Per Morberg

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Per Morberg
Per Morberg at Göteborg Book Fair 2013 01.JPG
Morberg at Goteborg Book Fair 2013.
Born Per-Arne Henrik Andersson
(1960-06-23) 23 June 1960 (age 56)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality Swedish
Occupation News presenter, actor, chef
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Inese Bergs Morberg (m. 1988)

Per-Arne Henrik Morberg (born Andersson 23 June 1960 in Brännkyrka församling, Stockholm) is a Swedish actor, chef and news presenter.


Morberg grew up in Hökarängen and Sköndal in Stockholm, but now he lives in Tullgarn Palace. He competed in judo when he was a teenager. He is a black belt and was named Swedish and Scandinavian champion. In 1979 he came third in the European Championships in East Berlin. He trained himself as a chef in Kristineberg, attended restaurant school, and has worked as a professional chef.

After a theatre lesson at Studiefrämjandet 1982, Morberg was advised to go to stage school. He attended theatre and opera school in Gothenburg and first acted at Angered's Theatre, where he did the main role as Armand in Kameliadamen. He has toured with Riksteatern in several sets and was particularly noticed for his role as Molina in Kiss of the Spider Woman. At the Royal Dramatic Theatre Morberg has acted in several plays, including Dangerous Liaisons and August Strindberg's Miss Julie. Morberg achieved an unexpected success in a comic role in Sound of Music at Göta Lejon in 1995, where he played Maximillian Detweiller.

Morberg is well known for his role as Joakim Wersén in the Swedish crime dramas based on the character Martin Beck.

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