Stellan Skarsgård

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Stellan Skarsgård at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival
Stellan John Skarsgård

(1951-06-13) 13 June 1951 (age 68)
Gothenburg, Sweden
Years active1968–present
  • My Skarsgård
    (m. 1975;div. 2007)
  • Megan Everett
    (m. 2009)
Children8, including Alexander, Gustaf, Bill and Valter

Stellan John Skarsgård ( /ˈstɛlənˈskɑːrsɡɑːrd/ ;Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈstɛ̂lːan ˈskɑ̌ːʂɡoːɖ] ( Loudspeaker.svg listen ) born 13 June 1951) is a Swedish actor. He is known for his roles as Jan Nyman in Breaking the Waves (1996), Captain Tupolev in The Hunt for Red October (1990), Professor Gerald Lambeau in Good Will Hunting (1997), Bootstrap Bill Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), Bill Anderson in Mamma Mia! (2008) and the sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018), Commander Maximilian Richter in Angels and Demons (2009), Martin Vanger in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Dr. Erik Selvig in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Thor (2011), The Avengers (2012), Thor: The Dark World (2013), and Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), The Grand Duke in Cinderella (2015), and Boris Shcherbina in the HBO/Sky UK television miniseries Chernobyl (2019). [1] He is set to star in the untitled Cassian Andor series (2021).


Early life

Skarsgård was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, the son of Gudrun (née Larsson; born 1930) and Jan Skarsgård (1920-1998). [2] [3] He moved often in his childhood and lived, amongst other places, in Helsingborg, Totebo, Kalmar, Marielund and Uppsala. [4]

Acting career

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Skarsgård in Kalmar, July 2009

Skarsgård started his acting career early; and, by the age of 21, his experience in film, TV and stage was considerable. [5] Most of his early roles were in Swedish television (such as Bombi Bitt) and films. Of Skarsgård's work in Swedish film, he is perhaps best known for Good Evening, Mr. Wallenberg , where he portrays Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who worked to save Holocaust victims. [6]

Skarsgård is particularly associated with director Lars von Trier and has appeared in six of the Danish auteur's features: The Kingdom , Breaking the Waves , Dancer in the Dark , Dogville , Melancholia and Nymphomaniac . His most personal working relationship, however, is with Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland, who has directed the actor in Zero Kelvin , Aberdeen , In Order of Disappearance , and A Somewhat Gentle Man . Skarsgård considers Moland a close friend and, in 2009, he said of their relationship: "We're like an old married couple and I get separation anxiety." [7] Another Scandinavian work that he is known for is the 1997 Norwegian film Insomnia , in which he plays the guilt-ridden policeman Jonas Engström. [8]

Skarsgård's first American film was the 1985 film Noon Wine, directed by Michael Fields, in which Skarsgård played a mentally-disturbed immigrant farmhand being chased by a bounty hunter. He acted opposite Fred Ward, who portrayed the farmer. [6] In 1990, he starred in another American film, The Hunt for Red October , playing the character of Captain Tupolev, a Soviet submarine commander.

He was considered for the role of Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List . Skarsgård has said that people often mistook him for Liam Neeson, who portrayed Schindler in the film, and Skarsgård later replaced Neeson in the 2004 film Exorcist: The Beginning . He appeared as a guest star on the HBO TV Series Entourage , as Verner Vollstedt, the German director of the fictional film Smokejumpers, who has a bias against the main character Vincent Chase, one of the stars of the film. [9] Skarsgård appeared as Bootstrap Bill Turner in both Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End . In 2008, he starred as Bill Anderson in Universal Pictures' Mamma Mia! and reprised the role 10 years later in its sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again .

Skarsgård played Dr. Erik Selvig in Marvel's 2011 film Thor , and then reprised the role in the 2013 sequel Thor: The Dark World , [10] as well as 2012's The Avengers and 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron . Skarsgård reteamed with Thor director Kenneth Branagh for the 2015 live-action adaptation of Disney's Cinderella , in which he played The Grand Duke. [11] On 9 January 2018, it was announced that he will star as the villainous Vladimir Harkonnen in Denis Villeneuve‘s upcoming Dune adaptation. [12]

Skarsgård has also appeared in music videos alongside fellow Swedes. He was in Eva Dahlgren's "Vem tänder stjärnorna" (Who Lights the Stars) in 2009 [13] and Lykke Li's 2011 music video, "Sadness Is a Blessing". [14]

Personal life

He married My Skarsgård (b. 1956), [15] a physician, in April 1975; together they have six children: Alexander (b. 1976), Gustaf (b. 1980), Sam (b. 1982), Bill (b. 1990), Eija (b. 1992), and Valter (b. 1995). Alexander, Gustaf, Bill, and Valter are also actors, while Eija is a former model. [16] Skarsgård and My divorced in May 2007. Stellan married Megan Everett in January 2009. [17] The couple has two sons together, Ossian and Kolbjörn. [18] [19] Skarsgård has had a vasectomy, stating that he felt eight children was enough. [20] [21] [22]

