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|Died||February 21, 1993 (aged 78)|
Christenson was born in the small village of Hunnebostrand. She studied at the Royal Dramatic Theatre from 1933 to 1936.
She married the writer Per-Erik Rundquist and with him had a son, Mikael Rundquist, also an actor.
- Emilie Högquist, 1939
- Hem från Babylon, 1941
- Doctor Glas, 1942
- Live Dangerously, 1944
- You Who Are About to Enter, 1945
- Prison, 1949
- One Summer of Happiness, 1951
- Divorced, 1951
- The Best Intentions, 1992
- Sunday's Children, 1992
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