Growing up in the landscape of Jämtland, Edwall spent some time working on a ship before he arrived in Stockholm in the 1940s, just barely making a living as a writer, painter and poet before he was admitted to the Royal Dramatic Theater's acting school in 1949. After graduation he worked at the theater in the 1950s and 1960s but he was mainly a jack-of-all-trades, appearing on the stage, in movies as well as recording and publishing his own songs. He is remembered for a string of queer roles, such as Emil's father in the Emil of Lönneberga films, the cheerful vagabond in the Rasmus and the vagabond movie, the dying father in Ingmar Bergman's Fanny and Alexander as well as Carlsson in the TV adaptation of Strindberg's Hemsöborna. In the later part of his life he owned his own theater, Brunnsgatan 4, in Stockholm. Biography by Mattias Thuresson.','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ewa Fröling, Eva Marie Fröling , (born August 9, 1952) is a Swedish actress. She was born in Stockholm. Has appeared on-screen in various roles throughout her career. Most notable are her leading parts in Gunnel Lindblom's Sally och friheten (as Sally) and Ingmar Bergman's Fanny and Alexander (as Emelie). Trained at Sweden's Theatre Academy (Teaterhögskolan) in Malmö. From 1977-88 actress of Sweden's national stage Dramaten where Fröling appeared, a.o., in plays Stiftelsen directed by Alf Sjöberg, as Johanna in Bertolt Brecht's Heliga Johanna från slakthusen (Saint Joan of the Stockyards) and in Ingmar Bergman's classic 1984 staging of Shakespeare's King Lear (as Regan). In 1990s she worked mainly at Stockholms stadsteater (Stockholm City Theatre). Recently Ewa Fröling was back again on stage at Dramaten; in the title role as Vera in the success play by popular Swedish playwright Kristina Lugn (2005). Fröling has been married to actor Örjan Ramberg with whom she has daughter Tilde. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ewa Fröling, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','','','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jan Wilhelm Malmsjö (born 29 May 1932 in Lund, Sweden) is a Swedish stage and actor, musical star and singer. He is married to Marie Göranzon and father to Jonas Malmsjö. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jan Malmsjö, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia','','','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gunnar Björnstrand (13 November 1909 – 26 May 1986) was a Swedish actor known for his frequent work with writer/director Ingmar Bergman. He was born in Stockholm. He appeared in over 120 films. Björnstrand at first had trouble finding work but got an engagement in Helsinki with his wife 1936-1938. Back in Stockholm he met Ingmar Bergman, at that time a mostly unknown theatre director. In the 1940s he got his first major film roles, making a breakthrough with the 1946 movie Kristin kommenderar. He was a versatile actor who could play tough and tender as well as comedy and tragedy. His daughter Veronica Björnstrand is also an actress. One of his most famous roles was as the worldly squire who makes such a contrast to his austere and spiritual master in Bergman's most famous film The Seventh Seal. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gunnar Björnstrand, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia','','','','Jarl Kulle (27 February 1927 – 3 October 1997) was a Swedish film and stage actor and director, and father of Maria Kulle. He was born in the village of Truedstorp, Scania, Sweden and died in Gregersboda, Sweden of bone cancer. Kulle was one of the leading Swedish stage actors of his generation and often appeared in TV productions, at the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm as well as in a number of films, several of these directed by Ingmar Bergman. Taking on many star parts of the classical and modern repertory, appearing in contemporary TV drama and musicals and armed with remarkable gifts for both comedy, romantic drama and slightly declamatory but controlled pathos, he was one of Sweden's most loved modern actors. Internationally he's probably most known for his performances in Ingmar Bergman's "Smiles of a Summer Night" and "Fanny and Alexander".','','
- Fecha de nacimiento: 1924-08-25
- Falleció: 1997-02-07
- Lugar de nacimiento: Rödön, Jämtlands län, Sweden