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Malin Crépin

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Nationality  Sweden
Role  Actress
Name  Malin Crepin

Years active  1998–present
Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Markus Crepin Sundstrom
Malin Crepin in blonde short hair

Born  22 August 1978 (age 45) (1978-08-22) Stockholm, Sweden
Children  Carla Crepin, Frances Crepin
Movies  Nobel\'s Last Will, In Your Veins, A Place in the Sun, Oslo - August 31st, Cornelis
Similar People  Liza Marklund, Peter Flinth, Daniel Lind Lagerlof, Beata Gerdeler, Amir Chamdin

Malin cr pin

Malin Crépin (born 22 August 1978 in Stockholm), is a Swedish actress. She has starred in several movies. She became best known for her role in the Swedish film series A Case for Annika Bengtzon.


Malin Crépin in short hair as Annika Bengtzon, a fictional character in a Scandinavian noir book and film series created by the Swedish journalist

Life and career

Malin Crépin was born in Stockholm in 1978. From 1998 to 2002, she received her training at the Malmö Theatre Academy. Since then, she has been active in the Stockholm City Theatre and at the Swedish National Theater, in Stockholm.

Malin Crepin in blonde hair plays Annika Bengtzon in the Swedish prime time show

Crépin has also played in films and television series. Crépin embodied in 2012, the main role of the journalist Annika Bengtzon from the books by the Swedish novelist Liza Marklund.


Smiling Malin Crépin with her blonde short hair

  • 2008: Rising Star Award for Best Newcomer of the Year at the Stockholm International Film Festival
  • 2010: Nominated for the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress in the film In Your Veins
  • Malin Crépin in short hair


    Malin Crépin wearing emerald earrings

  • 2000: Ben Elton's Popcorn
  • 2002: Arthur Miller's Utiskt Från En Bro (A View From A Bridge)
  • 2002: Petra Berg-Holbeck's Starck
  • 2004: Shakespeare's A Midsummer´s Night Dream
  • 2005: Aldous Huxley's En Helskön Ny Värld (A Brave New World)
  • 2006: Lars Norén's Terminal
  • 2006: Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf
  • 2008: Jean Genet's Jungfruleken (The Maids)
  • 2008: Lars Norén's A La Mémoire Dánna Politkovskaia
  • 2008: Jez Butterworth's Överwintrare (The Winterling)
  • 2016: Rona Munro's The James Plays
  • References

    Malin Crépin Wikipedia