Swedish actors who deceased in 1966

Here are 2 famous actors from Sweden died in 1966:

Hugo Björne

Hugo Björne (February 4, 1886 Varberg-February 14, 1966 Stockholm) a.k.a. Ernst Hugo Alexis Olsson was a Swedish actor. He had one child, Lasse Björne.

Hugo Björne began his acting career in theater and made his film debut in 1920. He appeared in more than 70 films over the course of his career. Some of his notable films include "The Phantom Carriage" (1921), directed by Victor Sjöström, and "The Saga of Gösta Berling" (1924), directed by Mauritz Stiller. Björne was known for his talent in portraying complex and conflicted characters. He received critical acclaim for his role in the film "Bombi Bitt och jag" (1936), based on a popular children's book by Fanny Alving. Björne also worked as a theater director and held various positions in the Swedish theater community. He was awarded the Order of Vasa in 1952 for his contributions to the arts in Sweden.

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Wiktor Andersson

Wiktor Andersson (June 19, 1887 Kungsbacka-September 13, 1966 Stockholm) also known as 'Kulörten' Andersson, Wiktor Herman Andersson, Wiktor "Kulörten" Andersson, Kulörten V. Andersson, Kulörten Andersson, Victor Andersson, Viktor 'Kulörten' Andersson, Wiktor 'Kulörten' Andersson, Viktor Andersson or Kulörten was a Swedish actor.

Andersson began his career in the entertainment industry in the early 1900s, first as a musician and later as an actor. He was a popular comedian and appeared in numerous films and stage productions throughout his career. His career spanned several decades, and he became one of the most recognizable and beloved actors in Sweden. In addition to his work on stage and screen, Andersson was also an accomplished songwriter and composer. He wrote and performed several popular songs, including "Kulörta drömmar" ("Colored Dreams"), which became a hit in Sweden in the 1920s. Despite his success, he remained humble and was known for his kind and generous personality. He was a beloved figure in Swedish entertainment and is remembered as one of the greats of early 20th-century Swedish theater and cinema.

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