Reportedly News i According to Variety, Swedish actor Max Fu Sido, reminiscent of Ingram Bergman's major films, died at the age of nine. The actor, who passed away Sunday, starred Ingram Bergman in Season 7, starring Antonius Blok as Knight.
Known as the symbol of the modern man in Bergman's films, he also starred in films such as "In a Mirror" and "Shame."
Born in Lund, Sweden, on April 1, the actress has been in the acting business since year 2. He won the Oscar for his first nomination in the Las Vegas role of Paul Fateh, and was nominated for an Academy Award for the second time, starring in the film "Extremely Long and Too Close".
She had her first acting career in Season 1 of "Only a Mother," and two years later with "Miss Julie" made her way to the silver screen. His first work with Bergman took place at the Malmö City Theater and later became the cast of "Wild Strawberries" (2) and "The Virgin's Eye" (1).
He went to the United States in 2008 and continued to appear in Swedish cinema, and in the third year he starred alongside Liu Ullmann in Ian Troll's The Immigrants.
He won the Golden Globe nomination for Hawaii in Year 2 and Jenner in Year 2.
In the mid-1990s, von Sido moved to Rome, appearing in a number of Italian films, including the movie "The Desert of the Tatars" (2), shot in the Citadel of Bam, Iran.
He has worked with leading cinema directors, including David Lynch, Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese.
Von Sydow was starring as Steven Spielberg in the sci-fi thriller "The Minority Report" starring Tom Cruise in Season 6 and starring in Season 6 of The Game of Thrones. He also starred in the seventh film Star Wars.
Max von Sydow received the Swedish Royal Foundation's Cultural Award of the Year 2 and the Legion of Donor Medal of the Year.
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