommy Andersson was a Swedish actor.

He died in cancer.

Tommy Andersson was best known for his work in Swedish theater and film industry. He made his acting debut in 1989 in the film "Mannen på balkongen" and went on to appear in several notable films such as "Jägarna," "Kopps," and "Maria Wern." Apart from his work as an actor, Andersson was also an accomplished theater director and worked with renowned theater companies in Sweden. He was particularly known for his work with Östgötateatern in Norrköping, where he directed several critically acclaimed productions. Despite his battle with cancer, Andersson continued to work in the industry and remained active until the last days of his life.

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Benkt-Åke Benktsson

Benkt-Åke Benktsson (January 6, 1907 Halmstad-January 8, 1957 Malmö Municipality) also known as Bengt-Åke Bengtson, Benkt-Åke Benktson or Bengt-Åke Benktsson was a Swedish actor and film director.

Benkt-Åke Benktsson began his acting career in the 1930s and appeared in over 50 films in Sweden. He often played supporting roles and was known for his versatility and range as an actor. In addition to his work in film, he also appeared in numerous plays, both on stage and on radio.

Later in his career, Benktsson turned his focus to directing and worked on several successful Swedish films, including "Sven Klangs kvintett" and "Flottans överman". He also directed some of Sweden's most popular television series, including "Söndagspromenaden" and "Gröna hissen".

Benkt-Åke Benktsson was widely respected in the Swedish film and theater industries, and his contributions to both fields are still celebrated today. He passed away in 1957 at the age of 50, leaving behind a legacy of outstanding performances and groundbreaking work as a director.

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Nils Ahrén

Nils Ahrén (December 30, 1877 Sundsvall-April 1, 1928 Stockholm) otherwise known as Nils Arehn or Nils Oscar Erland Ahrén was a Swedish actor. He had one child, Ingrid Arehn.

Nils Ahrén was a prolific actor of both stage and screen, and is considered one of the forerunners of Swedish cinema. He began his acting career in the early 1900s and made his film debut in 1912 with the film "The Salvation Army Lass". Ahrén went on to appear in over 60 films during his career, including the silent classic "Sir Arne's Treasure" (1919) and the historical drama "Gösta Berling's Saga" (1924).

Along with his work in film and theater, Ahrén was also an accomplished writer and director. He wrote several screenplays and directed a few films as well. Ahrén's style was known for its realism and its ability to capture the essence of life in Swedish society.

Despite his success, Ahrén suffered from alcoholism throughout his life, which led to his early death at the age of 50. His legacy, however, continues to live on as one of Sweden's greatest actors and a pioneer of Swedish cinema.

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