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Anderzon in 2015.
Anna Catharina Tintin Anderzon

(1964-04-29) 29 April 1964 (age 56)
Järfälla, Sweden
Years active1974–present
Parent(s) Kim Anderzon

Anna Catharina Tintin Anderzon (born 29 April 1964) is a Swedish actress and daughter of actress Kim Anderzon. [1]



Anderzon co-starred in the feature film Marianne (2011) and has also starred in many Swedish film and television roles.


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