Ullah Stromstedt was a Swedish actress and model most famous for her appearance in the film ‘Catalina Caper.’
As of 2023, Ulla Strömstedt's net worth is estimated to be $9 million.
|Net Worth||$9 million|
|Famous Name||Ulla Strömstedt|
|Source(s) of Fame||Actress|
|Date of Birth||November 27, 1939|
|Place of Birth||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Age At Death||46|
|Date of Death||June 13, 1986|
|Cause of Death||Non-Communicable Disease|
|Relationships||Married, Gilbert Cole,|
Ullah Stromstedt was born on the 27th of November 1939 in Stockholm,Sweden to a successful Stockholm lawyer and sociologist. Taking advantage of her great looks and physique, Ullah began modelling at the age of 13 and by 16 she had become a Swedish Junior Ice Skater. Coming from a scholarly family Ullah took keen interest in her education and joined the University of Sweden to pursue a degree in Law. She also enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris where she studied the arts. Ullah was also interested in learning new languages and throughout her lifetime she learnt to speak seven languages fluently. Ullah followed up her impressive educational catalogue with a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from UCLA and theatre studies at the Actor’s Studio.
Ullah began her professional career as a skier and in the year 1961 she joined the Ice Capades on tour. It was during this time that she got her first glimpse of filming when she worked as a stunt double skier on the film’ ‘Return to Peyton Place.’ The experience intrigued her and she immediately followed up this behind the scenes role with an appearance on ‘The Tab Hunter Show.’ Ullah returned to Europe to pursue her education and worked TV while she was in Paris before eventually landing a role in the Swedish film ‘The Yellow Car.’ After her time in Europe she returned to the Hollywood scene and booked an audition for a part in the film ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E’. Unfortunately, Ullah did not get the role but landed a small uncredited role on ‘Do Not Disturb.’ The opportunity made her visible to producer Ivan Tors who immediately cast her on the TV show ‘Flipper.’ Due to her great looks, physique and modelling experience, Ullah was a sensation among women and quickly bagged a job as a beauty columnist at a local newspaper where her trim-the-chin exercises were a hit. In 1966, Ullah landed her second credited appearance on an episode of ‘I Spy.’ Later that year she attended the Wilmington,North Carolina, Azalea Festival where she was crowned Azalea Queen. As her acting career began to blossom her place in fashion was amplified and later that year she was invited as a narrator for an informal fashion show at a Swedish Christmas Bazaar.
The year 1967 was a filming success for Ullah as she was featured on episodes of ‘Rat Patrol,’ ‘Tarzan,’ ‘Hogan’s Heroes,’ and even landed her first film ‘Catalina Cooper.’ She was also involved in a promotion for the South California boat show. In October of the same year,Ullah attended the Leif Erikson Day Festival at the Hollywood Palladium with a performance in a Viking skit. She followed up this public appearance with an appearance as a commentator at a Scandinavian Fashion Show and Swedish Christmas Bazaar Festival. For a couple of years after that, Ullah remained inactive in the entertainment scene until 1979 when she once again returned with the German film ‘Achtung Zoll ‘
In 1961, Ullah married Gilbert Cole who was a business consultant in Italy. The pair tied the knot in Los Angeles and continued to reside in the area. Gilbert and Ullah were blessed with their son Jonathan Stromatedt Cole and remained together until Ullah’s unfortunate passing in 1986.
Ullah Stromstedt died on the 13th of June 1986 at the age of 46 in Cannes,France after battling an undisclosed non-communicable disease.
Ullah is not active on any social media platform.
Ullah Stromstedt was a Swedish model and ice skater turned actress who was featured in numerous films and TV shows. She had a net worth of $9 million.
Ulla Strömstedt has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Curtiss Cook, Christy Hartburg, Ron O'Neal, Pumwaree Yodkamol, Shin Do Hyun, Cachupoy, Scott Bailey, Bonnie Rotten, and Francesca James.