Lena Marina Alexandra Dahlström (born 12 February 1984) is a Swedish actress.
1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Filmography 4 References 5 External links
Career Dahlström gained international attention in 1998, after starring as "Elin" in the film Show Me Love. For this, she won the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress, together with Rebecka Liljeberg. Despite receiving numerous offers to act in other films, she declined, stating that she wanted to concentrate on finishing school. When once asked when she was younger what she wanted to be when she grew up, Dahlström stated: "Serial killer, or rockstar". In 2002, Dahlström acted as assistant director and Russian translator, alongside Show Me Love director Lukas Moodysson, with his film Lilya 4-ever. In 2007 Dahlström had a small role in the Dutch soap opera Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden on RTL 4. She played a Swedish exchange student named Skylar Nilsson. On 18 April 2008 she returned to this role for a short period. Personal life Dahlström was born in Gävle, Sweden, and grew up in Stockholm. Her mother, Irina Borisovna, is Russian, and her father is Swedish. She speaks Swedish, Russian, German, French, English, and Italian. She lived alone in Stockholm after graduating high school. She continued to act in theatre. After a several-year break, Dahlström again starred in the film Fröken Sverige (Miss Sweden), for which she received favorable reviews. During the autumn of 2004 she was the DJ for the biggest late night talk show in Sweden, called 'Late Night with Luuk', which she had been originally interviewed on in May 1998 with Rebecka Liljeberg for her acting in Show Me Love. On her debut as DJ for the show, the guests were R.E.M. and British actor Paul Bettany. After completing her studies, she lived in Rome, Italy, before moving back to Stocholm and is again pursuing a serious acting career. Filmography
Sanning eller konsekvens (1997) St. Mikael (series) (1998) Show Me Love (1998) Kranes konditori (theatre play) (1999) In Bed with Santa, aka Tomten är far till alla barnen (1999) En vacker värld (theatre play) (2001) La Carpe (short film) (2001) Miss Sweden (2004) Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden (TV series in the Netherlands) (2007, 2008) Astro: An Urban Fable in a Magical Rio De Janeiro (2012) Blondie (2012)
"Alexandra Dahlström" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
^ Fucking Åmål - Show Me Love Archived 2007-02-23 at the Wayback Machine. ^ alexandra-dahlstrom.net ^ users.belgacom.net ^ bossanovafilms.com.br Archived 2012-09-03 at the Wayback Machine.
Alexandra Dahlström on IMDb aftonbladet.se, Swedish story about new life as DJ
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Guldbagge Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Ingrid Thulin (1963/64) Eva Dahlbeck (1964/65) Christina Schollin (1965/66) Bibi Andersson (1966/67) Lena Nyman (1967/68) Liv Ullmann (1968/69) Anita Ekström (1969/70) Monica Zetterlund (1971/72) Harriet Andersson (1972/73) Inga Tidblad (1973/74) Lis Nilheim (1974/75) Margaretha Krook (1975/76) Birgitta Valberg (1976/77) Lil Terselius (1977/78) Sif Ruud (1978/79) Gunn Wållgren (1980/81) Sunniva Lindekleiv, Lise Fjeldstad, Rønnaug Alten (1981/82) Malin Ek, Kim Anderzon (1982/83) Gunilla Nyroos (1984) Malin Ek (1985) Stina Ekblad (1986) Lene Brøndum (1987) Lena T. Hansson (1988) Viveka Seldahl (1989) Malin Ek (1990)
Gunilla Röör (1991) Pernilla August (1992) Helena Bergström (1993) Suzanne Reuter (1994) Gunilla Röör (1995) Ghita Nørby (1996) Johanna Sällström (1997) Alexandra Dahlström (1998) Katarina Ewerlöf (1999) Lena Endre (2000) Viveka Seldahl (2001) Oksana Akinshina (2002) Ann Petrén (2003) Maria Kulle (2004) Maria Lundqvist (2005) Haddy Jallow (2006) Sofia Ledarp (2007) Maria Heiskanen (2008) Noomi Rapace (2009) Alicia Vikander (2010) Ann Petrén (2011) Nermina Lukac (2012) Edda Magnason (2013) Saga Becker (2014) Malin Levanon (2015) Maria Sundbom (2016) Lene Cecilia Sparrok (2017)
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 55371461 LCCN: nr2004013501 ISNI: 0000 0001 2133 8463 GND: 135726344 SUDOC: 083225242 BNF: