Brasse Brännström

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Brasse Brännström
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Brännström in April 2013.
Born
Lars Erik Brännström

(1945-02-27)27 February 1945
Died29 August 2014(2014-08-29) (aged 69)
Stockholm, Sweden
Resting place Skogskyrkogården
Stockholm, Sweden
NationalitySwedish
OccupationActor
Years active19722014
Spouse(s)Git Erixon
(m. 19952002)
Partner(s) Lill Lindfors (1974–1984)

Brasse Brännström (real name Lars Erik Brännström; 27 February 1945 – 29 August 2014) was a Swedish actor and comedian.

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Brännström attended Adolf Fredrik's Music School in Stockholm. [1] In 1970, he gained fame alongside Magnus Härenstam and Lasse Hallström, when they made their first television program Oj är det redan fredag. During the 1980s, Brännström managed Maximteatern in Stockholm with Magnus Härenstam, Lill Lindfors, and Aller Johansson in a company called Limabrall. He is also known for hosting the children's TV-program Fem myror är fler än fyra elefanter (with Magnus Härenstam & Eva Remaeus), which was popular and has been re-broadcast numerous times.

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References

  1. Stefan Westrin (10 October 2014). "Lars Erik Brännström". Fokus (Swedish weekly news magazine). Retrieved 2014-12-06.
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