Ann-Marie Wiman was born on June 6, 1921 in Växjö, and died on September 22, 2016.
She was a Swedish actress and composer.
Wiman made her acting debut at age six in a local theater production.
Later, she studied at the Swedish National Academy of Mime and Acting.
Ann-Marie Wiman was discovered by the director Ingmar Bergman while she was a ballet dancer in one of his shows.
She worked in plays throughout different Nordic cities.
Other than stage work, she also composed music occasionally.
Ann-Marie Wiman most prominent role came in Bergman’s classic movie Smultronstället in 1957, where she played the wife of Max von Sydow’s character.
Ann-Marie Wiman passed away at 95 years old.