Swedish movie stars died in Laryngeal Cancer

Here are 3 famous actors from Sweden died in Laryngeal Cancer:

Heinz Hopf

Heinz Hopf (November 11, 1934 Stockholm-January 23, 2001 Åkersberga) was a Swedish actor.

He received his education at the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school in Stockholm, and began his acting career on the stage. He was a versatile actor who performed in both comedic and serious roles. Hopf was also a familiar face on Swedish television, appearing in numerous TV shows and films throughout his career. He is perhaps best known for his role as the grandfather in the popular children's TV series "Pippi Longstocking". In addition to his acting career, Hopf was also an accomplished musician, playing the clarinet and saxophone professionally. He died at the age of 66 after a long battle with cancer.

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Sture Lagerwall

Sture Lagerwall (December 13, 1908 Stockholm-November 1, 1964 Limhamn) was a Swedish film director and actor.

Lagerwall began his career as an actor in the 1930s in Sweden, and later went on to direct films, making his directorial debut with "The Kulla Family" in 1947. He went on to direct a number of successful films, including "Girl with Hyacinths" (1950) and "Summer with Monika" (1953), which helped launch the career of actress Harriet Andersson. Lagerwall was known for his introspective and atmospheric films, often dealing with themes of youth and sexuality.

In addition to his work in film, Lagerwall also directed for the theater and was a respected stage director in Sweden. He served as the head of the Swedish Actors' Union from 1958 to 1964, and was widely regarded as a champion of actors' rights.

Lagerwall's career was tragically cut short when he died unexpectedly of a heart attack at the age of 55. Despite his relatively short career, he left behind a lasting legacy in Swedish cinema and is remembered as one of the key figures of the country's post-war film industry.

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Göran Stangertz

Göran Stangertz (July 19, 1944 Flen-October 27, 2012 Helsingborg) also known as Göran Nils Robert Stangertz was a Swedish actor, television director and film director. He had five children, Niki Gunke Stangertz, Billie Stangertz, Maggie Stangertz, Jimie Stangertz and Niels Stangertz.

Stangertz started his career in the entertainment industry in the late 1960s and was one of the most prominent actors in Sweden during the 1970s and 1980s. He starred in many successful films during this time, including "Raskenstam," "Blackjack," and "Den enfaldige mördaren," which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1982.

In addition to his work as an actor, Stangertz also directed several successful television shows and films throughout his career. One of his most notable works as a director was the TV drama series, "Stora och små män," which aired in 1976.

Despite his accomplishments, Stangertz was known for being a private person who preferred to keep his personal life out of the public eye. He passed away in 2012 at the age of 68 due to complications from surgery.

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