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Emma Maria Pauline Lindstedt
(1881-02-10)10 February 1881
|Died||30 March 1954(1954-03-30) (aged 73)
|Spouse(s)||John W. Brunius
( m. 1909–1935)
Pauline Brunius, née Emma Maria Pauline Lindstedt (10 February 1881 in Stockholm – 30 March 1954 in Stockholm) was a Swedish stage and film actor, screenwriter and film and theatre director. She was the managing director of the Royal Dramatic Theatre from 1938 to 1948.
Born in 1881, Brunius became a ballet student in 1891, but ended her ballet studies in favor of spoken drama. She was engaged at the theatre Olympiateatern in 1902. Jointly with her spouse (John W. Brunius) and colleague, Gösta Ekman (senior), she was the managing director of the theatre Oscarsteatern in 1926–1932. In 1938, she was engaged as the managing director of the Royal Dramatic Theatre.
Married 1909–1935 with actor John W. Brunius. She was the mother of actress Anne-Marie Brunius and actor Palle Brunius.
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