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Sofia Helin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sofia Margareta Götschenhjelm Helin (born April 25, 1972 in Hovsta in Närke, Örebro) is a Swedish actress best known for the Guldbagge nomination she got for her role in Dalecarlians (Swedish: Masjävlar). Sofia Helin graduated from the Theater Academy in Stockholm in 2001. In 1994-1996 she went to Calle Flygares theater school. She has lived in Linghem outside Linköping. She has played in several films, including At Point Blank (Rånarna) where she had the leading role of chief inspector Klara. In 2004 she had another leading role as Mia in Masjävlar. It was in that movie she made her breakthrough. In 2007 she got a further leading role as Cecilia Algottsdotter in Jan Guillou's The Knight Templar (Crusades trilogy) about Arn Magnusson. She is also included in the new Swedish animated movie Metropia, which was released in the cinema in October 2009. Description above from the Wikipedia article Sofia Helin, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Apr 25, 1972 In Hovsta, Sweden
Movie/TV Credits:
16
First Appeared:
In the movie Beck - Sista vittnet 2002-01-04
Latest Project:
Movie The Snowman 2017-10-12
Known For
Poster of Metropia
Poster of Arn - The Full Story
Poster of Arn: The Knight Templar
Poster of Nina Frisk
Filmography
Movie The Divine Order Eden 2017-03-09
Movie The Snowman 2017-10-12
Movie The Same Sky Lauren 2017-03-27
Series The Same Sky Lauren 2017-03-27
Series ReLIFE 2016-07-02
Movie Ragnarok Elisabeth 2013-11-11
Movie Åsa-Nisse - Welcome to Knohult Fröken Britta 2011-02-11
Series The Bridge Saga Norén 2011-09-21
Movie Metropia Anna Svensson (voice) 2009-10-21
Movie Arn - The Full Story Cecilia Algotsdotter 2008-01-01
Movie Nina Frisk Nina Frisk 2007-03-09
Movie Arn: The Knight Templar Cecilia Algotsdotter 2007-12-17
Movie Bloodbrothers Malena 2005-12-02
Movie Dalecarlians Mia 2004-11-25
Movie At Point Blank Klara 2003-12-13
Movie Beck - Sista vittnet Sofija 2002-01-04