Ernst Thord Emanuel Carlsson, (10 July 1931 in Piteå – 7 November 2005) was a Swedish radio presenter and actor. Carlsson graduated in Luleå and moved to Uppsala to study at the universities humaniora. Carlsson took at philosophy exam in literature history and became a school teacher in Fagersta. During his studies he became a member of Juvenalorden. In 1962, he substituted at Sveriges Radio. He became a producer at Sveriges bilradio and he got the work to start the radio show Sommar i P1. He became an employee at the radio in 1964.
Piteå is a locality and the seat of Piteå Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden.
Swedes are a North Germanic ethnic group native to Sweden. They mostly inhabit Sweden and the other Nordic countries, in particular Finland, with a substantial diaspora in other countries, especially the United States.
Luleå is a city on the coast of northern Sweden, and the capital of Norrbotten County, the northernmost county in Sweden. Luleå has about 75,000 inhabitants and is the seat of Luleå Municipality.
Carlssons first show was Vad betyder våra ortnamn?, Thord Carlsson acted in Äppelkriget 1971, Picassos äventyr 1978 and Sopor 1981. Thord Carlsson medverkade i AB Svenska Ords Äppelkriget 1971, Picassos äventyr 1978 och Sopor 1981.
AB Svenska Ord was a well-known entertainment company in Sweden, run by comedy duo Hasse & Tage. It was established in 1961.
Gösta Ingvar Carlsson is a Swedish politician who twice served as Prime Minister of Sweden, first from 1986 to 1991 and again from 1994 to 1996. He was leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party from 1986 to 1996. He is best known for leading Sweden into the European Union.
Tage Danielsson was a Swedish author, actor, poet and film director. He is best known for his collaboration with Hans Alfredson in the comedy duo Hasse & Tage.
Hans Gösta Gustaf Ekman was a Swedish actor, comedian, and director.
Hasse & Tage is the popular Swedish comedy duo featuring Hans "Hasse" Alfredson and Tage Danielsson. They are sometimes known as Hasseåtage, a name created by the Swedish press in the 1960s, but never used by the duo themselves.
Sven Erik Fernström, better known by the stage name Jerry Williams, was a Swedish singer and actor. He began his career as the lead singer of The Violents, before launching a solo career.
Rolv Helge Wesenlund was a Norwegian comedian, singer, clarinetist, writer and actor.
Froggy Ball is a character from Kalle Stropp och Grodan Boll which is a series of Swedish books, radio shows and movies created by Thomas Funck. He first appeared in a radio show in 1954. The character disappeared around the early 1960s, but made a comeback in 1971 in his second radio show named "Veckans tisdag" which is Swedish for "Weekly Tuesday".
Stig Olin, né Högberg was a Swedish actor, theatre director, songwriter and singer. He was the father of actress Lena Olin and singer Mats Olin. He was married to Britta Holmberg and Helena Kallenbäck.
Sven Rydenfelt was a Swedish economist and political writer known for his libertarian views.
Kari Valtteri Tarkiainen is a Finnish historian and archivist, who served as the national archivist of Finland 1996–2003. He is a grandson of the scholar Viljo Tarkiainen and his wife, writer Maria Jotuni.
Ulla Birgitta Helena Andersson is a Swedish actress and comedian.
Janne "Loffe" Carlsson, sometimes credited as Janne Carlsson, Jan Carlsson or Janne Karlsson, was a Swedish film and television actor and musician.
Margaretha Knutsdotter Krook was a Swedish stage and film actress. She won the Eugene O'Neill Award in 1974. In 1976, she won the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress for the film Release the Prisoners to Spring.
Katarina Mazetti is a Swedish author and journalist. She made her debut as a writer in 1988 with the picture book "Här kommer tjocka släkten!". She worked as a producer and presenter at Sveriges Radio between 1989–2004.
Lars Gunnar "Lasse" Eriksson was a Swedish comedian, actor and writer.
The Swedish National Socialist Party was a National Socialist political party in Sweden. Birger Furugård served as riksledare of the party.
Hilda Augusta Amanda Kerfstedt, née Hallström, was a Swedish novelist, playwright and translator. She was a popular and noted writer in late 19th and early 20th century Sweden, and participated in the public debate. She was also engaged in the movement for women's rights, and active in the Fredrika-Bremer-Förbundet and Föreningen för gift kvinnas äganderätt. As a feminist, she focused on the debate around sexual equality, and was critical to the contemporary sexual double standards for men and women. As such, she was one of the participants in the Sedlighetsdebatten, the public debate in Swedish papers, books and plays, which took place during the 1880s. She was the editor of the feminist paper Dagny, the organ of the Fredrika-Bremer-Förbundet, in 1888-1891. She was especially noted within the debate on children's literature.
Staffan Ling is a Swedish actor and television presenter. Ling moved to Umeå to study at the Umeå University during his early years, and became one of the founders of Umeå Nya Studentteater in the year of 1964. He became a producer at Sveriges Radio and SVT in Umeå between 1971 and 1987. Amongst she shows he has presented is the quiz show Femettan broadcast on SVT, the comedy show Parlamentet and the game show Stadskampen both on TV4. Along with actor Bengt Andersson he participated in the kids show Sant och sånt in 1977. He has participated in several of SVTs Julkalendern shows, Julkul med Staffan & Bengt, Julstrul med Staffan och Bengt and Liv i luckan med julkalendern. He is however perhaps best known for hosting the cooking competition show Kockduellen.
John Knut Chrispinsson was a Swedish journalist, author and television presenter. He worked mostly in TV and radio with news programmes and historical programmes. Chrispinsson also wrote several books on Swedish history.