Swedish actors who deceased in 1990

Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died in 1990:

Ulf Johanson

Ulf Johanson (February 3, 1922 Stockholm-February 15, 1990 Stockholm) a.k.a. Ulf Olav Johansson or Ulf Olav Johnason was a Swedish actor.

He was trained as an actor at the Dramaten Theatre School in Stockholm and made his stage debut in 1944. Johanson was a prolific actor both on stage and in film, appearing in over 100 movies and TV shows throughout his career. He was particularly known for his roles in Swedish romantic comedies and dramas, often playing the charming and witty leading man. In addition to acting, Johanson was also a talented painter and writer. He published several books and illustrated children's books, as well as exhibiting his paintings in galleries across Sweden. Johanson was married twice and had three children. He passed away in 1990 at the age of 68.

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Tor Isedal

Tor Isedal (July 20, 1924 Norrköping-February 18, 1990 Nynäshamn) a.k.a. Tor Carlsson, Isedal or Isedal, Tor was a Swedish actor. He had four children, Ola Isedal, Per Isedal, Pernilla Isedal and Peter Isedal.

Tor Isedal began his acting career in the 1940s and appeared in over 60 films and television shows during his lifetime. He was well-known for his roles in early Swedish films such as "Biffen och Bananen" and "Flickan och Djävulen" (The Girl and the Devil). Isedal was also a popular performer in the theater and worked with some of Sweden's most famous playwrights and directors.

In addition to his acting work, Isedal was a talented singer and musician. He released several albums throughout his career and often incorporated music into his performances. He was also a devoted horse-racing enthusiast and owned several racehorses.

Isedal passed away in 1990 at the age of 65, leaving behind a legacy as one of Sweden's most beloved actors. His children have also pursued careers in acting, with Per Isedal becoming a successful film and theater director.

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Lauritz Falk

Lauritz Falk (November 15, 1909 Brussels-February 1, 1990 Stockholm) also known as Larry Falk was a Swedish actor, film director, singer and painter. He had one child, Eva Möller.

Lauritz Falk was born to a Swedish father and a Belgian mother. His family traveled extensively during his childhood, living in places such as France and Switzerland before settling in Sweden when Lauritz was in his teens. After studying at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, he began his acting career in the 1930s, appearing in stage productions and films.

He acted in over 70 films, including the lead role in the 1941 film "Fröken Kyrkråtta" (Miss Churchmouse), which became a classic in Swedish cinema. He also directed several films, including "Älskling på vift" (Darling on the Loose) in 1955. In addition to his acting and directing, Falk was also a well-known singer and painter.

Falk was married twice in his lifetime. His first marriage was to fellow actor Dagny Lind in 1937, which ended in divorce in 1957. He then married actress Ulla Sallert in 1965, and they remained together until his death in 1990 at the age of 80.

Despite his success as an actor and artist, Falk was known for being private and shy. He often avoided interviews and public appearances, preferring to focus on his work. However, he is still remembered as one of Sweden's most beloved actors and filmmakers.

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