Swedish musicians who were born in 1965

Here are 12 famous musicians from Sweden were born in 1965:

Petra Nielsen

Petra Nielsen (February 1, 1965 Stockholm-) also known as Petra Magdalena Inczédy-Gombos or Petra Magdalena Nielsen is a Swedish actor and singer.

She grew up in a family of performers and began her career in the entertainment industry as a child actor in the theatre. Later, she went on to star in several films and television series, eventually becoming a well-known face in the Swedish entertainment scene. Alongside acting, Petra has also pursued a career in music, releasing several albums and performing in various concerts and music festivals in Sweden and abroad. She is also known for her work as a dubbing artist, having lent her voice to several characters in animations and foreign films. In recent years, Petra has also been involved in environmental activism and has used her platform to raise awareness about climate change and other environmental issues.

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Måns Herngren

Måns Herngren (April 20, 1965 Stockholm-) also known as Måns Härngren or Härngren, Måns is a Swedish film director, actor, television director and screenwriter. He has two children, Noa Månfare Herngren and Saga Herngren.

Måns Herngren is best known for his work as a director and writer on numerous successful Swedish television programs, including "Rederiet," "Svensson, Svensson," and "Pistvakt." He has also directed a number of films, including "Adam & Eva," "The Reunion," and "Benny & Joon."

In addition to his work in film and television, Herngren has released several books, including a memoir entitled "Bara inte du får för dig att jag bryr mig" (Just Don’t Get the Idea That I Care) and a novel titled "Det går inte att inte tänka på dig" (It's Impossible Not to Think of You). He has also worked as a stand-up comedian and has performed across Sweden.

Herngren is known for his irreverent sense of humor and his willingness to push boundaries in his work. He has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to Swedish culture, including a Guldbagge Award for Best Director and a Kristallen Award for Best TV Director.

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Niclas Wahlgren

Niclas Wahlgren (July 8, 1965 Gustavsberg, Värmdö Municipality-) also known as Niclas Hans Ivar Wahlgren or Nicke is a Swedish singer, actor, artist, presenter and musician. His children are Tim Hans Adam Wahlgren and Kit Wahlgren.

Discography: Modiga dårar and .

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Towe Jaarnek

Towe Jaarnek (June 13, 1965-) a.k.a. Tove Jaarnek or Jaarnek, Towe is a Swedish singer.

Genres related to her: Schlager music.

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Joakim Sundström

Joakim Sundström (February 27, 1965 Gävle-) also known as Joakim Sundstrom is a Swedish musician, sound designer and sound editor. His children are called Ruben Sundström and Tova Sundström.

Joakim Sundström began his career in music during his teenage years when he co-founded the punk band KSMB. After the band disbanded in 1985, he went on to pursue a career in sound design and sound editing for film and television, working on notable productions such as "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and "Wallander."

In addition to his work in sound, Sundström has also composed music for various films and TV series, including "Arne Dahl" and "The Spiral." He has been nominated for several awards for his work in sound and music, including a Guldbagge Award for Best Sound for the film "Eld & Lågor."

Sundström is also known for his activism, particularly for animal rights and environmental causes. He has been a prominent supporter of the Swedish political party, the Green Party, and has campaigned for the party in various elections.

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E-Type (August 27, 1965 Uppsala-) also known as Martin Eriksson, Bo Martin Erik Eriksson or Bosse Martin Erik Eriksson is a Swedish , .

His albums include Set the World on Fire, Eurotopia, True Believer, Here I Go Again, Back in the Loop, Angels Crying, Greatest Hits, Last Man Standing, Free Like a Flying Demon and This Is The Way: The Remixes. Genres he performed: Eurodance.

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Irma Schultz

Irma Schultz (October 1, 1965 Stockholm-) also known as Irma, Irma Schultz Keller or Irma Schultz-Keller is a Swedish actor and musician.

Her albums include Då staden har vaknat, Imma på glas, Irma, Tröst för stygga barn and Sånger För December.

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Lena Wisborg

Lena Wisborg (September 24, 1965 Huddinge Municipality-) also known as Lena Elisabet Wisborg, Lena Elisabet Wisborg Candinger or Lina Wisborg is a Swedish actor.

She has acted in numerous films, television series, and stage productions in both Sweden and internationally. Wisborg studied at the Calle Flygares Teaterskola acting school in Stockholm and later trained at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City. Her breakout role came in the 1995 Swedish television series "Rederiet" where she played the character of Nina Lundberg. She has since appeared in other notable television series such as "Wallander," "Beck," and "The Spiral." Wisborg has also acted in several films including "A Walk in the Sun" and "Wonderful and Loved by All." In addition to acting, Wisborg has also directed and written screenplays for both film and television. She is known for her versatility as an actor and for her commitment to portraying complex and nuanced characters.

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Magnus Bäcklund

Magnus Bäcklund (November 16, 1965 Kristinehamn-) also known as Magnus Backlund or Bäcklund, Magnus is a Swedish singer.

His related genres: Pop music.

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Dr. Nobody

Dr. Nobody (April 30, 1965 Gothenburg-) also known as Huhta, Jean-Louis, Nobody, Dr., Jean-Louis Huhta or Jean-Louis Huhta Patrik is a Swedish composer and musician.

His albums include Halfway Between the World and Death and The Big Bang Theory.

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Louise Hoffsten

Louise Hoffsten (September 6, 1965 Linköping-) otherwise known as Hoffsten, Louise is a Swedish singer. She has one child, Adrian Bratt.

Her albums include Genom Eld och Vatten, Stygg, Yeah Yeah, Message of Love, Rhythm & Blonde, 6, Kära Du, Blues, Beautiful, but Why? and Collection 1991-2002. Genres related to her: Blues and Rock music.

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Richard Carlsohn

Richard Carlsohn (January 29, 1965-) also known as Carlsohn, Richard is a Swedish singer.

He was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, and began his music career in the late 1980s. Carlsohn first gained fame in the 1990s as the frontman of the hard rock band Bad Habit, releasing several albums with the group over the years. He has since pursued a solo career, releasing his first solo album in 2007 titled "Real Good Life." In addition to his music career, Carlsohn has also worked as a voice actor and television host in Sweden. He continues to perform and record music, and is regarded as one of Sweden's most prominent rock vocalists.

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