Lund - Notable Natives and Residents

Notable Natives and Residents

  • Klas Anshelm, architect
  • Axwell, professional DJ
  • Rolf-Göran Bengtsson, Olympic equestrian
  • Martin Dahlin, footballer
  • Timbuktu (Jason Diakité), hip-hop and reggae artist
  • Kim Ekdahl du Rietz, handball player
  • Mikael Håfström, film writer and director
  • Amanda Jenssen, singer and Idol competitor
  • Joachim Johansson, tennis player
  • Helena Josefsson, singer
  • Roger Ljung, footballer
  • Jan Malmsjö, actor
  • Lukas Moodysson, film writer, director
  • Ivo Pekalski, footballer
  • The Radio Dept., band
  • Ola Svensson, pop singer
  • Max von Sydow, actor
  • Linus Thörnblad, Olympic high jumper
  • Elin Wägner, feminist writer
  • Måns Zelmerlöw, pop singer

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