Views on religion

Skarsgård was brought up by humanist, atheist [23] parents, and had an atheist grandfather and a deeply religious grandmother. According to Skarsgård, this never led to any problems because of the family's mutual respect for each other's opinions. [24] After the September 11 attacks, Skarsgård set out to read the Bible and the Quran, both of which he condemns as violent. [24] Skarsgård is also a critic of religious independent schools in the Swedish educational system. [24] He has said he considers the notion of God absurd and that if a real God were actually so vain as to constantly demand worship, then he would not be worthy of it. [24]

In 2009, Skarsgård, along with other non-religious artists, authors, and entrepreneurs including Christer Sturmark, Björn Ulvaeus, and Christer Fuglesang, wrote an article in Dagens Nyheter stressing the importance of secularity. [25] The group also criticised the UN for its stance on blasphemy laws. [25]



1972Strandhugg i somrasErik
1973Åttonde budet Short
Fem døgn i AugustChrister
BröllopetRoffe Eriksson
Anita: Swedish Nymphet Erik Torgny Wickman
1974Swedish Sex GamesPeter Delaney, their sonaka The Intruders and Let Us Play Sex
Hemåt i nattenKurt Sjöberg
1982 The Simple-Minded Murderer Sven Hans Alfredson
1983P & BKarl-Johan 'Charlie' Pettersson
1984 Åke och hans värld Ebenholtz Allan Edwall
1985 Falsk som vatten StigHans Alfredson
Noon Wine Olaf Helton Michael Fields
Peter-No-Tail in Americat Pelle Swanson (voice) Stig Lasseby
Jan Gissberg
1986 Ormens väg på hälleberget Karl Orsa Markström Bo Widerberg
1987Jim & piraterna BlomGustav, Jim's FatherAlso writer
Hip hip hurra! Peder Severin Krøyer Kjell Grede
1988 The Unbearable Lightness of Being The Engineer Philip Kaufman
Vargens tidPeder Ulfstand
Friends Matt Kjell-Åke Andersson
The Perfect Murder Axel SvenssonZafar Hai
1989 S/Y Joy Klas LarssonGöran du Rées
Täcknamn Coq Rouge Carl HamiltonPer Berglund
Kvinnorna på taket WillyCarl-Gustav Nykvist
1990 The Hunt for Red October Captain Viktor Tupolev John McTiernan
Good Evening, Mr. Wallenberg Raoul Wallenberg Kjell Grede
1991 The Ox Helge Roos Sven Nykvist
1992 Den demokratiske terroristen Carl Hamilton
Wind Joe Heiser Carroll Ballard
1993 The Slingshot Fritiof Schütt Åke Sandgren
Sista dansenHost in Norrköping
1995 Jönssonligans största kupp Herman MelvinHans Åke Gabrielsson
Zero Kelvin Randbæk Hans Petter Moland
The Dogs of Riga Magnus BjörkPer Berglund
1996Harry och SonjaHarry Olsson
Breaking the Waves Jan Nyman Lars von Trier
1997 Insomnia Jonas Engström Erik Skjoldbjærg
My Son the Fanatic Schitz Udayan Prasad
Good Will Hunting Prof. Gerald Lambeau Gus Van Sant
Amistad Tappan Steven Spielberg
1998 Glasblåsarns barn Albert Anders Grönros
Savior Peter Dominic Predrag Antonijević
Ronin Gregor John Frankenheimer
1999 Deep Blue Sea Jim Whitlock Renny Harlin
2000 Harlan County War Warren Jakopovich Tony Bill
Passion of Mind William Granther Alain Berliner
Signs & WondersAlec
Timecode Alex Green Mike Figgis
Dancer in the Dark DoctorLars von Trier
Aberdeen Tomas Hans Petter Moland Also associate producer
Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) FelixStewart Sugg
2001 Powder Keg Harvey Jacobs Alejandro González Iñárritu Segment from the BMW short film series The Hire
Taking Sides Dr. Wilhelm Furtwängler István Szabó
The Glass House Terrence 'Terry' Glass Daniel Sackheim
2002 No Good Deed Tyrone Bob Rafelson
City of Ghosts Joseph Kaspar Matt Dillon
2003 To Kill a Child Narrator Alexander Skarsgård Short
Dogville ChuckLars von Trier
King Arthur Cerdic Antoine Fuqua
Exorcist: The Beginning Father Lankester Merrin Renny Harlin
2005 Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist Father Lankester Merrin Paul Schrader
Torte Bluma Stangl Short
Beowulf & Grendel Hrothgar Sturla Gunnarsson
Guilty Hearts StanglGeorge Gargurevich
Krystoff Pizykucki
Paul Black
Phil Dornfield
Ravi Kumar
Savina Dellicour
Benjamin Ross
Segment: "Torte Bluma"
2006 Kill Your Darlings Erik's FatherBjörne Larson
Goya's Ghosts Francisco Goya Miloš Forman
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Bootstrap Bill Turner Gore Verbinski
2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Bootstrap Bill TurnerGore Verbinski
The Killing Gene Eddie Argo Tom Shankland
Arn – The Knight Templar Birger Brosa Peter Flinth
2008 Mamma Mia! Bill Anderson Phyllida Lloyd
Arn – The Kingdom at Road's End Birger BrosaPeter Flinth
God on Trial Baumgarten Andy De Emmony
2009 Angels & Demons Commander Maximilian Richter Ron Howard
Boogie Woogie Bob MaccelstoneDuncan Ward
Metropia Ralph Parker Tarik Saleh Voice
2010 A Somewhat Gentle Man Ulrik Hans Petter Moland
Frankie and Alice Dr. Oz Geoffrey Sax
Moomins and the Comet Chase Moominpapa / Hemulens Maria Lindberg Voices
Submission Narrator Stefan Jarl English version
As If I Am Not There Doctor Juanita Wilson
King of Devil's Island Bestyreren Marius Holst Also executive producer
2011 Melancholia JackLars von Trier
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Martin Vanger David Fincher
Thor Erik Selvig Kenneth Branagh
2012 The Avengers Joss Whedon
2013 Thor: The Dark World Alan Taylor
Romeo and Juliet Prince of Verona Carlo Carlei
The Railway Man Finlay Jonathan Teplitzky
Nymphomaniac SeligmanLars von Trier
The Physician Barber Philipp Stölzl
2014 In Order of Disappearance Nils Hans Petter Moland Also executive producer and stunt driver
Hector and the Search for Happiness Edward Peter Chelsom
2015 Cinderella The Grand Duke Kenneth Branagh
Avengers: Age of Ultron Erik SelvigJoss Whedon
2016 Our Kind of Traitor Dima Susanna White
2017 Return to Montauk Max Frisch Volker Schlöndorff
Borg McEnroe Lennart Bergelin Janus Metz Pedersen
Moomins and the Winter WonderlandMoominpappaIra Carpelan
Jakub Wronski
English dub
Gordon & Paddy GordonLinda HambäckVoice
2018 The Man Who Killed Don Quixote The Boss Terry Gilliam
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Bill Anderson / Kurt Ol Parker
2019 Out Stealing Horses Trond Hans Petter Moland
The Painted Bird Hans Václav Marhoul
Music, War and Love Benno Moser Martha Coolidge Titled changed to I'll Find You
HopeTomasMaria Sødahl
2020 Dune Baron Vladimir Harkonnen Denis Villeneuve Post-production


