Karl Sigurd Tore "Sigge" Fürst was a Swedish stage and screen actor, entertainer and presenter. He graduated from the the Police Academy in 1927, and worked as a Police Constable for 3 years. In the early 30's he was offered stage and film parts, sometimes as a policeman. His film debut was in Victor Sjöström's "Markurells i Wadköping" (1931). From 1946 he hosted "The Breakfast Club" a popular radio-show that was broadcasted till 1978. Ingmar Bergman engaged him at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in the 60's. Sigge Fürst appeared in more 150 feature films, and numerous radio and television productions.