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Mai Zetterling (Mai Elizabeth Zetterling) was born on 24 May, 1925 in Västerås, Västmanlands län, Sweden, is an actress,director,writer. At 69 years old, Mai Zetterling height is 5 ft 2 in (160.0 cm).

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Popular As Mai Elizabeth Zetterling
Occupation actress,director,writer
Mai Zetterling Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 24 May 1925
Birthday 24 May
Birthplace Västerås, Västmanlands län, Sweden
Date of death 17 March, 1994
Died Place London, England, UK
Nationality Sweden

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Who Is Mai Zetterling's Husband?

Her husband is David Hughes (1958 - 1979) ( divorced), Tutte Lemkow (1944 - 1953) ( divorced) ( 2 children)

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Husband David Hughes (1958 - 1979) ( divorced), Tutte Lemkow (1944 - 1953) ( divorced) ( 2 children)
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Mai Zetterling Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Mai Zetterling worth at the age of 69 years old? Mai Zetterling’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Sweden. We have estimated Mai Zetterling's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

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Toward the end of her life, Mai made a return to film acting and is best remembered at this late stage for her nurturing and resilient grandmother in the film The Witches (1990) wherein she is forced to tangle with a particularly virulent ringleader Anjelica Huston to save her grandson from her coven of hags.


She divorced her second husband in 1979. She had two children, Louis and Etienne, from her first marriage.


Obviously influenced by Bergman, the dark, sexy drama Loving Couples (1964) [Loving Couples] dealt with homosexual themes and featured nudity; Night Games (1966) [Night Games] revolved around sexual decadency and repression; and The Girls (1968) [The Girls], which had an all-star Swedish cast including Bibi Andersson and Harriet Andersson, expounded on women's liberation.


Along the way she proved just as adaptable and sexy in smart comedy when she came between husband and wife Peter Sellers and Virginia Maskell in Only Two Can Play (1962).


Mai abandoned acting in the mid-1960s and courted some controversy when she successfully began sitting in the director's chair.


Divorced from Norwegian actor Tutte Lemkow in the early 1950s, she later wed writer David Hughes in 1958, who collaborated with her on a number of her directing ventures, which seemed ahead of their time.


Developing modest sex symbol success, she went on to co-star opposite a number of handsome leading men throughout the post-war years in primarily dramatic works, including Dennis Price in The Bad Lord Byron (1949), Dirk Bogarde in Blackmailed (1951), Herbert Lom in The Ringer (1952), Richard Widmark in A Prize of Gold (1955), Tyrone Power in Seven Days from Now (1957) (which was a variation on Hitchcock's Lifeboat (1944)), John Gregson in Faces in the Dark (1960), William Sylvester in The Devil Inside (1961), and Stanley Baker in The Man Who Finally Died (1963).


The international attention she received from her Bergman association led her to England where she debuted in the title role of Frieda (1947), a war drama co-starring David Farrar, Glynis Johns and Flora Robson.


Following her debut in Lasse Maja (1941), she made quite an impact in the terminally dark Ingmar Bergman-written film Torment (1944) [known as Torment in the US and Frenzy in the UK], who went on to direct her in his Music in Darkness (1948) [Music in Darkness].


(1929-1932) Emigrated to Australia with her mother and stepfather.


Mai Zetterling was born in Sweden in 1925, and lived briefly in Australia while still a child. She's known as a director and actor and trained on the Stockholm repertory stage, she began appearing in war-era films starting in her teens.