Swedish actors who deceased in 1979

Here are 5 famous actors from Sweden died in 1979:

Edvin Adolphson

Edvin Adolphson (February 25, 1893 Norrköping Municipality-October 31, 1979 Solna Municipality) a.k.a. Gustav Edvin Adolphson or Edvin Adolfsson was a Swedish actor, film director and screenwriter. He had six children, Kristina Adolphson, Olle Adolphson, Anna-Greta Adolphson, Kari Thomée, Leo Cullborg and Per B. Adolphson.

Edvin Adolphson began his career as a stage actor in various theaters in Sweden in the 1910s. He also directed and wrote several plays during this time. In 1919, he made his film debut in the silent film "Thomas Graal's Best Film" and went on to appear in over 80 films throughout his career, both in Sweden and internationally. He was especially known for his roles in the films "Intermezzo" (1936) and "Hets" (1944).

Adolphson was also a well-respected director and screenwriter. Some of the films he directed and wrote include "Such Is Life" (1930) and "Kärlek och störtlopp" (1934).

In addition to his work in film and theater, Adolphson was also a painter and sculptor. He had several exhibitions of his artwork throughout his life.

Edvin Adolphson was married twice, first to actress Margit Manstad and later to Karin Nordgren. He passed away in 1979 at the age of 86.

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Sture Ericson

Sture Ericson (September 27, 1912 Salem-March 15, 1979 Stockholm) a.k.a. Sture Fredrik Magnus Eriksson was a Swedish actor.

He was born in Salem, Stockholm County, Sweden in 1912. After graduating from high school, Ericson began working as a bank clerk but soon realized that his true passion was acting. He studied at the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school in Stockholm and began his acting career in the late 1930s.

Ericson appeared in over 50 films during his career, including "Miss Julie" (1951), "The Seventh Seal" (1957), and "Wild Strawberries" (1957), all directed by Ingmar Bergman. He also appeared in theatre productions, often at the Royal Dramatic Theatre where he had studied.

In addition to his acting career, Ericson was also involved in politics. He was a member of the Swedish parliament from 1958 to 1964, representing the Social Democratic Party.

Ericson died in Stockholm in 1979, aged 66.

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Curt Masreliez

Curt Masreliez (July 19, 1919 Gothenburg-June 21, 1979 Stockholm) a.k.a. Curt Mazreliez, Kurt Masreliez or Curt Mazereliez was a Swedish actor.

In addition to his acting career, Curt Masreliez was also a writer and director. He studied at the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school in Stockholm and began his career on stage, appearing in a number of productions in the 1940s and 1950s. Masreliez made his film debut in 1942 in the Swedish drama film Landsflyktige. Throughout his career, he appeared in over 70 films and television shows, including the popular Swedish crime drama film The Man on the Roof (Mannen på taket) in 1976. Masreliez was also a founding member of the Swedish Film Academy.

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Toivo Pawlo

Toivo Pawlo (December 25, 1917 London-June 14, 1979 Stockholm) a.k.a. Toivo Pavlo was a Swedish actor. His children are called Rebecca Pawlo and Clara Pawlo.

Pawlo was born to Estonian parents who were touring in England with their theatre company at the time. He grew up in Estonia and began his acting career there, performing in both theatre and film. In 1944, he fled Estonia with his wife and child as the Soviet Union invaded the country. They settled in Sweden, where Pawlo continued to act in film and theatre productions. He became a popular actor in Sweden and appeared in over 50 films throughout his career. In addition to his acting work, Pawlo was an accomplished painter and even had a solo exhibition of his works in 1958. He passed away in 1979 at the age of 61 due to a heart attack.

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Anders Ek

Anders Ek (April 7, 1916 Gothenburg-November 17, 1979 Stockholm) was a Swedish actor. He had seven children, Mats Ek, Malin Ek, Niklas Ek, Johan Ek, Marion Ek, Maria Ek and Judit Ek.

Anders Ek began his acting career in the 1940s and went on to become one of Sweden's most renowned actors. He was particularly known for his work in the theater, especially in the plays of August Strindberg. He performed in many productions at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, including several Strindberg plays such as "A Dream Play", "Miss Julie" and "The Dance of Death". He also appeared in films such as "The Magician" and "The Seventh Seal". Despite his success on stage and screen, he remained humble and devoted to his craft. In addition to his acting career, Anders Ek was also a talented painter and musician.

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