Swedish songwriter Bjorn Ulvaeus is a former member of the Swedish musical group ABBA. Besides his songwriting career; he is also a composer and a producer. He is also popular for being the co-producer of the movie, Mamma Mia!.
Born as Björn Christian Ulvaeus in Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden to Swedish parents, Bjorn was raised in Västervik after he moved there with his parents at a young age. He is of Swedish nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
After Bjorn completed his school education, he joined the military service. After being in the army for few years, he joined the Lund University and majored in business and law. Then he began his musical career by joining with Swedish folk-schlager band Hootenanny Singers.
Then in 1972, he joined the Swedish pop group, ABBA. He is also one of the founding members of this group. There he reached the eminence of his career but after a decade of success, ABBA announced its permanent break.
On the 6th of July 1971, Bjorn got married to Agnetha Fältskog. Agnetha Fältskog is also a Swedish actress and singer. Together they welcomed two children. After nine years of married time, the pair separated. Their divorce got finalized on the 9th of June 1980.
At the end of his first married life, Bjorn began his love affair with Lena Källersjö. They got married on 5 January 1981, just a year after his divorce from his first wife. They have also welcomed two children together. They are now living a blissful married life with no rumors of divorce.
As of 2018, Bjorn Ulvaeus' net worth is reported to be $300 million. His singing career might have helped him to the maximum to build such a high figure of net worth.