Karin Falck

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Anna Karin Margareta Falck (Née Edström, born 6 February 1932) is a Swedish director, hostess and television-producer.[1]

Karin Falck's work spans a large part of the history of Swedish television. She was employed at SVT, then known as Sveriges Radio, already in 1956 and has produced and directed many entertainment programs over the years, as well as light drama, theatre and cabaret shows. In 1975, she hosted the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Stockholm, Sweden. In 2007 she received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Kristallen, Swedish television awards.

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  1. ^ "Karin Falck". Nationalencyklopedin. Retrieved 13 February 2010. 
Preceded by
United Kingdom Katie Boyle
Eurovision Song Contest presenter
1975
Succeeded by
Netherlands Corry Brokken