Björn Ulvaeus

Björn Ulvaeus

Who is Björn Ulvaeus? Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Nationality

Björn Ulvaeus (Björn Kristian Ulvaeus) is a Swedish songwriter and producer who was born in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 25, 1945. He is a member of the Swedish pop group ABBA, as well as the co-composer of the musicals Chess, Kristina from Duvemla, and Mamma Mia! He is also a co-owner of NoteHeads, a Swedish firm that publishes Igor Engraver, a music notation program.

Ulvaeus co-produced the film, Mamma Mia! with Benny Andersson, another ABBA member, and close friend. Anna Ulvaeus and Erik Gunnar Ulvaeus are his parents. He studied commerce and law at Lund University after serving in the military alongside comic Magnus Holmström.

Family, Parents, Siblings, Education

There is no information available regarding his parents, siblings, or family. He has kept her family information private.

Professional Career of Björn Ulvaeus

Ulvaeus is a member of the Swedish pop group ABBA, which was founded in 1972 in Stockholm by Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.

Björn Ulvaeus and Andersson met in June 1966 and began creating songs together, the first of which was “Isn’t It Easy To Say,” which was subsequently recorded by the Hep Stars.

The two continued to collaborate on music, assisting each other’s bands in the recording studio and adding guitars or keyboards to the recordings.

Following ABBA, Ulvaeus, and Andersson wrote the musicals Chess (with lyricist Tim Rice), Kristina from Duvemla, and Mamma Mia!

Net Worth, Salary, House

Ulvaeus is projected to be worth $300 million.

Björn Ulvaeus Awards and Nominations

Ulvaeus and Andersson were nominated for a Drama Desk Award for “Outstanding Music” (for the musical Chess) and a Tony Award for “Best Orchestrations” (for the musical Mamma Mia!). Both musicals’ original cast recordings were nominated for a Grammy Award.

Thirty years after ABBA won the 1974 contest in Brighton, UK, Ulvaeus appeared briefly in a unique humorous video prepared for the interval act, titled “Our Last Video,” for the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest semi-final in Istanbul. Each of the group’s four members made brief cameo appearances, as did others such as Cher and Rik Mayall. The video was not included in the official Eurovision DVD release but was released as a separate DVD release. It was billed as the four’s first collaboration after the group’s breakup. They shot their appearances individually.

Björn Ulvaeus Relationship, Married, Affair

On July 6, 1971, Ulvaeus married Agnetha Fältskog for the first time. Linda Elin Ulvaeus was born on February 23, 1973, and Peter Christian Ulvaeus was born on December 4, 1977. The couple divorced in July 1980 after deciding to split in late 1978.

On January 6, 1981, Ulvaeus and Lena Källersjö married. Emma, born in 1982, and Anna, born in 1986, are the couple’s two daughters. They used to live in the United Kingdom, where Ulvaeus created an IT company with his brother, but they now reside in Stockholm.

He is the father of four children, three daughters, and one son. Björn Ulvaeus and Agnetha have two children: Linda Elin Ulvaeus, born on February 23, 1973, and Peter Christian Ulvaeus, born on December 4, 1977. He and Källersjö have two children, Emma, born in 1982, and Anna, born in 1986.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair Color

He enjoys keeping himself in shape. There is no other information on his height, weight, or other physical characteristics.

Rumors and Controversies

Björn Ulvaeus has not been involved in any issues, and we have not heard any rumors about her up to this point.