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Birthday: 1952-08-09

Place of Birth: Sweden

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Ewa Fröling

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Ewa Fröling, Eva Marie Fröling , (born August 9, 1952) is a Swedish actress.

She was born in Stockholm. Has appeared on-screen in various roles throughout her career. Most notable are her leading parts in Gunnel Lindblom's Sally och friheten (as Sally) and Ingmar Bergman's Fanny and Alexander (as Emelie).

Trained at Sweden's Theatre Academy (Teaterhögskolan) in Malmö. From 1977-88 actress of Sweden's national stage Dramaten where Fröling appeared, a.o., in plays Stiftelsen directed by Alf Sjöberg, as Johanna in Bertolt Brecht's Heliga Johanna från slakthusen (Saint Joan of the Stockyards) and in Ingmar Bergman's classic 1984 staging of Shakespeare's King Lear (as Regan). In 1990s she worked mainly at Stockholms stadsteater (Stockholm City Theatre). Recently Ewa Fröling was back again on stage at Dramaten; in the title role as Vera in the success play by popular Swedish playwright Kristina Lugn (2005).

Fröling has been married to actor Örjan Ramberg with whom she has daughter Tilde.

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Acting
2014 Tommy as Katarina
2013 Bäst före as Anna
2011 Among Us as Inga
2009 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo as Harriet Vanger
2007 Just Another Love Story as Mrs. Castlund
2001 Deadline as Berit Hamrin
2000 Gossip as Georgina Seth
1998 Glasblåsarns barn as Nana (voice)
1995 Sebastian
1993 Sista dansen as Liselott Waltner
1989 Fallgropen
1988 SOS - en segelsällskapsresa as Madde
1987 Jim & piraterna Blom as Siv, Jim's Mother
1986 På liv och död as Kristina
1985 Peter-No-Tail in Americat as Maja Gräddnos
1983 Två killar och en tjej as läkare på akuten
1983 G as Robbans mamma
1982 Fanny and Alexander as Emilie Ekdahl
1981 Peter-No-Tail as Maja Gräddnos
1981 Sally and Freedom