Swedish actors who deceased in 1994

Here are 2 famous actors from Sweden died in 1994:

Yngve Nordwall

Yngve Nordwall (April 13, 1908 Uppsala-January 23, 1994 Gothenburg) also known as Axel Yngve Nordwall or Yngve Nordvall was a Swedish film director and actor. He had three children, Gurie Nordwall, Akke Nordwall and Axel Fredrik Nordwall.

Nordwall began his career as an actor in the 1930s, working primarily on stage productions. He then moved on to work in the Swedish film industry, both as an actor and a director. Some of his most notable films as a director include "Lars Hård," "Flicka utan namn," and "Så tuktas kärleken."

In addition to his work in film, Nordwall was also an accomplished athlete. He won six Swedish championships in gymnastics and went on to represent Sweden in the 1934 World Gymnastics Championships.

Later in life, Nordwall became a vocal advocate for the conservation of the Swedish archipelago. He worked to establish a national park in the area and successfully lobbied for the protection of many of the islands.

Nordwall passed away in 1994 at the age of 85. He is remembered as both a gifted filmmaker and a dedicated conservationist.

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Harald Molander

Harald Molander (December 25, 1909 Helsinki-July 15, 1994) was a Swedish film producer, actor and film director. His children are called Johan Molander and .

Cecilia Molander. Harald Molander started his film career as an actor in the 1930s but it was his work as a producer and director that cemented his place in Swedish cinema history. He produced several successful films including "Kärlek och landstorm" (Love and Defense, 1940) and "Hemsöborna" (The People of Hemso, 1944). As a director, he was known for his classic style and attention to detail, and his films often focused on love and family relationships. Some of his notable directorial works include "Flickan i regnet" (The Girl in the Rain, 1955) and "Syskonbädd 1782" (Sibling Secrets, 1966). Harald Molander was inducted into the Swedish Film Hall of Fame in 1964.

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