Örjan Ramberg

 

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Ralf Örjan Valter Ramberg is a Swedish actor. Ramberg started his acting career in musicals with successful leading parts in the original Swedish stagings of Hair (1971) and Jesus Christ Superstar (1972; opposite, among others, Agnetha Fältskog from ABBA as Mary Magdalene). He was later educated in the dramatic arts at Sweden's National Academy of Dramatic Art in Malmö, 1974-1977. Since 1978 he has been part of Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten) ensemble, becoming one of the theatre's most popular actors

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Örjan Ramberg

Born 1948-02-26 (73 years ago).

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Ralf Örjan Valter Ramberg is a Swedish actor.

Ramberg started his acting career in musicals with successful leading parts in the original Swedish stagings of Hair (1971) and Jesus Christ Superstar (1972; opposite, among others, Agnetha Fältskog from ABBA as Mary Magdalene). He was later educated in the dramatic arts at Sweden's National Academy of Dramatic Art in Malmö, 1974-1977. Since 1978 he has been part of Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten) ensemble, becoming one of the theatre's most popular actors.

On film and TV he has appeared sporadically over the years, among his most memorable parts are the investigating photographer Harry Friberg in the Stieg Trenter-crime films for television (Lysande landning, Idag röd, Träff i helfigur) in 1987, as Chief Editor Schyman in Colin Nutley's thriller Sprängaren (aka Deadline/The Bomber), based on the book by Liza Marklund, and his supporting part as the bar pianist in TV-series Möbelhandlarens dotter (The Furniture Salesman's Daughter) (2006).

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