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Swedish born actress Ann-Margaret Olsson

Swedish born actress Ann-Margaret Olsson

Divinely beautiful Swedish born actress Ann-Margaret Olsson

Swedish born actress Ann-Margaret Olsson
Born in Stockholm on April 28, 1941, Ann-Margaret spent her first five years in a small town of Valsjobyn. Back in 1941, Ann’s father moved to the United States, intending to transfer the whole family there, but the Second World War broke his plans. Only on November 29, 1946, Ann and her mother came to New York. The girl was then five years old and she did not speak English. Having settled in Fox Lake, in 1948 the family moved to Wilmette. And three years later, in 1949, Ann-Margaret became a naturalized US citizen.
The girl showed ner talents very early, and in 1950 Ann-Margret began to dance at a local studio. Then, in 1954, thirteen year-old girl became a cheerleader at school. In addition, she continued studies at New Trier High School, Winnetka, and Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

Jack Nicholson and Ann-Margret in Carnal Knowledge

Jack Nicholson and Ann-Margret in Carnal Knowledge

As a teenager, Ann-Margret participated in several television contests of talents, first on a local channel, and then on national television. In particular, appeared on Ted Mack’s Amateur Hour on television in 1957. She also participated in school theater productions and artist competitions. Ann-Margaret graduated from the school in June 1959 and the same summer went on a tour organized by the United Service Organizations to maintain American troops in Germany. Later, in 1960 made first appearance on the Las Vegas nightclub circuit.

Aged twenty, in 1961 Ann-Margaret made film debut as ingenue in Pocketful of Miracles with Bette Davis,
and in subsequent roles established persona as a sex kitten. Meanwhile, the first of many prime-time specials in the 1960 and 1970s The Ann-Margret Show, created a sensation on American network television. Thus, Ann-Margret established career as major Las Vegas headliner. However, in 1972 she suffered near-fatal fall during nightclub performance and recovered, with much publicized plastic surgery.
The list of her Awards includes the Golden Globe Award for Supporting Actress, for Carnal Knowledge, 1971 and Golden Globe Award, for Tommy, 1975.

From 1967 to 2017 was married to actor Roger Smith, who later became her manager.

Swedish born actress Ann-Margaret Olsson

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