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Ingvar Wixell (1931–2011)

Ingvar Wixell was born on May 7, 1931 in Luleå, Norrbottens län, Sweden. He was an actor, known for Rigoletto (1982), Le nozze di Figaro (1966) and Tosca (1990). He was married to Margareta Wixell. He died on October 8, 2011 in Malmö, Sweden. See full bio »

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(age 80) in Malmö, Sweden

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 1990 Tosca (TV Movie)
Scarpia
 1987 Great Performances (TV Series)
Amonasro
- Aida (1987) ... Amonasro
 1984 Tosca (TV Movie)
Il barone Scarpia
 1982 Tosca (TV Movie)
Scarpia
 1981 La force du destin (TV Movie)
Don Carlo
 1977 Aïda
Amonasro
 1966 Le nozze di Figaro (TV Movie)
Count Almaviva
 1961 Bohème (TV Movie)
Marcel
 1959 Pajazzo (TV Movie)
Silvio
 1958 Läderlappen (TV Movie)
Dr Falke
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 1965 The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special) (performer: "Absent Friend")
 1964 Swedish Portraits (performer: "Operaparodi")
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 1965 The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special)
Himself - Swedish Entry: 10th Place
 1965 Melodifestivalen 1965 (TV Movie)
Himself
 1965 Hylands hörna (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #2.4 (1965) ... Himself
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He played the role of Marcello's in Puccini's opera, "La Boheme." See more »
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In 1965, he performed the Swedish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest. The winning song from Sweden was "Annorstades Vals" ("Elsewhere Waltz) where he performed both in Swedish and English. He also performed the song, "Absent Friend," at the international final in Naples, Italy where the song placed 10th. See more »

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