Björn Berglund (16 October 1904 – 3 August 1968) was a Swedish stage and film and television actor.
Björn Berglund was born in Jörn, Västerbotten County. He began his career in cinema in the 1939 Edvin Adolphson-directed musical film Säg det i toner (English release title: The Dream Waltz) starring Håkan Westergren and Stina Berg. His career would span nearly four decades and he would appear in over seventy-five films. He died in Sweden at 1968 at age 63.
- The Southsiders (1932)
- His Life's Match (1932)
- Swedenhielms (1935)
- Baldwin's Wedding (1938)
- Emilie Högquist (1939)
- Bashful Anton (1940)
- The Heavenly Play (1942)
- Sun Over Klara (1942)
- Kungajakt (1944)
- Number 17 (1949)
- The Street (1949)
- Poker (1951)
- Bill Bergson and the White Rose Rescue (1953)
- Luffaren och Rasmus (1955)
- Ön (1956)
- Three Men in Search of a Troll (1967)
- Wright, Rochelle. The Visible Wall: Jews and Other Ethnic Outsiders in Swedish Film. SIU Press, 1998.
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