Astrid Maria Carlsson
11 May 1896
|Died||15 May 1975 (aged 89)|
|Years active||1913-1931 (film)|
(m. 1913; div. 1920)
(m. 1932; died 1955)
Astrid Maria Carlsson was born in Fors parish, Södermanland, Sweden. She debuted in the 1910s in the theater company of director Karin Swanström (1873–1942).  In 1914, together with her first husband Karl Gerhard Johnson (1891-1964), she went to the Nya Teatern in Gothenburg acting under the direction of theatre manager Hjalmar Selander (1859–1928).
During the 1920s, she moved to Berlin and appeared as a leading lady in a number of German films. In 1932, she married German film actor, Rudolf Klein-Rogge (1885-1955). She died at Brännkyrka and was buried in the memorial grove of Skogskyrkogården in Stockholm. 
- Sir Arne's Treasure (1919)
- The Voice of the Heart (1924)
- The Telephone Operator (1925)
- Dagfin (1926)
- State Attorney Jordan (1926)
- The House of Lies (1926)
- The Strange Case of Captain Ramper (1927)
- Caught in Berlin's Underworld (1927)
- Artists (1928)
- Life's Circus (1928)
- Sex in Chains (1928)
- Parrill p.353
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