Jullan Kindahl

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Jullan Kindahl

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Jullan Kindahl and Edvard Persson in Orfeus (1926)
Born(1885-04-12)12 April 1885
Stockholm, Sweden
Died 18 April 1979(1979-04-18) (aged 94)
Malmö, Sweden
Occupation Actress
Years active 1909-1970

Jullan Kindahl (12 April 1885 18 April 1979) was a Swedish actress.

Born Julia Carolina Carlsson, she worked as an actress from 1900s until the 1960s. She appeared in Swedish theatres like the Hippodromen in Malmö, the Malmö City Theatre in Malmö and the Stora Teatern in Göteborg. Kindahl also made 33 films between 1923 and 1962. She remains perhaps best known for her domestic supporting roles in two films: as the cook Beata in Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) and as Professor Borg's housekeeper Agda in Wild Strawberries (1957), both of which were directed by Ingmar Bergman. She was married with actor Arvid Kindahl (1887-1927) from 1913 until his early death.

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