Malin Crépin

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Malin Crépin
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Malin Crépin (2013)
Born (1978-08-22) 22 August 1978 (age 39)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality  Sweden
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998–present
Spouse(s) Markus Crépin Sundström
Children 2

Malin Crépin (born 22 August 1978 in Stockholm), is a Swedish actress. She has starred in several movies. She became best known for her role in the Swedish film series A Case for Annika Bengtzon.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Malin Crépin was born in Stockholm in 1978. From 1998 to 2002, she received her training at the Malmö Theatre Academy. Since then, she has been active in the Stockholm City Theatre and at the Swedish National Theater, in Stockholm.

Crépin has also played in films and television series.[2] Crépin embodied in 2012, the main role of the journalist Annika Bengtzon from the books by the Swedish novelist Liza Marklund.[3]



  • 2003: Assistanten (short movie)
  • 2003: Miffo, as Anna
  • 2005: Lasermannen (TV-serie), as Annika
  • 2007: Upp till kamp (TV miniseries), as Nina
  • 2009: In Your Veins as Eva (I skuggan av värmen) together with Joel Kinnaman
  • 2010: Cornelis, as Ingalill Rehnberg
  • 2010: Kommissarie Winter - Den sista vinter (TV movie), as Gerda Hoffner
  • 2011: Oslo, August 31st (Oslo, 31. august), as Malin
  • 2011: Människor helt utan betydelse (short movie)
  • 2012: Kiruna-Kigali (short movie), as Nina [4]
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon – Nobel's Last Will
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon – Prime Time (TV movie)
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon - Studio Sex (TV movie)
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon - Den röda vargen (TV movie)
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon – Livstid (TV movie)
  • 2012: Annika Bengtzon - En plats i solen (TV movie)
  • 2014: Lulu (short movie,) as Lulu
  • 2015: Nylon (short movie), as Isabel
  • 2016: The Medium, as Martha
  • 2016: Sameblod (Sami Blood)[5]


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