|Name Allan Schulman||Role Journalist|
|Born 15 September 1919 (1919-09-15) Helsinki, Finland|
Occupation Journalist, television producer
Spouse(s) Eva Tawastjerna (1945–1974)Lisette Stolpe (1974–2003)
Children Alex Schulman, Calle Schulman
Parents Morgan Schulman, Tynni Schulman
Grandchildren Frances Schulman, Charlie Schulman
Similar People Alex Schulman, Lisette Schulman, Sven Stolpe, Amanda Schulman, Katrin Zytomierska
Died 12 July 2003 (aged 83) Stockholm, Sweden
Allan Schulman (15 September 1919 – 12 July 2003) was a Swedish-Finnish journalist and Television producer. He was the son of the propaganda director Morgan Schulman and the author Tyyni Schulman (née Krank) and a member of the noble family Schulman
He worked as journalist and managing editor at different Swedish newspapers and local radio stations in Finland between 1941 and 1951, and as producer at YLE between 1950 and 1953. In the year 1953 he moved to Stockholm to work at Radiotjänst, where he first served as producer and from 1958 as managing producer. As producer he produced Frukostklubben with Sigge Fürst as host. Between 1962 and 1965 he worked as TV producer. During the following years he worked as director of communications at the Swedish Red Cross. Between 1967 and 1984 he worked at Sveriges Radio/Sveriges Television as producer for Kvitt eller dubbelt, Hylands hörna and more.
Schulman was married to the journalist Eva Schulman (née Tawaststjerna) between 1945 and 1974 and together they had four children, Jannecke, Leif, Micaela and Annika (married Åslund). In 1974 he married the journalist Lisette Schulman (née Stolpe) and together they had three children, Niklas, Alex and Calle.
Schulman died on 12 July 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden, aged 83.