Stig Grybe, Swedish actor, Died at 88


Stig Rudolf Grybe was born on July 18, 1928, and died on February 1, 2017.

He was a Swedish actor, comedian, writer and film director.

His debut as a film actor was in the 1947 film Får jag lov, magistern, starring Stig Järrel and Ulla Sallert.

During the late 1950s and early 1960s, he played the character “Ante Nordlund” on the radio, in a 1963 TV series, and in the 1964 movie Drömpojken.

Grybe also worked in some of the Knäppupp revues.

Stig was scheduled to voice The Dog Hotel (scheduled for 2000).

He worked on primarily on stage, in TV series and films.

Stig died after a short illness.

Stig Grybe passed away at 88 years old.