Göran Stangertz

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Göran Stangertz
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Göran Stangertz in 2009.
Born
Göran Nils Robert Stangertz

(1944-07-19)19 July 1944
Died27 October 2012(2012-10-27) (aged 68)
Helsingborg, Sweden
NationalitySwedish
OccupationActor, film director, theater director
Years active1969–2012
Spouse(s)Birgitta Zetterberg
(m. 1965–1977)

Nina Gunke
(m. 1980–1984)

Jeanette Nevrin
(m. 1986–2006)

Kajsa Ernst
(m. 2009–2012)
Children7

Göran Nils Robert Stangertz (19 July 1944 – 27 October 2012) was a Swedish actor, director and artistic leader at Helsingborgsteatern. He won Sweden's most prestigious film award Guldbagge Award twice in the category best male leading role for his roles in Det sista äventyret ("The Last Adventure")[1] and Spring för livet ("Run for Your Life").[2] From 2009 and until his death he was married to actress Kajsa Ernst.

Göran Stangertz received his theatrical education in Scenskolan and Göteborg during the years 1964-1967. His first work as an actor was in the film by the novel "Bokhandlaren som slutade bada" ("A book trader that left swimming") in 1969. In 1977 he played a role of Jack in a film of one of Ulf Lundell's novels. He was participating in the humorous show "Köp mjölk, Skriv bok" ("Buy milk, write a book") when he was diagnosed with cancer, and left the work not long before the premiere.[3]

Selected filmography[edit]

List of film credits
Year Title Role
1997 Spring för livet (Run for Your Life) Mikael
1994 Sommarmord (Summer murder) J-son
1993 Glädjekällan (Spring of Joy) Mick Pierson
1982 Ingenjör Andrées luftfärd (Flight of the Eagle) Strindberg
1976 Polare (Buddies) Kent Fredrikson
1977 Paradistorg (Paradise Place) Puss
1974 Det sista äventyret (The Last Adventure) Jimmy Mattsson

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Last Adventure". The Swedish Film Database. Retrieved 2014-02-15.
  2. ^ "Göran Stangertz" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 7 March 2010.
  3. ^ "Göran Stangertz död", translated from Swedish Retrieved on 29 Jan 2018
  4. ^ Göran Stangertz, Filmography Retrieved on 29 Jan 2018

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