Olle Hilding

Author Erik Lindorm and Olle Hilding

Olle Hilding (born Hilding Olof Johansson; 19 July 1898 – 9 November 1983) was a Swedish stage and film actor. He appeared in motion pictures between 1923-1982. [1]

Biography

Hilding Olof Johansson was born and died in the Katarina parish of Stockholm, Sweden. From 1920–1923 he toured the country with the theater company of Oscar Winge (1884-1951) and made his film debut under the direction of film director, Victor Sjöström (1879–1960) in Vem doer (1922). During much of the 1930s, Hilding helped author Erik Lindorm (1889-1941), with his book chronicles, most of which featured historical personalities and events as themes. Hilding returned to the theater in 1940. In 1934 he married actress Olga Appellöf (1898-1989). He won the Eugene O'Neill Award in 1973.[2][3][4] [5] [6]

Partial filmography

  • Johan Ulfstjerna (1923) - Conspirator (uncredited)
  • Konstgjorda Svensson (1929) - Soldat (uncredited)
  • Ulla, My Ulla (1930) - Court Valet (uncredited)
  • Kronans kavaljerer (1930) - Con Man (uncredited)
  • Skepp ohoj! (1931) - Waitor (uncredited)
  • Landskamp (1932) - Member of price committee (uncredited)
  • Hustru för en dag (1933) - Benjamin
  • Uppsagd (1934) - Aron Jacobsky (uncredited)
  • Adolf Armstarke (1937) - Henriksson / Henrik Mjölnare
  • Goda vänner och trogna grannar (1938) - Emil Norling
  • Då länkarna smiddes (1939) - Forsman
  • Mot nya tider (1939) - Chess Player (uncredited)
  • Emilie Högquist (1939) - Dinner Guest (uncredited)
  • Hjältar i gult och blått (1940) - Courtroom Clerk (uncredited)
  • Landstormens lilla argbigga (1941) - Private (uncredited)
  • Dunungen (1942) - Ehinger
  • Farliga vägar (1942) - Prant's Co-worker (uncredited)
  • En äventyrare (1942) - Pater Josef
  • The Word (1943) - Brandeus
  • Kajan går till sjöss (1943) - Policeman (uncredited)
  • Excellensen (1944) - Gammal judisk man
  • Lev farligt (1944) - Olof
  • Mitt folk är icke ditt (1944) - Caretaker
  • Som folk är mest (1944) - Lagerchefen (uncredited)
  • Wandering with the Moon (1945) - Dan's Father (uncredited)
  • Försök inte med mej..! (1946) - Priest (uncredited)
  • Brita i grosshandlarhuset (1946) - Olsson (uncredited)
  • Åsa-Hanna (1946) - Efraim
  • Kristin Commands (1946) - Man at Auction (uncredited)
  • Det glada kalaset (1946) - Lawyer
  • Harald Handfaste (1946) - Harald's father
  • Livet i Finnskogarna (1947) - Pregnant girl's father (uncredited)
  • Nyckeln och ringen (1947) - Falk
  • Här kommer vi... (1947) - Teaterchefen (uncredited)
  • Synd (1948) - Banker
  • Kvartetten som sprängdes (1950) - Thun (uncredited)
  • Barabbas (1953) - Old Potter at Jerusalem (uncredited)
  • Skuggan (1953) - Berggren
  • Marianne (1953) - Erik Ekman
  • Ingen mans kvinna (1953) - Henriksson, Judith's father (uncredited)
  • Café Lunchrasten (1954) - Editor (uncredited)
  • Seger i mörker (1954) - Bergquist
  • Simon syndaren (1954) - Believer
  • Giftas (1955) - Farm hand (uncredited)
  • Ratataa eller The Staffan Stolle Story (1956) - Salamander, antikvitetshandlare (uncredited)
  • Synnöve Solbakken (1957) - Priest (uncredited)
  • Värmlänningarna (1957) - Jan Hansson
  • Fridolf sticker opp! (1958) - Nilsson
  • Fly mej en greve (1959) - Violinist (uncredited)
  • Fridolfs farliga ålder (1959) - Nilsson
  • Ön (1966) - Persson
  • The Man Who Quit Smoking (1972) - Sjöström, lawyer
  • En enkel melodi (1974)
  • Långt borta och nära (1976) - Old Gesticulating Man
  • Fanny and Alexander (1982) - Old Clergyman - Ekdahlska huset

References

  1. ^ "Olle Hilding". Svensk Filmdatabas. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Olle Hilding". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
  3. ^ "Oscar Winge (1884–1951)". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
  4. ^ "G Erik Lindorm". Svenskt biografiskt lexikon. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
  5. ^ "Victor Sjöström (1879–1960)". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
  6. ^ "Olga Appellöf (1898–1989)". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved May 1, 2020.

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