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Gertrud Fridh (1921–1984)

Gertrud Fridh was born on November 26, 1921 in Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden. She was an actress, known for Wild Strawberries (1957), Hour of the Wolf (1968) and The Magician (1958). She died on October 11, 1984 in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden. See full bio »

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 1978 Kärlek genom ett fönster (TV Movie)
Ilse Siedel
 1969 Solens barn (TV Movie)
 1968 Snattare (TV Movie)
Lena Söderberg
 1968 Fordringsägare (TV Movie)
 1968 Hour of the Wolf
Corinne von Merkens
 1964 All These Women
 1963 Dream of Happiness
Gull Fernström
 1962 Siska
Annabella Myrman
 1960 The Devil's Eye
 1959 Stängda dörrar (TV Movie)
 1958 The Magician
Ottilia Egerman
 1957 Wild Strawberries
Karin Borg, Isak's wife
 1956 Egen ingång
Margit Friberg
 1955 Wild Birds
 1954 The Yellow Squadron
Inger Bart-Wreting
 1950 The White Cat
 1950 Hjärter knekt
Charlotta Ulfhammar
 1950 Två trappor över gården
Inga Larsson
 1947 A Ship Bound for India
 1945 Trav, hopp och kärlek
 1942 Ride Tonight!
Peasant woman (uncredited)

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: "Uhmael" in C.J.L. Almqvist's play 'Ferrendo Bruno', directed by Palle Brunius and aired in the Swedish Radio Theatre.

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