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Malin Kristina Buska

(1984-03-15) March 15, 1984 (age 35)
Övertorneå, Sweden

Malin Kristina Buska, (born 15 March 1984) is a Swedish actress. She was born and grew up in Övertorneå and studied in Luleå. She has acted at the Lule Stassteater and studied acting at Teaterhögskolan in Malmö between 2004 and 2007. She made her film debut in 2011 in the film Happy End. [1] Buska also had a role in the film Snabba Cash III and the leading role in the 2015 film The Girl King , a biographical drama about Christina, Queen of Sweden. [2] In 2018 Buska joined the cast of British TV series, A Discovery of Witches .

Övertorneå Place in Norrbotten, Sweden

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Luleå Place in Norrbotten, Sweden

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The Girl King is a 2015 biographical drama about Christina, Queen of Sweden. It was directed by Mika Kaurismäki and written by Michel Marc Bouchard who, after writing the screenplay for the film, wrote his stage play Christine, La Reine-Garçon which enjoyed a successful run in 2012 at Montreal’s Théâtre du Nouveau Monde and then in English at the Stratford Festival in 2014. The film premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival.

In 2011, she was awarded the Rising Star award at the Stockholm Film Festival. [3] At the Elle-gala in 2015, she was announced as Best Dressed Woman of the Year. [4]

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