Guldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

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Guldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
CountrySweden
Presented bySwedish Film Institute
First awarded1964 (for acting in films released during the 1963/1964 film season)
Currently held byFares Fares,
The Nile Hilton Incident (2017)
Websiteguldbaggen.se

The Guldbagge for Best Actor in a Leading Role is a Swedish film award presented annually by the Swedish Film Institute (SFI) as part of the Guldbagge Awards (Swedish: "Guldbaggen") to actors working in the Swedish motion picture industry.

Superlatives[edit]

Superlative Best Actor Best Supporting Actor Overall
Actor with most awards Jarl Kulle
Göran Stangertz
Stellan Skarsgård
Sven Wollter
Max von Sydow
Rolf Lassgård
Sven-Bertil Taube
Krister Henriksson
Mikael Persbrandt
2 Jarl Kulle
Göran Stangertz
Stellan Skarsgård
Sven Wollter
Max von Sydow
Rolf Lassgård
Sven-Bertil Taube
Krister Henriksson
Mikael Persbrandt
2
Actor with most nominations Mikael Persbrandt
Rolf Lassgård
5 Anders Ahlbom
Thommy Berggren
Kjell Bergqvist
Brasse Brännström
David Dencik
Dan Ekborg
Sverrir Gudnason
Michael Nyqvist
Shanti Roney
Sven-Bertil Taube
Johan Widerberg
2 Mikael Persbrandt
Rolf Lassgård
5

Winners and nominees[edit]

Each Guldbagge Awards ceremony is listed chronologically below along with the winner of the Guldbagge Award for Actor in a Leading Role and the film associated with the award. Before 1991 the awards did not announce nominees, only winners. In the columns under the winner of each award are the other nominees for best actor, which are listed from 1991 and forward.

For the first nineteen ceremonies, the eligibility period spanned two calendar years. For example, the 2nd Guldbagge Awards presented on October 15, 1965, recognized films that were released between July, 1964 and June, 1965.[1][2] Starting with the 20th Guldbagge Awards, held in 1985, the period of eligibility became the full previous calendar year from January 1 to December 31. The Awards presented at that ceremony were in respect of 18 months of film production owing to the changeover from the broken calendar year to the standard calendar year during 1984.[1] Due to a mediocre film year, no awards ceremony was held in 1971.[3]

  Winners before the nomination system (1964–1990)
  Winners under the nomination system (1991–present)
Jarl Kulle won twice for his roles in 1964's Swedish Wedding Night and 1983's Fanny and Alexander.
Per Oscarsson won in 1966/67 for his performance in Hunger.
Gösta Ekman won in 1972/73 for his performance in The Man Who Quit Smoking.
Allan Edwall won in 1973/74 for his performance in Emil and the Piglet.
Göran Stangertz won twice for his roles in 1974/75's The Last Adventure and in 1997's Run for Your Life.
Ingvar Hirdwall won in 1980/81 for his performance in Children's Island.
Stellan Skarsgård won twice for his roles in 1981/82's The Simple-Minded Murderer, and for 1989's films Codename Coq Rouge and The Women on the Roof.
Sven Wollter won twice for his roles in 1984's films The Man from Majorca and Sista leken, and in 2001's A Song for Martin.
Max von Sydow won twice for his roles in 1987's Pelle the Conqueror and in 1996's Hamsun.
Mikael Persbrandt won twice for his roles in 2008's Everlasting Moments and 2013's Nobody Owns Me.
Joel Kinnaman won in 2010 for his performance in Easy Money.
Year Actor Film Role(s) Ref.
1963/64
(1st)
Keve HjelmAward winner Raven's End The father
1964/65
(2nd)
Jarl KulleAward winner Swedish Wedding Night Hilmer Westlund
1965/66
(3rd)
Thommy BerggrenAward winner Heja Roland! Roland Jung
1966/67
(4th)
Per OscarssonAward winner Hunger Pontus
1967/68
(5th)
Halvar BjörkAward winner Badarna Knoppen Berglund
1968/69
(6th)
Roland HedlundAward winner Ådalen 31 Harald
1969/70
(7th)
Carl-Gustaf LindstedtAward winner Harry Munter Valle
1970/71
(no award given)

