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  1. Fashion photograph of Genberg taken by Erik Holmén in 1943. Hjördis Paulina Genberg (10 November 1919 – 24 December 1997) was a Swedish actress and model. She was the second wife of English actor and author David Niven. Genberg was among the first supermodels of Sweden.

  2. Hjördis Genberg Niven – Sweden's first supermodel and the actor David Niven's second wife. This site looks at the long and eventful life of Hjördis Genberg, later known as Hjördis Tersmeden and Hjördis Niven, the much-maligned second wife of debonair English actor and lady magnet David Niven.

  3. A well kept secret, 1964 – Hjördis Genberg Niven. Hjördis and David Niven, photographed en route to Sweden in November 1963. In 1964, Hjördis described life at Lo Scoglietto: “I can speak for the whole family when I say we have found happiness here. David is more settled now than he has ever been.” “We wanted a family,” David said.

  4. Hjördis Genberg, a name perhaps not immediately recognizable to the mainstream public, still carries a whisper of Old Hollywood glamour and European mystique. This Swedish actress and model graced the 20th century with her poised elegance and classic beauty, carving out a space for herself in the world of entertainment and fashion.

  5. The episode has caused a lot of speculation, some of which have become ‘facts’ through repetition – from JFK triggering Hjördis’ depression by passing a venereal disease to her (a ridiculous shot in the dark) through to Hjördis using the situation as ultimate revenge for David’s past infidelities.

  6. Hjördis Genberg was born on 10 November 1919 in Åsarne, Sweden. She was an actress, known for The Peter Lind Hayes Show (1950) and The Jack Benny Program (1950). She was married to David Niven and Carl-Gustav Tersmeden. She died on 24 December 1997.

  7. Mini Bio. Hjördis Genberg was born on November 10, 1919 in Åsarne, Sweden. She was an actress, known for The Peter Lind Hayes Show (1950) and The Jack Benny Program (1950). She was married to David Niven and Carl-Gustav Tersmeden. She died on December 24, 1997.