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Stig Olin (Stig Högberg)

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Biography

Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden
A distinguished actor, director and composer in Sweden; Stig Olin made his success in many areas of the Swedish entertainment business in the 1940s and 50s. As an actor, he claimed success when he played boyish characters and naive students on film. He was the actor who eventually took the claim of playing Ingmar Bergman's alter-ego in many of his early films, including; Torment (1944) (Bergman's script debut), Crisis (1946), Kvinna utan ansikte (1947) (Bergman wrote the script), Port of Call (1948), Prison (1949), Till glädje (1950) and Summer Interlude (1951). Read more...

Actor

Character: Tjoffe Käll

Farlig kurva 1952

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Character: Messenger in Leather Jacket

Resan till dej 1953

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Character: Dick Mattsson

Mord, lilla vän 1955

6
Character: Bernard Stensson

Sceningång 1956

5
Character: Potatis-Algot

Jim & piraterna Blom 1987

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Character: Göran

Eva 1948

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Character: Ragnar Ekberg

Kvinna utan ansikte 1947

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Directing

Character: Messenger in Leather Jacket

Resan till dej 1953

9
5
Character: Dick Mattsson

Mord, lilla vän 1955

6

Writing

Character: Messenger in Leather Jacket

Resan till dej 1953

9
5
Character: Dick Mattsson

Mord, lilla vän 1955

6