(no award given)

(no award given)
1971/72
(8th)
Eddie AxbergAward winner The Emigrants
The New Land
Robert Nilsson
1972/73
(9th)
Gösta EkmanAward winner The Man Who Quit Smoking Dante Alighieri
1973/74
(10th)
Allan EdwallAward winner Emil and the Piglet Anton Svensson
1974/75
(11th)
Göran StangertzAward winner The Last Adventure Karl-Erik "Jimmy" Mattsson
1975/76
(12th)
Toivo PawloAward winner Hallo Baby The girl's father
1976/77
(13th)
Håkan SernerAward winner The Man on the Roof
Bang!
Einar Rönn
Magnus Hinder
1977/78
(14th)
Anders LönnbroAward winner The Score Kennet Ahl
1978/79
(15th)
Anders ÅbergAward winner Kejsaren Elje (Jesaja) Ström
1979/80
(16th)
Peter LindgrenAward winner I Am Maria Jon
1980/81
(17th)
Ingvar HirdwallAward winner Children's Island Stig Utler
1981/82
(18th)
Stellan SkarsgårdAward winner The Simple-Minded Murderer Sven
1982/83
(19th)
Jarl KulleAward winner Fanny and Alexander Gustav Adolf Ekdahl
1984
(20th)
Sven WollterAward winner The Man from Majorca
Sista leken
Bo Jarnebring
Viktor
1985
(21st)
Anton GlanzeliusAward winner My Life as a Dog Ingemar
1986
(22nd)
Erland JosephsonAward winner Amorosa
The Sacrifice
David Sprengel
Alexander
1987
(23rd)
Max von SydowAward winner Pelle the Conqueror Lasse Karlsson
1988
(24th)
Tomas BolmeAward winner Creditors Adolf
1989
(25th)
Stellan SkarsgårdAward winner Codename Coq Rouge
The Women on the Roof
Carl Hamilton
Willy
1990
(26th)
Börje AhlstedtAward winner The Rabbit Man Bengt Nääs [4]
1991
(27th)
Lasse ÅbergAward winner Den ofrivillige golfaren Stig-Helmer Olsson [5]
Antti Reini Il Capitano: A Swedish Requiem Jari
Rolf Lassgård Önskas Bosse
1992
(28th)
Rolf LassgårdAward winner Night of the Orangutan Fritz Algot "Tjaffo" Nilsson [6]
Thommy Berggren Sunday's Children Erik Bergman
Samuel Fröler The Best Intentions Henrik Bergman
1993
(29th)
Sven LindbergAward winner Spring of Joy Ragnar Persson [7]
Peter Haber Sune's Summer Rudolf
Simon Norrthon Speak Up! It's So Dark Sören
1994
(30th)
Sven-Bertil TaubeAward winner The Hands Ralf
Peter Haber Sommarmord Sture
Tord Peterson House of Angels – The Second Summer Ivar Pettersson
1995
(31st)
Loa FalkmanAward winner Like It Never Was Before Rune Runeberg
Peter Haber White Lies Palle Hagmann
Johan Widerberg All Things Fair Stig Santesson
1996
(32nd)
Max von SydowAward winner Hamsun Knut Hamsun
Rolf Lassgård The Hunters Erik Bäckström
Gösta Ekman Dad Is Tired Again Father (Mr. Khopp)
1997
(33rd)
Göran StangertzAward winner Run for Your Life Mikael
Björn Kjellman Adam & Eva Adam
Jakob Eklund Run for Your Life Erik
1998
(34th)
Krister HenrikssonAward winner Waiting for the Tenor Hoffman/Henning
Johan H:son Kjellgren Waiting for the Tenor Tomas
Rolf Lassgård Under the Sun Olof
1999
(35th)
Björn KjellmanAward winner Vägen ut Reine
Mikael Persbrandt Deathly Compulsion Andreas Persson
Jakob Eklund Zero Tolerance Johan Falk
2000
(36th)
Kjell BergqvistAward winner Den bästa sommaren Yngve Johansson
