Siw Malmkvist is a performer with great versatility in the Swedish entertainment business as she, alongside her career in pop/schlager music, has performed in stage plays, musicals and in films. She played Pippi Longstocking in the popular children musical production of Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking in 1980, for example, appeared in the musical version of Some Like It Hot (see Sugar) and she played the part of Luisa in the original Swedish - and European - production of Maury Yeston’s musical Nine in 1983. In 2002 she appeared as the Mother in Hans Alfredson’s stage play Lille Ronny at Maximteatern. With Thorsten Flinck she made a popular Swedish cover on Nick Cave/Kylie Minogue’s great hit Where the Wild Roses Grow (2004).
She has altogether recorded about 600 songs (and has made recordings in nine different languages), which makes her one of the most productive Swedish female singers.
Edited by myrthilla on 18 Mar 2008, 14:41
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