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Rune Carlsten
Rune Carlsten.jpg
Carlsten in 1942
Born2 July 1890
Died12 October 1970
Täby, Sweden
Occupation(s)Actor, Writer, Director
Years active1919–1958 (film)

Rune Carlsten (1890–1970) was a Swedish actor, screenwriter and film director.[1][2][3]


Carlsten studied at Stockholm University 1908–1910, was involved with Einar Fröberg's theater company 1910–1912, at the Swedish Theater in Stockholm 1912–1913, at the Swedish Theater in Helsinki 1913–1914, at the Intimate Theater 1914–1921, at Filmindustri AB Skandia 1918– 1921, at Djurgårdsteatern 1917–1921 and 1924–1925, at Lorensbergsteatern in Gothenburg 1921–1924, at Bonnierfilm 1924, at AB Alb. Ranft's Theater 1925–1926, at the Oscar Theater 1926–1932, at Paramount in Paris 1929–1932, at Finlandia Film (House of Silence) in Helsinki 1933, at Jarfilm in Oslo 1932, at the Comedy Theater 1932–1933, at Ufa in Berlin 1933 and at Rosenbergsatelier in Vienna 1938.[4]

As early as 1919, he made a brilliant role as Carlsson in the first film adaptation of the people of Hemsö.[5]

In 1933 he was engaged at Dramaten where he worked as both an actor and director. Here he staged, among other things, Hjalmar Söderberg's play Aftonstjärnan.

He was involved in the first Swedish experiments with speech film around 1930. Rune Carlsten was affiliated with Radiotjänst from 1930 and was a board member of Drottningholmsteatern's Friends.

In 1942, Carlsten made an acclaimed film adaptation of the recently deceased Hjalmar Söderberg's novel Doktor Glas, in which he appeared as a screenwriter, director and actor.[6]

Rune Carlsten was the son of the wholesaler Eric Carlsten and Hilma Maria Herdin. During the years 1916–1923, he is married to the actress Anna Peréus. From 1925 he was married to the actress Dora Söderberg and the father of the actor and director Rolf Carlsten.

Carlsten is buried at Norra begravningsplatsen in Stockholm.[7]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Waldman p.223
  2. ^ Kwiatkowski, A. (2013-04-10). Swedish Film Classics. Courier Corporation. ISBN 9780486148205.
  3. ^ World Theatre (in French). International Theatre Institute. 1962.
  4. ^ "NETWATCH: Botany's Wayback Machine". Science. 316 (5831): 1547. 2007-06-15. doi:10.1126/science.316.5831.1547d. ISSN 0036-8075. S2CID 220096361.
  5. ^ Nordin, Magdalena (2014-12-11). "Interreligiösa gruppers samarbete med kommuner i Sverige". Politik. 17 (4). doi:10.7146/politik.v17i4.27596. ISSN 2446-0893. S2CID 153512767.
  6. ^ Lindblom, Jonas; Torres, Sandra (2015-12-03). "Etnicitets- och migrationsrelaterade frågor inom äldreomsorgen: en analys av Svenska Dagbladets rapportering mellan 1995-2008". Socialvetenskaplig Tidskrift. 18 (3). doi:10.3384/svt.2011.18.3.2513. ISSN 2003-5624.
  7. ^ "Hittagraven - Kyrkogårdsförvaltningen". Retrieved 2022-06-14.
  8. ^ Hjort, Mette; Lindqvist, Ursula (2016-05-31). A Companion to Nordic Cinema. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9781118475256.
  9. ^ Iverson, Gunnar; Widding, Astrid Soderbergh; Soila, Tytti (2005-07-19). Nordic National Cinemas. Routledge. ISBN 9781134891771.


  • Waldman, Harry. Missing Reels: Lost Films of American and European Cinema. McFarland, 2000.

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