Per Graffman Before the Storm Ali
Michalis Koutsogiannakis The New Land Massoud
2001
(37th)
Sven WollterAward winner A Song for Martin Martin
Örjan Ramberg Powder Ambel
Kjell Bergqvist Days Like This Leif
2002
(38th)
Michael NyqvistAward winner Grabben i graven bredvid Benny Söderström
Artiom Bogutjarskij Lilja 4-ever Volodja
Mikael Persbrandt Everybody Loves Alice Johan Lindberg
2003
(39th)
Jonas KarlssonAward winner Details Stefan
Jakob Eklund Daybreak Rickard
Andreas Wilson Evil Erik Ponti
2004
(40th)
Robert GustafssonAward winner Four Shades of Brown Christer
Johan
Michael Nyqvist As It Is in Heaven Daniel Daréus
Johan Rheborg Four Shades of Brown Kjell Levrén
Ernst
2005
(41st)
Krister HenrikssonAward winner Sex, Hope and Love Bertil
Peter Andersson Mouth to Mouth Mats
Mikael Persbrandt Bang Bang Orangutang Åke Jönsson
2006
(42nd)
Gustaf SkarsgårdAward winner Kidz in da Hood Johan Sahlén
Jonas Karlsson Offside Anders
Anastasios Soulis Suddenly Jonas
2007
(43rd)
Michael SegerströmAward winner Darling Bernard
Jonas Karlsson To Love Someone Hannes
Leonard Terfelt Leo Leo
2008
(44th)
Mikael PersbrandtAward winner Everlasting Moments Sigfrid Larsson [8][9]
Gustaf Skarsgård Patrik, Age 1.5 Göran Skoogh
Peter Stormare Wolf Klemens
2009
(45th)
Claes LjungmarkAward winner A Rational Solution Sven-Erik [10]
Olle Sarri The Ape Krister
Björn Starrin Bröllopsfotografen Robin
2010
(46th)
Joel KinnamanAward winner Easy Money Johan "JW" Westlund [11]
Sebastian Hiort af Ornäs Sebbe Sebbe
Bill Skarsgård Simple Simon Simon
2011
(47th)
Sven-Bertil TaubeAward winner A One-Way Trip to Antibes George [12]
Mikael Persbrandt Stockholm East Johan
Kevin Vaz Play Kevin
2012
(48th)
Johannes BrostAward winner Avalon Janne [13][14]
Bengt C.W. Carlsson Lycka till och ta hand om varandra Alvar
Matias Varela Easy Money II: Hard to Kill Jorge Salinas Barrio
2013
(49th)
Mikael PersbrandtAward winner Nobody Owns Me Hasse [15][16]
Robert Gustafsson The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared Allan Karlsson
Matias Varela Easy Money III: Life Deluxe Jorge Salinas Barrio
2014
(50th)
Sverrir GudnasonAward winner Flugparken Kristian Keskitalo [17][18]
David Dencik Gentlemen Henry Morgan
Johannes Bah Kuhnke Force Majeure Tomas
2015
(51st)
Rolf LassgårdAward winner A Man Called Ove Ove [19][20]
Ulrik Munther The Here After John
Filip Berg Eternal Summer Isak
2016
(52nd)
Anders MosslingAward winner The Yard 11811 [21][22]
Lennart Jähkel Granny´s Dancing on the Table The Father
Milan Dragišić My Aunt in Sarajevo Zlatan
Jonathan Silén The Modern Project Simon
2017
(53rd)
Fares FaresAward winner The Nile Hilton Incident Noredin Mostafa [23][24]
Claes Bang The Square Christian
Reine Brynolfsson Ravens Agne
Sverrir Gudnason Borg McEnroe Björn Borg
2018
(54th)
Fredrik Dahl Amateurs Musse [25]
Sebastian Ljungblad Goliath Kimmie
Mikael Persbrandt The Cake General Hasse P
Joakim Sällquist Goliath Roland

