Swedish actresses who deceased in 2007

Here are 3 famous actresses from Sweden died in 2007:

Johanna Sällström

Johanna Sällström (December 30, 1974 Stockholm-February 13, 2007 Malmö Municipality) otherwise known as Johanna Sallstrom, Johanna Maria Ellinor Berglund or Johanna Maria Ellinor Berglund-Sällström was a Swedish actor. She had one child, Talulah Sällström.

Johanna Sällström was best known for her lead role in the Swedish TV show "Rederiet" as well as her portrayal of Linda Wallander in the BBC's adaptation of Henning Mankell's "Wallander" book series. She also had prominent roles in the films "Zozo" and "The Invisible". Sällström was highly respected for her craft and was awarded the Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1999. Despite her success, Sällström struggled with depression and sadly took her own life at the age of 32. In her memory, the Johanna Sällström Fund was established to support young actors struggling with mental health issues.

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Birgitta Arman

Birgitta Arman (August 3, 1921 Stockholm-April 13, 2007 Stockholm) a.k.a. Birgitta Maria Arman was a Swedish actor.

She was born to a family of artists and began her acting career in the 1940s. She performed primarily in theater, both in Stockholm and elsewhere in Sweden. Arman was also cast in over twenty films throughout her career, including the 1959 film "Raggare!" and the 1964 film "Älskaren." In addition to acting, Arman was involved in cultural advocacy and was appointed as the director of the Swedish Film Institute in 1978. She held this position for ten years, during which time she worked to secure funding and support for Swedish cinema. Arman was also an advocate for women's rights and served as the president of the Swedish Association of Women in Film and Television. She continued to act on stage and onscreen throughout her life, and was awarded the Kristallen award for lifetime achievement in 2000. Arman passed away in Stockholm in 2007 at the age of 85.

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Ulla Akselson

Ulla Akselson (November 23, 1924 Solna Municipality-February 20, 2007 Sweden) also known as Ulla Axelsson, Ulla Mariana Akselson or Ulla Akselsson was a Swedish actor. Her child is called Tove Granditsky.

Ulla Akselson began her acting career in the 1940s and went on to become one of the most prominent actors in Sweden's film industry in the 1950s and 60s. She acted in over 30 films, including "The Seventh Seal" (1957) by legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. Akselson also made appearances on Swedish television and stage productions throughout her career. Her performances were acclaimed for their emotional depth and honesty. Outside of acting, Akselson was a passionate advocate for women's rights and was involved in the Swedish branch of the International Women's League for Peace and Liberty. She passed away at the age of 82 in her home country of Sweden.

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