Swedish actresses who deceased in 2006

Here are 2 famous actresses from Sweden died in 2006:

Maj-Britt Nilsson

Maj-Britt Nilsson (December 11, 1924 Stockholm-December 19, 2006 Cannes) was a Swedish actor and singer.

She began her career as a singer in Sweden and quickly became well-known for her beautiful voice. In the 1940s, she started making films and became a leading Swedish actress of her time. She appeared in many films, including "Summer with Monika" (1953), which was directed by Ingmar Bergman and is considered a masterpiece of Swedish cinema. Nilsson also had a successful career in French cinema, where she worked with directors such as Jean-Luc Godard and Fran├žois Truffaut. Alongside her acting career, Nilsson also continued to perform as a singer and recorded several albums throughout her life. Her talent and charisma made her a beloved figure in Swedish and French culture.

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Else Fisher

Else Fisher (March 1, 1918 Melbourne-March 3, 2006) otherwise known as Else Marie Fisher-Bergman or Else Fischer was a Swedish choreographer, dancer, writer and actor. Her child is called Lena Bergman.

Else Fisher was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1918 and later moved to Sweden where she became a prominent figure in the performing arts community. She studied dance with Elsa Marianne von Rosen and later became one of the founding members of the Royal Swedish Ballet.

Throughout her career, Fisher worked as a dancer, choreographer, and writer. She choreographed productions for various theaters, including the Royal Dramatic Theatre and the Royal Opera in Stockholm. Fisher also acted in films and on television, appearing in several Ingmar Bergman productions.

In addition to her work in the performing arts, Fisher was an accomplished writer. She published several books and essays on dance, theater, and literature, including a memoir titled "Dansbilder" (Dance Images). Fisher passed away in 2006 at the age of 88, leaving behind a legacy as a trailblazer in the performing arts world.

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