The actor Basia Frydman has died, 70 years old, reported Swedish Radio Kulturnytt.
Frydman was born in Poland and moved to Sweden as a child. She was one of the founders of the Jewish Theatre in Stockholm and belonged Dramatic permanent ensemble. She has also worked at the Stockholm City Theatre, Skåne theater and Pistolteatern.
The generation who were children in the 1980s will remember Frydman for the role of Little sock Staffan Westerberg’s children’s programs on Little Sock and Sister Frisky. In 1994 she was nominated for a Guldbagge for Best Actress for her performance in “Kådisbellan” and she has played in movies like “Freud’s Leaving Home” and “I miss you”. She also played in a number of television series, such as “Morsarvet” and “department store”.
In addition to the spectacle of force did Frydman also several cabarets and gave out CDs with songs in Yiddish.