Here are 3 famous actresses from Sweden died in 1996:
Hillevi Rombin (September 14, 1933 Upsala-June 19, 1996 Los Angeles) also known as hillevi_rombin, Hillevi A. Rombin, Hillevi A. K. Rombin or Hillevi Rombin Schine was a Swedish actor. Her child is called Frederick Berndt Schine.
Hillevi Rombin was crowned Miss Sweden in 1955 and went on to compete in the Miss Universe pageant, where she placed third. She then pursued a career in acting, mainly in American films and television shows. Rombin appeared in several popular TV series of the 1950s and 1960s, including "Perry Mason," "The Twilight Zone," and "77 Sunset Strip," among others. She also acted in films such as "One Spy Too Many," "The Venetian Affair," and "Woman Times Seven." After her acting career, Rombin devoted her time to philanthropy and worked with several charitable organizations. She passed away in 1996 at the age of 62.
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Svea Holst (April 20, 1901 Kungsör Municipality-April 28, 1996 Stockholm) also known as Svea Margareta Vilhelmina Holst, Svea Holst-Widén or Svea Holst Widen was a Swedish actor.
She began her career in the 1920s and went on to become one of Sweden's most beloved actresses, appearing in dozens of films over the course of several decades. Her most famous role was in the 1940 film "Juninatten" (June Night), which earned her critical acclaim both in Sweden and abroad. She also appeared in several stage productions and was a frequent television performer in her later years. Holst was known for her versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters, from romantic leads to comedic sidekicks. In addition to her acting career, she was also a renowned dance instructor and taught ballet and ballroom dancing for many years. Holst received numerous awards and honors throughout her lifetime, including the prestigious Litteris et Artibus medal from the Swedish government in 1985.
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Margit Manstad (July 21, 1902 Stockholm-March 23, 1996 Stockholm) a.k.a. Margit Elfrida Cecilia Persson was a Swedish actor.
Margit Manstad studied at the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school in Stockholm and began her career as a stage actor in the 1920s. She made her film debut in 1926 and appeared in over 50 films during her career. Manstad was known for her versatility in portraying both dramatic and comedic roles.
In addition to her acting work, Margit Manstad was also a prolific radio voice and a popular voice dubber for foreign films. She continued to act until the late 1970s, and was awarded the Illis Quorum medal in 1988 for her contributions to Swedish culture.
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