Greg Poehler

actor, comedian, producer and writer

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NBC’s Welcome to Sweden is something of an unlikely comedy.  The summer series features big Swedish stars like Lena Olin and uses subtitles.

‘Welcome to Sweden’

NBC’s Welcome to Sweden is something of an unlikely comedy.  The summer series features big Swedish stars like Lena Olin and uses subtitles.

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