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”’Stig Olin”’, né ”Högberg” (11 September 1920 – 28 June 2008) was a [[Sweden|Swedish]] actor, theatre director, songwriter and singer.<ref>[ Skådespelaren Stig Olin har avlidit] Svenska Dagbladet</ref>

”’Stig Olin”’, né ”Högberg” (11 September 1920 – 28 June 2008) was a [[Sweden|Swedish]] actor, theatre director, songwriter and singer.<ref>[ Skådespelaren Stig Olin har avlidit] Svenska Dagbladet</ref>

He was the father of actress [[Lena Olin]] and singer [[Mats Olin]] (1947-2023).<ref>{{cite web |title=The actor and artist Mats Olin is dead |url= |website=unt.se}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url= Mats Olin har avlidit – fick en hit med ”Jag tror på sommaren”|date=July 15, 2023|newspaper=Expressen}}</ref> He was married to film actresses [[Britta Holmberg]] and [[Helena Kallenbäck]].

He was the father of actress [[Lena Olin]] and singer [[Mats Olin]] ().<ref>{{cite web |title=The actor and artist Mats Olin is dead |url= |website=unt.se}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url= Mats Olin har avlidit – fick en hit med ”Jag tror på sommaren”|date=July 15, 2023|newspaper=Expressen}}</ref> He was married to film actresses [[Britta Holmberg]] and [[Helena Kallenbäck]].

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Latest revision as of 00:16, 7 February 2024

Swedish actor

Stig Olin, né Högberg (11 September 1920 – 28 June 2008) was a Swedish actor, theatre director, songwriter and singer.[1]
He was the father of actress Lena Olin and singer Mats Olin (1947–2023).[2][3] He was married to film actresses Britta Holmberg and Helena Kallenbäck.
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Acting[edit]

Olin had a successful acting career, appearing in lead roles in a number of early Ingmar Bergman films, including Torment/Frenzy (Swedish: Hets) (1944; Bergman’s script debut), Crisis (1946), Kvinna utan ansikte (Woman Without a Face) (1947; script by Bergman), Port of Call (1948), Eva (1948; script by Bergman), Prison (1949), To Joy (1950), Summer Interlude (1951) and Divorced (1951; script by Bergman).
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Successful film roles also included a love struck student in the Sickan Carlsson film Klasskamrater (1952), Ernst in his own popular children’s film Rasmus, Pontus och Toker (1956) and the scrubby old Potato-Algot in Jim och piraterna Blom (1987), directed by Hans Alfredson (from Hasse & Tage).
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Film and play director[edit]

Olin then moved on to directing for both film and stage in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, focusing on comedies and musicals (including the original Swedish staging of Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music in 1978). In 1970 he became Director of Programmes at Swedish Radio, including the Swedish radio theatre, where he also directed a number of plays.

Songwriter[edit]

He was also a songwriter with En gång jag seglar i hamn, På söndag, Människors glädje, Jag tror på sommaren and Karusellvisan, a.o.

Partial filmography[edit]

  • Kronans käcka gossar (1940) – Military
  • Bright Prospects (1941) – Bertil Bergström
  • Tonight or Never (1941) – Young Man (scenes deleted)
  • Goransson’s Boy (1941) – Young man at Norr Mälarstrand (uncredited)
  • The Fight Continues (1941) – Judge
  • Stackars Ferdinand (1941) – Young man (scenes deleted)
  • Prästen som slog knockout (1943) – Young Man (uncredited)
  • The Sin of Anna Lans (1943) – Arne
  • Young Blood (1943) – Pelle Persson
  • Ordet (1943) – Anders
  • Live Dangerously (1944) – Parachuting Saboteur
  • The Invisible Wall (1944) – Worker (uncredited)
  • Torment (1944) – Sandman – Student (uncredited)
  • Oss tjuvar emellan eller En burk ananas (1945) – Gustav, young worker (uncredited)
  • Tre söner gick till flyget (1945) – Olle – Familjen Hallman
  • Två människor (1945) – Svenning (voice, uncredited)
  • Crisis (1946) – Jack
  • Johansson and Vestman (1946) – Rusan
  • Incorrigible (1946) – Krister Sundbom
  • The Balloon (1946) – Michael Kollinsky
  • Jens Mansson in America (1947) – Johnny Andersson
  • Woman Without a Face (1947) – Ragnar Ekberg
  • Each to His Own Way (1948) – Fredrik Salén
  • Port of Call (1948) – Thomas – Young Man in the Stairs (uncredited)
  • Eva (1948) – Göran
  • Dangerous Spring (1949) – Gustaf Eriksson
  • Prison (1949) – Peter
  • Flickan från tredje raden (1949) – Kalle Nilsson
  • To Joy (1950) – Stig Eriksson
  • Sånt händer inte här (1950) – The Young Man / narrator
  • The Quartet That Split Up (1950) – Werner
  • Summer Interlude (1951) – Ballet Master
  • Frånskild (1951) – Hans
  • One Fiancée at a Time (1952) – Jerker Nordin
  • Classmates (1952) – Stig Andersson
  • Farlig kurva (1952) – Tjoffe Käll
  • Barabbas (1953) – Member of Barabbas’ Gang
  • Resan till dej (1953, director & writer with Hasse Ekman) – Messenger in Leather Jacket (uncredited)
  • I dur och skur (1953, director)
  • The Yellow Squadron (1954, director) – Boman
  • The Magnificent Lie (1955) – Goronflot
  • Mord, lilla vän (1955) – Dick Mattsson
  • Whoops! (1955, director)
  • Seventh Heaven (1956) – Berättarröst (voice, uncredited)
  • Swing it, fröken (1956) – Singing Student (uncredited)
  • Stage Entrance (1956) – Bernard Stensson
  • Rasmus, Pontus och Toker (1956, director) – Ernst
  • Sjunde himlen (1956, speaker)
  • A Guest in His Own House (1957, writer & director)
  • More Than a Match for the Navy (1958, director)
  • Du är mitt äventyr (1958, director, writer Hasse Ekman & Stig Olin)
  • Det svänger på slottet (1959, writer with Hasse Ekman)
  • Jim och piraterna Blom (1987) – Potatis-Algot
  • Vargens tid (1988) – Tiggaren
  • Tre kärlekar (1991, TV Series) – Vicar

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External links[edit]


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