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Gustav Tegby is a screenwriter and playwright with a fondness for everything that’s weird, supernatural and noir-ish.
He has written about twenty plays, several with horror themes, that have been performed in Sweden, Finland and the US. Gengångare & Zombies (Ghosts & Zombies), his horror adaptation of Henric Ibsen’s classic Ghosts, was originally performed at Malmö City Theatre in 2011, directed by Rikard Lekander and starring acclaimed actress Ann Petrén in the principal part of Mrs. Alving. The adaptation has since been produced twice in the US.
His play Alla älskar Bernie Madoff (Everybody loves Bernie Madoff). has been produced three times and was also televised. Gustav was one of the writers of the hit radio thriller mocumentary De dödas röster (Voices of the dead), and one of the creators and writers of the 2017 radio christmas series Marvinter (A Winter Nightmare).
Gustav is born and raised in Umeå in Northern Sweden. He has worked for ten years as a dramaturg at Riksteatern (The Swedish National Touring Theatre).
2017: Marvinter (with Ida Kjellin and Johanna Koljonen)
2016: De dödas röster (episode writer; series created by Sara B. Elfgren)
2011: Den ständige terroristen/The constant terrorist (radio play)
2017: Fulet/Freak. Teater 23.
2013: Necronomicon. Dramaten.
2013: Utbrott/Outbreak. Profilteatern.
2012: Gengångare & Zombies/Ghosts & Zombies. Malmö Stadsteater.
2012: Vårens nyckelord är ångvält/Be more like a steamroller. Riksteatern.
2011: Gargantua. Skuggteatern
2009: Alla älskar Bernie Madoff/Everybody loves Bernie Madoff. Dramalabbet.
2018: Beneath the Surface (feature in development for Snowcloud films).
2018: The return (tv series in development for Snowcloud films)
2011: Alla älskar Bernie Madoff/Everybody loves Bernie Madoff (televised play, directed by Dag Thelander).
2008: Synd att klaga/Can’t complain (30 minutes movie for Swedish Television, directed by Simon Gunnarsson)
2006: Kommer snart (short, directed by Simon Gunnarsson)
2004: Jämna plågor/Life is sweet (short, directed by Gustav Tegby & Simon Gunarsson)