Swedish movie stars died in Liver tumour

Here are 1 famous actors from Sweden died in Liver tumour:

Lars Ekborg

Lars Ekborg (June 6, 1926 Uppsala-October 7, 1969 Ängelholm) otherwise known as Ekborg, Lars or Lars Åke Rupert Ekborg was a Swedish actor. He had three children, Dan Ekborg, Anders Ekborg and Maud Ekborg.

Lars Ekborg originally started his career as a stage actor, performing in various stage productions in Sweden. He then moved on to the big screen, where he acted in over 60 films. Ekborg became well-known for his roles in the films "All These Women" (1964), "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1961), and "The Seventh Seal" (1957) which was directed by his close friend, Ingmar Bergman. He also had a successful television career, appearing in several popular TV shows during the 1960s. Ekborg was widely regarded as one of Sweden's most talented actors and was known for his natural acting style and his ability to bring depth and complexity to his roles. Tragically, Ekborg passed away at the young age of 43, after suffering a heart attack while on tour with a theatrical production. Despite his early death, he left behind a lasting legacy in the Swedish film and theatre industry.

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