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Guldbagge Award categories". The Swedish Film Database. Retrieved February 18, 2014.
  2. ^ "Värdar, tid och plats för alla Guldbaggegalor" (in Swedish). The Swedish Film Database. Archived from the original on March 10, 2014. Retrieved February 19, 2014.
  3. ^ "När filmgalan var ny" (in Swedish). The Swedish Film Database. Retrieved February 19, 2014.
  4. ^ "Guldbagge Awards 1991 (Sweden) - Swedish Film Institute". FilmAffinity. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
  5. ^ "Guldbagge Awards 1992 (Sweden) - Swedish Film Institute". FilmAffinity. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
  6. ^ "Guldbagge Awards 1993 (Sweden) - Swedish Film Institute". FilmAffinity. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
  7. ^ "Guldbagge Awards 1994 (Sweden) - Swedish Film Institute". FilmAffinity. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
  8. ^ "Guldbaggenomineringar 2008". Dagens Nyheter (in Swedish). January 10, 2010. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
  9. ^ Widman, Linda (January 12, 2009). "Här är galans alla vinnare". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). Retrieved February 6, 2018.
  10. ^ Peterson, Jens; Holmqvist, Emilia; Wejbro, Sandra (January 8, 2010). "De kan vinna baggar". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). Retrieved February 8, 2017.
  11. ^ "De krigar om Guldbaggarna". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). January 24, 2011. Retrieved February 9, 2017.
  12. ^ Fellman, Erik (January 23, 2012). "Guldbaggen 2012 : Vinnare" (in Swedish). Filmkritikerna. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
  13. ^ "Nomineringarna till Guldbaggen" (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan.se. Retrieved January 3, 2013.
  14. ^ Fellman, Erik (January 21, 2013). "Guldbaggen 2013 : Vinnare" (in Swedish). Filmkritikerna. Retrieved January 12, 2016.
  15. ^ Svenska Filminstitutet (January 3, 2014). "Nominerade". guldbaggen.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 12 January 2016.
  16. ^ "Guldbaggen 2014: Vinnarna" (in Swedish). MovieZine.se. January 21, 2014. Retrieved January 12, 2016.
  17. ^ Svenska Filminstitutet (January 8, 2015). "Nominerade". guldbaggen.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 8 January 2015.
  18. ^ "Alla vinnare Guldbaggen 2015" (in Swedish). SVT. January 26, 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2016.
  19. ^ "Nominations for the 2015 Guldbagge Awards" (Press release). Swedish Film Institute. January 4, 2016. Retrieved January 5, 2016.
  20. ^ Norman, Isabel; Nykänen, Joni (January 18, 2016). "Glädjevrålet på Guldbaggegalan" (in Swedish). Aftonbladet. Retrieved January 19, 2016.
  21. ^ Anderberg, Carl Adam. "Nominerade" (in Swedish). Moviezine. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
  22. ^ Folcker, Sebastian (January 23, 2017). "De blev årets vinnare". SVT (in Swedish). Retrieved January 23, 2017.
  23. ^ Haimi, Rebecca (January 4, 2018). "Flest nomineringar till Borg – Östlund: "Det känns okej"". SVT (in Swedish). Retrieved January 5, 2018.
  24. ^ Pettersson, Leo (January 22, 2018). "Glädjetårar efter Sameblods succé". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). Retrieved January 22, 2018.
  25. ^ "De är nominerade till Guldbaggen 2019". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). January 3, 2019. Retrieved January 10, 2019.

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