Justus Hagman

Justus Hagman
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Born
Carl Justus Hagman

(1859-02-14)14 February 1859
Died 28 February 1936(1936-02-28) (aged 77)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1876–1935

Carl Justus Hagman (14 February 1859 – 28 February 1936) was a Swedish actor.[1] Hagman made his stage debut in 1876 and made his first appearance in a film in 1913 in the Victor Sjöström film Miraklet. He was to perform in another thirty film until 1935. Between 1882 and 1885 Hagman was an employee of the Svenska teatern in Helsingfors, he also worked at the Storåteatern, Vasateatern and the Albert Ranft Teatern and Södra Teatern.[2][3]

Amongst his roles are Trettondagsafton, Don Cesar de Bazano, Fagin in Oliver Twist, gamle Kampe in Det nya systemet, Didrik in Ljungby horn and the character Lutz in Gamla Heidelberg.[4]

Justus Hagman is buried at the Norra begravningsplatsen cemetery in Stockholm. He was buried on 23 May 1946.[5]

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