Swedish musicians died in Prostate cancer

Here are 2 famous musicians from Sweden died in Prostate cancer:

Lasse Brandeby

Lasse Brandeby (April 27, 1945 Gothenburg-November 20, 2011 Gothenburg) a.k.a. Brandeby, Lasse, Lars Brandeby, Lars Thorsten Brandeby or Kurt Olsson was a Swedish actor and screenwriter. His child is Anna Brandeby.

His discography includes: Ännu större hittar.

Lasse Brandeby was best known for his iconic portrayal of the character Kurt Olsson, which he played in several Swedish films and television shows. He started his career as a stage actor and later transitioned to television and cinema. In addition to acting, he also wrote for television and contributed to the scripts of several popular Swedish TV shows, including "Sällskapsresan" and "Lorry". Brandeby was known for his wit and humor in both his writing and acting.

Brandeby was active in the Swedish entertainment industry for several decades and was widely regarded as a beloved figure in the country's cultural scene. He passed away in 2011, but his work continues to be celebrated by fans and fellow artists. His memoir "Kurt Olssons krogshow" (Kurt Olsson's Cabaret) was published posthumously in 2012.

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Allan Edwall

Allan Edwall (August 25, 1924 Jämtland-February 7, 1997 Stockholm) also known as Johan Allan Edwall or Allan Edvall was a Swedish screenwriter, film director, actor, composer, singer, author, television director and lyricist. He had four children, Mattias Edwall, Måns Edwall, Malin Edwall and Michael Edwall.

His albums include Edwalls blandning, Den lilla bäcken, Allans allra bästa, Aftonro, , and .

Throughout his career, Allan Edwall appeared in numerous stage plays, films, and TV shows in Sweden. Some of his most popular films include "The Emigrants" (1971), "The New Land" (1972), and "Fanny and Alexander" (1982), all directed by renowned Swedish director Ingmar Bergman. Edwall was also known for his collaborations with director Lasse Hallström, including "My Life as a Dog" (1985) and "The Cider House Rules" (1999).

Aside from his acting career, Edwall was also a successful singer/songwriter and released several albums throughout his lifetime. He was awarded the Swedish Academy's Gold Medal for his contributions to Swedish literature in 1984.

Allan Edwall passed away in 1997 at the age of 72 due to complications from cancer. He is remembered as one of Sweden's most versatile and talented performers, with a career spanning over four decades.

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