Björn Granath

 

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Björn Gösta Tryggve Granath is a Swedish actor. Granath was born in Örgryte, Gothenburg, Sweden. He has starred in a broad range of films from comedies to dramas. He was active as an actor and director on the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm between the years 1987-2007. He received the Eugene O'Neill Award in 2003

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Björn Granath

Born 1946-04-05 (74 years ago) in Örgryte, Göteborg och Bohus län, Sweden.
Height 188 centimeters.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
European Film Award for Best Supporting Actor (Pelle the Conqueror) European Film Awards 1988 1988 Pelle Erövraren
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Ann-Margret Fyregård(Gifta: 1983–) 1983 Gifta
Children

Hernan Granath, Isabella Granath

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Björn Gösta Tryggve Granath is a Swedish actor.

Granath was born in Örgryte, Gothenburg, Sweden. He has starred in a broad range of films from comedies to dramas. He was active as an actor and director on the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm between the years 1987-2007. He received the Eugene O'Neill Award in 2003.

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