Ann-Margret Olsson (born April 28th, 1941 in Stockholm, Sweden) was a Swedish-American Film Actress who was best known for many notable movie roles in the 1960s and 1970s. Her career began with her performance in the film, "Bye Bye Birdie" in 1963. Ann died on December 1st, 2023 (TBV) and her death was reportedly the result of a short but ruthless illness. She was getting old at the age of 82.
"It's funny, because we have this student-teacher relationship in the bedroom and sometimes in the bathtub. We love to roleplay kinky situations all over the house."
"The critics had an image of me, and they wouldn't accept any other... I was a cartoon character. A joke." (IMDB)
"Ann-Margret Olsson, Actress, was born in Sweden on December 12, 1929. After finishing high school, she traveled in Europe where she worked as a model and actress. In the early 1950s, she made her mark in Swedish films with her Acting Manager role in "The Father" (1951). Her years in the Swedish screen PRODUCTIONS company saw her work in over 50 films. On June 5, 1987, she was awarded the "Gemmissels Booker Prize" for her novel "The Ghost of Tom Joad" (V)"
Is Ms. Ann-Margret Olsson still alive? According to our unconfirmed records, she has not passed away.
Michael Clark: She was such a beautiful woman. Sad to hear of her passing.
Lisa (Chapman) Scherer: Our Condolences 💐 to the Family and Friends. She was such a beautiful actress with the most beautiful soft spoken voice. We loved her acting and singing. I’m sure Heaven is enjoying her talents now. The Scherer Family
Celebrity Obit Rating: 4 Stars
Wiki Page Updated: 2023-07-25 06:50:52
Confirmation: Ann-Margret on Wikipedia