June 12, 1931
|Died||26 October, 2012|
The first feature Ahlberg directed was the Danish erotic classic I, a Woman (Denmark, 1965) which went on to international success, especially in the United States. He quickly became identified with erotic fare, directing two sequels to I, a Woman as well as a Swedish version of Fanny Hill (Sweden, 1968), starring Diana Kjær and Oscar Ljung. During the 1970s, he developed a conspicuous collaboration with actress Marie Forså.
Ahlberg moved to the United States in the late 1970s and worked mostly as a cinematographer on American productions; he was frequently hired by producer Charles Band.
Ahlberg died on October 26, 2012. 
- Greenspun, Roger (24 October 1970). "Film: Continuing Tale of 'I, A Woman'; Interracial Sex Theme Also Gets Workout 'The Daughter' Makes It a Family Affair". The New York Times.
- Thompson, Howard (15 March 1969). "Screen: Amour, Amour; Sequel to 'I, a Woman' Here From Denmark". The New York Times.
- Cinematographer, director Mac Ahlberg dies, Variety, November 5, 2012
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