Vicky von der Lancken
4 July 1946
Vicky Lillemor Birgitta von der Lancken, (born Lillemor Lindberg, 4 July 1946) is a Swedish entertainment producer and theater director.
Vicky von der Lanckens career started in 1971, she became involved in the Yrkes-trubadurernas förening (YTF). She has continued her career with stage productions, she worked with the production of Rhapsody In Rock, Hotelliggaren, Svensson, Svensson, Glenn Killing på Grand, Som om inget hade hänt, Maken till fruar, Lorry, Tältprojektet, Fångad på nätet, Lögn i helvete, Kvarteret Skatan at Rival in Stockholm. Since 1989, Vicky von der Lancken has concentrated her work on the musical and theater stage productions such as My Fair Lady, and the stage production of Rain Man. She owns the entertainment production company Vicky Nöjesproduktion. She is the co-owner of the Oscarsteatern in Stockholm.
On 2 February 2011, she was awarded the Smilbandetpris for her work, she was given the award by the king of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf. On 8 August 2011, Vicky von der Lancken presenten an episode of Sommar i P1 on Sveriges Radio were she told about her life.
On 6 March 2003, Vicky von der Lancken was sentenced to one year imprisonment for tax fraud. She served five months at an open low security prison in Sagsjön.
Vicky von der Lancken married Ernst von der Lancken in 1966, the couple divorced three years later.