Uppsala - Notable Natives

Notable Natives

  • Anders Jonas Ångström
  • Svante Arrhenius
  • Ingmar Bergman (1918–2007), film director
  • Jöns Jakob Berzelius
  • Hans Blix
  • Arvid Carlsson
  • Anders Celsius (1701–1744)
  • Adiam Dymott
  • Ulf Ekman, pastor
  • Stefan Eriksson
  • Martin Eriksson (E-Type)
  • Malena Ernman
  • Torsten Hallman, former motocross world champion
  • Lars Hollmer
  • Dag Hammarskjöld
  • Mattias Klum
  • Carl-Bertil Laurell
  • Dave Lepard (1980–2006), musician
  • Ruben Liljefors
  • Viveca Lindfors (1920–1995), actress
  • Carolus Linnaeus (1707–1778)
  • Veronica Maggio
  • Håkan Nesser
  • Stefan Parkman
  • Emma Rendel (1976-), artist
  • Hans Rosling
  • Olaus Rudbeckius
  • Dina Schneidermann
  • Roine Stolt
  • Owe Thörnqvist
  • Rebecka Törnqvist
  • Watain, black metal band

Of these, Arrhenius, Bergman, Blix, Carlsson, Celsius, Dymott, both Erikssons, Hallman, Klum, Laurell, Liljefors, Parkman, Rosling, Stolt, Dave Lepard, Thörnqvist and Törnqvist were born in Uppsala.

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