Tommy Johnson (actor)

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Tommy Clarence Fredrik Johnson (5 December 1931, in Stockholm 17 July 2005, in Stockholm [1] ) was a Swedish actor. [2] [3] He worked at Uppsala City Theatre and Malmö City Theatre. In 1988 he received the Cornelis Vreeswijk Scholarship.

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