Rikard Wolff

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Rikard Wolff
Rikard Wolff 2013.jpg
Wolff in 2013.
Born Jan Rikard Wolff
(1958-04-08) 8 April 1958 (age 59)
Farsta, Sweden
Nationality Swedish
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1980–present
Children 1 daughter

Jan Rikard Wolff (born 8 April 1958 in Farsta outside Stockholm) is a Swedish stage and screen actor and singer.[1]

He voiced Scar in the Swedish dub of The Lion King. He also starred in the movie Änglagård, and its sequel, among other films. Wolff has also done various plays, such as Midsommarnatts Dröm (a Swedish version of A Midsummer Night's Dream), and solo acts like Chanson Suicide and music tours.

His albums include Pojken på månen and Du får mig (om jag får dig), among others.

He took part in Melodifestivalen 2013 with the song "En förlorad sommar" written by Tomas Andersson Wij in a bid to represent Sweden during Eurovision Song Contest. He performed the song on 9 February 2013 during semi-final 2 of the series, but failed to qualify to later rounds.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1988: Livsfarlig film
  • 1990: Blankt vapen
  • 1990: Den svarta cirkeln (TV series)
  • 1990: Honungsvargar
  • 1992: Jönssonligan & den svarta diamanten
  • 1992: Änglagård
  • 1994: Zorn
  • 1994: Änglagård - andra sommaren
  • 1994: Lejonkungen (Swedish dub for Scar)
  • 2000: Vägen till El Dorado (Swedish dub for Tzekel-Kan)
  • 2000: Gossip
  • 2001: Så vit som en snö
  • 2004: Tre solar
  • 2008: Angel
  • 2010: Så olika
  • 2010: Änglagård - tredje gången gillt
  • 2010: Alice i underlandet (Swedish dub for Absolem)

Discography[edit]

  • 1991: Recital
  • 1995: Pojken på månen
  • 1997: Stjärnklara nätter
  • 2000: Min allra största kärlek
  • 2001: Desemberbarn (with Norwegian Kari Bremnes)
  • 2003: Du får mig om jag får dig
  • 2004: Chanson suicide
  • 2005: Allt du kan önska!
  • 2009: Tango
  • 2013: Första lågan

Personal life[edit]

He has one daughter with Stina Gardell, producer/journalist and sister of Jonas Gardell.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rikard Wolff" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 2010-02-22. 

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