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"..Angelina Hakansson, you play detective Petra Hellman in Cryptid. Tell us more!" 

October 30, 2020

Article in the Mitt i newspaper.

Cannes world premiere for the first season of the new TV show Cryptid

March 13, 2020

Fear and the supernatural are the main themes in Cryptid, which has been nominated at the Cannes International Series Festival in October 2020. Håkansson plays detective Petra Hellman.

"We're creating Nordic Comic Noir, not Crime Noir", says Angelina Håkansson, who plays the local police detective in Cryptid

October 08, 2019

Cryptid combines horror and supernatural elements in a classic high school environment. 

"As an actor it's so important to know yourself and to find yourself in the role"

December 30, 2017

In "A Moon of My Own", Angelina Håkansson can be seen as Anni-Frid Lyngstad. She tells Hudiksvall's Newspaper how she prepared for the role.

Angelina chats to ELLE about her habits, inspiration and love

January 03, 2018

Beating "Jumanji" at the Swedish Box Office, "A Moon of My Own", is a major hit. Angelina Håkansson plays Anni-Frid in the film and tells ELLE Magazine about her lifestyle.

"Writing to Anni-Frid was invaluable in finding her magnetic spirit", says Håkansson, who introduces "A Moon of My Own" in Los Angeles

January 03, 2018

Femina catches up with Angelina, who is at the 20th Scandinavian Film Festival in Beverly Hills.

The sharing economy comes to Stockholm with WOW Closet and Swedish actress Angelina Håkansson is already a fan

May 11, 2018

Angelina describes herself as a conscious consumer who is passionate about sustainability issues.

Angelina to play "ABBA-Frida" in new feature film by Hannes Holm

December 07, 2017

Solna's newspaper Mitt I, reports that Angelina Håkansson plays ABBA member Anni-Frid Lyngstad in the upcoming movie ”A Moon of My Own” by Academy Award nominated director Hannes Holm.

Several actors featured in this year's Christmas commercial by UNICEF

December 05, 2017

Angelina Håkansson is one of the actors featured in this year's commercial film by Unicef. Tongue-in-cheek, we learn just how terrible things are for some Swedish families...

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