Emil Ahlén

Emil Ahlén



Emil Ahlén is a Swedish actor and comedian who has had a long and successful career in television, film, and theater. Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1987, Ahlén began his career as an actor at the age of 10, appearing in several Swedish productions. Throughout his teenage years and early twenties, he appeared in several Swedish television shows and films, including the popular series “Svenska Hollywoodfruar” and “Solsidan”.

In 2012, Ahlén made his debut on the big screen in the feature film “Restless”, where he played the role of an artist. The film was well-received and earned Ahlén a nomination for the Guldbagge Award for Best Actor.

He followed up his success in the big screen with a lead role in the 2013 comedy film “Svenskjävel”. In this film, Ahlén played the role of an unsuspecting Swedish tourist who gets mixed up in a very awkward situation. The film was a critical success, and Ahlén's performance was praised by critics and audiences alike.

In addition to his acting career, Ahlén has made a name for himself as a comedic performer. He has appeared in several popular comedy shows in Sweden, including “En stor familj” and “Sällskapsresan”. He is also a frequent guest on the popular Swedish talk show “Skavlan”.

Ahlén continues to enjoy success as an actor and comedian. He currently stars in the popular comedy series “Bonusfamiljen”, which recently earned him a Guldbagge Award nomination for Best Actor in a Television Series. He is also set to appear in the upcoming film “Welcome to Sodertalje”.

Emil Ahlén has established himself as one of Sweden's most talented actors and comedians. His success has been well-deserved, and he shows no signs of slowing down. It is likely that he will continue to impress both critics and audiences for years to come.

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