Swedish actors who deceased in 1992

Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died in 1992:

Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt

Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt (February 24, 1921 Kungsholmen-January 16, 1992 Stockholm) a.k.a. Carl Gustaf Lindstedt, Tre Knas, 'Qluttas' Lindstedt, Carl-Gustav Lindstedt, Carl-Gustaf, Carl or Carl Gustav Lindstedt was a Swedish actor, writer and screenwriter. He had one child, Pierre Lindstedt.

Lindstedt started his career in 1943 after serving in the Swedish Navy during World War II. He acted in a number of theater productions before transitioning to film and television in the 1950s. Lindstedt appeared in over 100 films and TV shows throughout his career, frequently portraying comedic roles. He was also a prolific writer and wrote several plays and screenplays. Lindstedt was awarded the Swedish Guldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1976 and was honored with the Royal Medal Litteris et Artibus for his contributions to the arts. He passed away in 1992 at the age of 70.

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Georg Årlin

Georg Årlin (December 30, 1916 Rödeby-June 27, 1992 Lövestad) also known as Georg Adolf Wilhelm Årlin, Georg Görlin or Georg Åhrlin was a Swedish actor.

He began his acting career in the 1930s and achieved notable success in the 1940s, appearing in numerous plays, films, and radio productions. He was known for his versatile acting skills and ability to portray a range of characters, from comedic to dramatic.

In the 1950s, Årlin had a prominent role in the popular Swedish film Miss Julie. He continued to act in both film and theater throughout the rest of his career, earning critical acclaim for his performances in productions such as Waiting for Godot and Hamlet.

In addition to his acting work, Årlin was also a successful voice actor and dubber, lending his voice to a number of Swedish-language versions of foreign films.

Outside of his professional life, Årlin was known for his love of sports, particularly skiing and soccer. He was also an accomplished watercolor painter and was active in the Swedish art scene.

At the time of his death in 1992, Årlin was widely regarded as one of Sweden's greatest actors and cultural figures.

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Segol Mann

Segol Mann (July 19, 1918-November 23, 1992 Stockholm) was a Swedish actor.

He was born in Kungsholmen, Stockholm, to Jewish parents who had emigrated from Russia. Mann made his acting debut in 1944 in the film "Medan porten var stängd" and went on to appear in over 70 films and TV shows. He was highly regarded in the theater world and won acclaim for his performances in productions of works by Shakespeare and Ibsen. He was also a popular voice actor and dubbed the voices of famous actors such as Peter O'Toole and Robert Shaw in Swedish versions of their films. In addition to his acting career, Mann was also an accomplished director and worked on several theater productions. He was awarded the O'Neill Award in 1979 for his contributions to Swedish theater. Mann passed away in Stockholm in 1992 at the age of 74.

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