Swedish actresses who were born in 1950

Here are 9 famous actresses from Sweden were born in 1950:

Susan Taslimi

Susan Taslimi (February 7, 1950 Rasht-) also known as Soosan Taslimi is a Swedish film director, screenwriter, actor, theatre director and television director. She has one child, Tooka Farhang.

Susan Taslimi was born in Rasht, Iran but moved to Sweden with her family as a child. She started her career as an actor in theatre productions and later moved on to film and television. She gained recognition for her role in the 1984 film "Fanny and Alexander" directed by Ingmar Bergman. Taslimi also became a well-known theatre director and founded the independent theatre company Riksteatern. In addition to her successful career in acting and directing, Taslimi has also written several plays and scripts for film and television. She has received numerous awards for her work, including the prestigious Guldbagge Award in Sweden. Taslimi is also known for her activism and advocacy for human rights, particularly for women's rights in Iran.

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Agneta Eckemyr

Agneta Eckemyr (July 2, 1950 Karlsborg-) a.k.a. Agneta Marie-Anne Eckemyr is a Swedish model, actor and fashion designer.

After beginning her career as a model, Agneta Ekemyr moved into film and television, appearing in several Swedish productions during the 1970s and 1980s. In 1984, she transitioned into fashion design and launched her own label, Agneta Eckemyr Design, which quickly gained recognition in the Swedish fashion industry due to its minimalist and elegant designs. Throughout her career, Eckemyr has remained active in various creative pursuits, including writing and photography. She has also been an advocate for animal welfare and is a supporter of several animal welfare organizations.

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Agnetha Fältskog

Agnetha Fältskog (April 5, 1950 Jönköping-) a.k.a. Agneta Fältskog, Agnetha Faltskog, Agnetha Faeltskog, Agnetha Falskog, Agnetha Åse Fältskog, agnetha_faltskog, Agnetha Ase F?ltskog, Fältskog, Agnetha, Åse Agneta Fältskog, Agnetha Fältskog Ulvaeus, Agnetha or Anna is a Swedish singer, record producer, composer, songwriter, actor and musician. She has two children, Linda Ulvaeus and Peter Christian Ulvaeus.

Agnetha Fältskog is best known for being a member of the hugely successful Swedish pop group ABBA. Along with Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Fältskog helped elevate the popularity of disco music in the 1970s. ABBA's many hits include "Dancing Queen," "Waterloo," and "Mamma Mia." Fältskog has also enjoyed a successful solo career, releasing numerous albums both in Swedish and English. In addition to her music career, Fältskog has also acted in several films and television shows. Despite her widespread fame, she has remained notoriously private throughout her life.

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Christina Lindberg

Christina Lindberg (December 6, 1950 Gothenburg-) also known as Britt Christina Marinette Lindberg, Cristina Lindberg, Kristina Lindberg, Kurisuchina Rindobaagu or Kurisuchina Rindobâgu is a Swedish journalist, actor and model.

She began her career as a model in the late 1960s, but gained international recognition for her role in the 1973 film "Thriller: A Cruel Picture" (also known as "They Call Her One Eye"), in which she played a mute victim seeking revenge against her captors. Despite the film's controversial subject matter and violence, Lindberg's performance was praised for its intense emotional depth.

After the success of "Thriller", Lindberg continued to act in a number of exploitation films throughout the 1970s, including "Maid in Sweden" (1971) and "Exposed" (1971), as well as several films in her native Sweden. She also worked as a journalist and wrote articles for various Swedish publications.

In the 1980s, Lindberg retired from acting and modeling to focus on her family and personal life. However, she remained a cult figure among fans of exploitation cinema, and her films continue to be screened at festivals and retrospectives around the world. In recent years, Lindberg has made occasional public appearances and participated in interviews about her career.

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Marie Liljedahl

Marie Liljedahl (February 15, 1950 Stockholm-) is a Swedish actor and dancer.

Marie Liljedahl gained her worldwide fame through her role in the 1967 erotic film, "Inga", directed by Joseph W. Sarno. She began her acting career when she was only a teenager, with her first film appearance in the film "Paradiset" in 1962. Apart from acting, she was also a professional dancer and became a well-known performer in Paris, London, and Berlin. She later transitioned into a career in television and hosted her talk show in Sweden. In recent years, Liljedahl has stepped back from the entertainment industry and focuses on her writing and artwork. She published her memoir, "Livet enligt Marie" ("Life According to Marie"), in 2018.

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Ewa Aulin

Ewa Aulin (February 13, 1950 Landskrona-) otherwise known as Ewa Brigitta Aulin is a Swedish actor and teacher. She has one child, Shawn Loyola.

Ewa Aulin rose to fame in the 1960s, mainly due to her lead role in the controversial movie 'Candy'. She also appeared in several other films during the 1960s including 'The Cat o' Nine Tails', 'Death Laid an Egg', 'Maidstone', and 'Innocence and Desire'. Aulin was considered for the lead role in films such as 'Bonnie and Clyde' and 'Rosemary's Baby', but she declined both offers. After her acting career, Aulin became a teacher and taught Swedish and drama in England. She lives a private life and does not make public appearances often.

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Eva Remaeus

Eva Remaeus (February 13, 1950 Lund-January 29, 1993 Drottningholm) a.k.a. Remaeus, Eva was a Swedish actor. She had one child, Jovanna Remaeus Jönson.

Eva Remaeus was a highly acclaimed actor in Sweden, known for her exceptional performances in both film and television. She graduated from the Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting in 1973 and began her career soon after. Remaeus appeared in several notable Swedish films such as "In Bed with the Enemy" (1977), "The Simple-Minded Murderer" (1982), and "The Sacrifice" (1986). She also played several highly regarded roles on Swedish television during the 1980s, including "Lorry" and "Target". Apart from acting, Remaeus was also an accomplished stage actress, having worked with several prominent theater companies in Sweden. Unfortunately, Eva Remaeus passed away at the young age of 42 due to breast cancer. However, her legacy and contributions to Swedish cinema and theater continue to be celebrated to this day.

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Kristina Wayborn

Kristina Wayborn (September 24, 1950 Nybro-) also known as Britt-Inger Johansson or Kristine Wayborn is a Swedish actor.

She is best known for playing the Bond girl Magda in the 1983 James Bond film "Octopussy". Wayborn began her career as a model in Sweden before moving to the United States to pursue acting. In addition to her Bond girl role, she has appeared in films such as "The Love Boat" and "The General's Daughter", as well as on television shows like "L.A. Law" and "MacGyver". Wayborn also wrote and directed the 2004 film "Celebrity". Outside of acting, she is a supporter of various charities, including Autism Speaks and the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.

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Monica Forsberg

Monica Forsberg (September 14, 1950 Karlskoga-) also known as Monica Yvonne Forsberg is a Swedish singer, songwriter, actor, composer and lyricist.

She rose to fame in the 1970s as a member of the popular Swedish pop group Wizex, and later embarked on a successful solo career. Forsberg has released several albums as a solo artist, often incorporating elements of folk music and traditional Swedish tunes into her work.

Aside from her music career, Forsberg has also acted in several television and film productions in Sweden. She has composed music for a variety of different projects, including theater productions and TV shows.

Throughout her career, Forsberg has received numerous awards and accolades for her contributions to Swedish music and culture. She continues to be an influential figure in the Swedish music scene, and is regarded as one of the country's most beloved and iconic performers.

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