Tom Ljungman

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Tom Ljungman in 2013.
Thomas Kjell Ljungman

(1991-05-29) 29 May 1991 (age 31)
Years active2003-present

Tom Ljungman (born 29 May 1991) is a Swedish television and film actor.


Early life

Born Thomas Kjell Ljungman in Stockholm, Sweden on 29 May 1991. He is the son of TV 3 personality Jonny Ljungman and lives in Skarpnäck borough in south Stockholm.


His first acting role was in Errol in 2003. He is best known for his roles in television series De halvt dolda and as Foppa in Livet enligt Rosa. Ljungman appeared as a 16-year-old dead shot on a mission in the 2009 Wallander episode The Sniper.

On the big screen, he is best known for his role as Patrik, a 15-year-old troubled adolescent in the 2008 Swedish gay comedy film Patrik, Age 1.5 directed by Ella Lemhagen.




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