Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died in 2003:
Kenta (August 11, 1948 Nacka-March 3, 2003 Hällekis) a.k.a. Kenta Gustafsson, Kenneth Gustafsson, Kenneth 'Kenta' Gustafsson or Knut Kenneth Gustafsson was a Swedish musician, actor, composer and guitarist. His child is called Patric Gustafsson.
Kenta began his music career in the late 1960s with the band Made in Sweden. He later joined the band Life, which was fronted by Björn Skifs. Kenta's guitar playing and songwriting were a major part of the band's success.
In addition to his music career, Kenta also acted in several Swedish films and television shows, including "Dunderklumpen!" and "Rosenhill." He also composed music for films and television shows, such as "Skärgårdsdoktorn" and "Jägarna."
Kenta was known for his distinctive guitar style, which blended elements of rock, jazz, and blues. He was highly regarded among fellow musicians for his technical ability and musical versatility.
Sadly, Kenta passed away in 2003 at the age of 54 due to complications from cancer. He is remembered as one of Sweden's most talented and influential musicians.
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Sven Holmberg (February 9, 1918 Norrköping-April 1, 2003 Stockholm) also known as Sven Adolf Bernhard Holmberg was a Swedish actor.
He started his acting career in 1941 with his first film "Landstormens lilla Lotta" and went on to appear in more than 50 movies and TV shows. Holmberg was recognized for his talent and contribution to the film industry with several awards, including the prestigious Guldbagge Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film "Levande föda" (1964).
Apart from acting, Holmberg was also a prolific voice-over artist, providing the Swedish dubbing for many foreign movies and TV shows, including the voice of Uncle Albert in the Swedish version of Disney's "Mary Poppins."
Holmberg was a beloved figure in Swedish entertainment and continued acting until his death at the age of 85. He was survived by his wife and two children.
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Lars Passgård (February 14, 1941 Borås-March 16, 2003 Malmö Municipality) a.k.a. Lars Passgard or Lars Passgaard was a Swedish actor.
He studied at the Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting and went on to perform in various theatre productions across Sweden. Passgård also appeared in films and TV shows, including "Smutsiga fingrar" (1973) and "Rederiet" (1993-1999). He was widely recognized for his versatility and range as an actor, and his performances were noted for their subtlety and nuance. In addition to his acting career, Passgård was also a writer and director, and he directed several plays for the Malmö City Theatre. He passed away in 2003 at the age of 62.
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