Agneta Sjödin

Agneta Sjödin

Agneta Sjödin (2013)
Born (1967-07-20) 20 July 1967
Norrbo, Hudiksvall, Gävleborg County, Sweden
Occupation Television host, Author
Known for Gladiatorerna, Let's Dance, Miss Sweden, Små Stjärnorna

Agneta Sjödin (born 20 July 1967, Norrbo, Hudiksvall, Sweden) is a Swedish television presenter and personality of the Swedish television channel TV4. She presented the first two seasons of the popular show Let's Dance with David Hellenius.


Television work

Sjödin started her career as a light technician; she was fixing lights at TV4 for television shows. Adam Alsing, a presenter for TV4, was looking for a female co-host for a new game show called Tur i kärlek. After auditioning several applicants, he asked Sjödin to audition, found her suitable and asked her to co-present the show with him. The show, which started airing in 1992 and became a huge success, was the first game show on the channel.[1]

Sjödin continued on television, co-presenting the travel game show Jakten på den försvunna diamanten with Bengt Magnusson which was broadcast on TV4, but did not receive good reviews and was cancelled soon after.[2] She next co-hosted Fångarna på fortet with sport star Gunde Svan. The show was recorded at Fort Boyard in France, and Swedish celebrities performed different tasks in the fort's dungeons.[3]

Between 1996 and 1999, she presented Små Stjärnorna and Sikta mot stjärnorna. In the following years she was the compère for Gladiatorernaa Swedish version of The Gladiators. In her role on "Saknad" she reunited guests with lost relatives and parents they had not met for many years. Sjödin did not appear on TV4 for three years. Sjödin has twice presented the Miss Sweden beauty contest.[4][5]

Other projects

Agneta Sjödin pursued a singing career and appeared on the show "Allsång på Skansen" broadcast on SVT. She was asked to sing in Melodifestivalen, which she declined.[6] In early 2006, TV4 realised that Sjödin was about to leave the channel, so they offered her the host job along David Hellenius on the hit show Let's Dancethe Swedish version of Strictly Come Dancing, which as of 2013 has been aired for two seasons.



  1. "Agneta Sjödin - programledare & författare - aktuellt, böcker, television". Archived from the original on September 9, 2011. Retrieved 2012-08-09.
  2. "Jag var så stressad". Aftonbladet. 2007-07-20. Retrieved 2012-08-09.
  3. "Agneta Sjödin fann nya kärleken på fortet | Kändisar Hänt i Veckan Skvaller". Expressen. 2010-08-26. Retrieved 2012-08-09.
  4. "Aftonbladet nyheter: Vann rätt miss?". Aftonbladet. Retrieved 2012-08-09.
  5. Dags att välja ny Fröken Sverige Aftonbladet Retrieved 20 August 2016
  6. "Aftonbladet: Nu satsar Sjödin på schlager-SM". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). 2005-07-24. Retrieved 2012-08-09.

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