Swedish actors who deceased in 1975

Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died in 1975:

Magnus Kesster

Magnus Kesster (July 29, 1901 Stockholm-April 15, 1975 Stockholm) also known as Karl Olof Magnus Kihlström, Magnus Kester or Magnus Kessler was a Swedish actor.

He started his acting career at the age of 18, working on stage productions in Stockholm. Kesster became a well-known face in Swedish cinema during the 1930s and 1940s, starring in numerous films. He also ventured into directing, with his debut film "Pappa Bom" being released in 1945. Aside from his work in film, Kesster was a prolific voice actor and radio personality in Swedish broadcasting. In his later years, he worked as a drama teacher at the prestigious Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm. Kesster's contributions to Swedish entertainment were recognized in 1967 when he was awarded the Litteris et Artibus medal by King Gustaf VI Adolf.

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Karl Erik Flens

Karl Erik Flens (March 19, 1913 Lidingö-October 17, 1975 Stockholm) a.k.a. Erik Flens, Karl E. Flens or Karl-Erik Flens was a Swedish actor. He had two children, Inger Birgitta Flens and Eva Stina Flens.

Flens began his acting career in the 1930s and appeared in over 50 films throughout his career. He is perhaps best known for his roles in the films "The Seventh Seal" (1957) and "Wild Strawberries" (1957), both directed by Ingmar Bergman. Flens was also a prolific stage actor, working for both the Royal Dramatic Theatre and the Stockholm City Theatre. In addition to his work in film and theater, he was a celebrated radio actor and voiceover artist. Flens passed away in Stockholm at the age of 62.

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Åke Ohberg

Åke Ohberg (July 20, 1905 Västerås-July 18, 1975 Spain) otherwise known as Åke Öhnberg was a Swedish film director and actor. He had two children, Ingert Ohberg and Anders Ohberg.

Ohberg began his career in the film industry in the 1920s as an actor. He later went on to become a director and was known for his contributions to the film genre of art film. Ohberg directed over 20 films, with some of his most notable works including "All These Women" and "A Doll's House." He was also known for his collaboration with Ingmar Bergman, who served as a script consultant for some of Ohberg's films. Despite making a mark in the Swedish film industry, Ohberg's work did not gain as much international recognition. However, he is still considered to be a significant figure in Swedish cinema. Ohberg passed away in Spain in 1975 at the age of 69.

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