Fredrik Ohlsson

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Fredrik Ohlsson
Born
Carl Fredrik Valter Ola Ohlsson

(1931-06-12) 12 June 1931 (age 89)
Ulricehamn, Sweden
NationalitySwedish
OccupationActor
Years active1959–present
Partner(s) Siw Malmkvist

Carl Fredrik Walter Ola Ohlsson (born 12 June 1931) is a Swedish actor. In 1956 he won a scholarship to Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he made his stage debut as Tesman with Siân Phillips as Hedda Gabler 1957. He has a long career in Swedish Television, Film and Theatre. For several years he was a member or of the ensemble at The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm Sweden.


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