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Lena Endre

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Lena Endre
(born 8 July 1955) is a Swedish actress of film and television,[1] primarily in the Swedish and Norwegian markets, known for her parts in the Liv Ullmann film Trolösa (2000), and the Millennium series of films (e.g., The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), based on the eponymous trio of Stieg Larsson books. Endre made her English-language debut in 2012, in Paul Thomas Anderson‘s movie The Master, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Early life[edit]

Lena Endre was born in Lidingö, Stockholm County and grew up in Härnösand, Ångermanland, and Trollbäcken, Tyresö.[2] Initially, she was studying Marine Biology[3] before dropping out to work at a record store; she participated in amateur theater during this time.[2] She acted as a part of the Teater Sputnik and Inge Waern’s Theatre Studio theater groups in 1979. In 1983, she was accepted to the Stockholm Academy of the Performing Arts.[3]

Career[edit]

Endre graduated Stockholm Academy of the Performing Arts in 1986 and had her breakthrough in the Swedish television series The Department Store[3] and Lorry in the 1980s.[2] She left the cast of The Department Store after identifying too closely with her character. Endre was hired by the Royal Dramatic Theatre in 1987.[3] Prior to her role on The Department Store, she had a small part in the film The Inside Man in 1984.[2]

Since then she has acted in a number of television and film productions, primarily in Sweden and Norway.

She is known for her part in the Liv Ullmann film Trolösa (2000),[citation needed] as well as her role as Katarina, the love interest for Wallander in the second TV series of that name.[when?][citation needed] Endre also appeared in two films by Danish director Simon Staho, Dag och Natt (2004) and Himlens Hjärta (2008),[citation needed] for which she was nominated as Best Leading Actress at the Swedish film awards, “Guldbagge”.[citation needed] More recently, Endre dramatized the character “Erika Berger,” editor of the fictional investigative periodical Millenium in the trilogy of films—The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest (all 2009)—based on the eponymous trio of Stieg Larsson books.[citation needed]

Endre made her English-language debut in Paul Thomas Anderson‘s movie The Master, alongside Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams, and Laura Dern.[citation needed]

Awards[edit]

Lena Endre received “Guldbagge” (Swedish film award) for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 1997 and for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2000,[4] and was a host of the same awards in 2006.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Endre has two children from a relationship with the actor Thomas Hanzon that spanned from 1988 to 1998.[citation needed] Endre was married to the Swedish director Richard Hobert from 2000 to 2012.[citation needed]

Filmography

 Actress (57 credits)
 2017 Kingsman: The Golden Circle (completed)
The Queen of Sweden
 2017 Måste gitt
Lena
 2015-2016 Acquitted (TV Series)
Eva Hansteen

The Murderer (2016) … Eva Hansteen
The Betrayal (2016) … Eva Hansteen
The Hunt (2016) … Eva Hansteen
The Verdict (2016) … Eva Hansteen
The Disclosure (2016) … Eva Hansteen
 2016/I Senses (Short)
Helen
 2014 Viva Hate (TV Mini-Series)
Daniels mamma

Episode #1.3 (2014) … Daniels mamma
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Daniels mamma
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Daniels mamma
 2013 Echoes from the Dead
Julia Davidsson
 2012 Coacherna (TV Mini-Series)
Carina

Episode #1.6 (2012) … Carina
Episode #1.5 (2012) … Carina
Episode #1.4 (2012) … Carina
Episode #1.3 (2012) … Carina
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Carina
 2010/I Limbo
Charlotte
 2009-2010 Wallander (TV Series)
Katarina Ahlsell

Vittnet (2010) … Katarina Ahlsell
Arvet (2010) … Katarina Ahlsell
 2009 The Angel
 2008 Himlens hjärta
Susanna
 2006 Göta kanal 2 – Kanalkampen
Vonna Jigert
 2005 Harry’s Daughters
Marie
 2004 Day and Night
Anna
 2004 Aftermath
Vivi
 2004 Three Suns
Hanna Röde
 2003 Tystnadens röst (Short)
 2000/II Gossip
Rebecca Olsson-Frigårdh
 2000 Faithless
Marianne
 1999 Jävla Kajsa (TV Series)
Bettan
 1999 Fatimas tredje hemlighet (Short)
Poesikvinnan
 1998 Sanna ögonblick
Viivi
 1998 Från regnormarnas liv (TV Movie)
Hanne Louise Heiberg
 1997 In the Presence of a Clown (TV Movie)
Märta Lundberg
 1997 Expectations
Margareta
 1996 Juloratoriet
Solveig Nordensson
 1996 Jerusalem
Barbro
 1995 Kristin Lavransdatter
Eline Ormsdatter
 1994 Yrrol – En kolossalt genomtänkt film
Begravningsdeltagare
 1993 Hedda Gabler (TV Movie)
Hedda Gabler
 1993 Den ena kärleken och den andra (TV Mini-Series)
Tina
 1991 Trappen (TV Mini-Series)
 1990 Pelle flyttar till Komfusenbo (Short)
Mamma
 1989 Istanbul
Ingrid
 1989 Lorry (TV Series)
Medverkande

Episode #1.3 (1989) … Medverkande
Episode #1.6 (1989) … Medverkande
Episode #1.5 (1989) … Medverkande
Episode #1.4 (1989) … Medverkande
Episode #1.2 (1989) … Medverkande
 1988 Kråsnålen (TV Mini-Series)
Monika Nilsson

Episode #1.5 (1988) … Monika Nilsson
Episode #1.4 (1988) … Monika Nilsson
Episode #1.3 (1988) … Monika Nilsson
Episode #1.2 (1988) … Monika Nilsson
Episode #1.1 (1988) … Monika Nilsson
 1988 The Visitors
Sara
 1988 Vendetta i en etta (TV Movie)
Eva
 1987-1988 Varuhuset (TV Series)
Ingrid

Undanflykter och bekännelser (1988) … Ingrid
Jag älskar dig, pappa (1988) … Ingrid
Pelikanen (1988) … Ingrid
Ur lögnen kommer sanningen (1988) … Ingrid
Den stora överraskningen (1988) … Ingrid
 1987 Mio in the Land of Faraway
Mrs. Lundin (Swedish version, voice)
 1984 Slagskämpen
Astrid
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