The screenwriter and comedian Hans Ingemansson died
The screenwriter, director and comedian Hans Ingemansson has passed away. Together with Felix Herngren, Hans Ingemansson wrote the script for the Oscar-nominated film Hundraåringen, which stepped out of the window and disappeared.
Although Hans Ingemansson has been active in film and television since the 1990s, he first broke through as a member and pianist in the cult-declared 90s band The Creeps. The punk-inspired band The Creeps made themselves known in the early 1990s with songs like "Ooh - I Like It!" And not least "Smash!"
The role of screenwriter and director, many times in the comedy genre, became his second career after the band disbanded in 1996. Hans Ingemansson, among other things, wrote screenplays and directed series and films such as SVT's Bonus Family and Tv4's Solsidan. Many times with Felix Herngren as a couple horse.
- A smart, funny and multi-talented person, who dies in the middle of life. It's so incredibly sad, says Culture News film critic Fredrik Sahlin.
Among other things, Hans Ingemansson wrote and directed Felix Herngren's sketches with the character Dan Bäckman. Together, they also wrote screenplays for the Oscar-nominated film Hundraåringen, which stepped out of the window and disappeared, as well as the sequel Hundraettåringen, which struck from the score and disappeared.
“My dear, finest Hasse. So much would never have been fun unless you had been. "Don't go away" that you sang in the first thing I ever directed, and now it's the only thing that echoes in my skull, "Felix Herngren writes on Instagram about her grief.
Hans Ingemansson turned 54.