1968Bombi Bitt och jagBombi Bitt5 episodes
1972MagnetisörenSoldierTelevision film
1981Skärp dig, älsklingGeorgEpisode: "Tack för igår"
1981Babels husDr. MattssonEpisode: "Del 4"
1981Olsson per sekund eller Det finns ingen anledning till oroThe tardy oneTelevision film
1983Farmor och vår herreNathan2 episodes
1983HustruskolanHoraceTelevision film
1985Den tragiska historien om Hamlet - Prins av DanmarkHamletTelevision film
1985August Strindberg: Ett livVerner von Heidenstam2 episodes
1989The Wild DuckGregers WerleTelevision film
1989FörhöretCarl HamiltonTelevision film
1990 S*M*A*S*H StatssekreterarenEpisode: "Wow, håll käften!"
1990Parker KaneNathan Van AdamsTelevision film
1994 Rapport till himlen Gary4 episodes
1997 The Kingdom II Stig Helmers advokatEpisode: "Gargantua"
2000 Harlan County War Warren JakopovichTelevision film
2001D-dag - Den færdige filmLise's MandTelevision film
2003 Helen of Troy TheseusTelevision film
2008 Masterpiece Contemporary BaumgartenEpisode: "God on Trial"
2008 Entourage Verner Vollstedt3 episodes
2010ArnBirger Brosa6 episodes
2012Rouge Brésil Villegagnon 4 episodes
2012 Playhouse Presents The ManEpisode: "The Man"
2014 Quarry The BrokerUnaired pilot
2015 River John River6 episodes
2019 Chernobyl Boris Shcherbina 5 episodes
2021 Untitled Cassian Andor Series

Awards and nominations

Berlin International Film Festival 1982 Best Actor The Simple-Minded Murderer Won [26]
Bodil Awards 2014 Bodil Award for Best Actor Nymphomaniac Nominated
Denmark's National Association of Film Critics 2004Best Supporting Actor Dogville Nominated [27]
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2020 Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Television Movie Chernobyl Won [28]
European Film Academy 1998 European Film Award for Achievement in World Cinema Amistad
Good Will Hunting
Won [29]
2000 Best Actor Aberdeen Nominated [30]
2001 Taking Sides Nominated [31]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2006Best Actor Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist Nominated [32]
Golden Globe Awards 2020 Best Supporting Actor – Series, Limited Series or Television Film Chernobyl Won [33]
Guldbagge Awards 1981/1982 Best Actor The Simple-Minded Murderer Won [34]
1989 Täcknamn Coq Rouge
The Women on the Roof
Won [34]
2017 Best Supporting Actor Borg McEnroe Won [35]
International Press Academy 2008 Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film God on Trial Nominated [37]
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2012Career Achievement AwardWon [38]
Mar del Plata Film Festival 2002Best Actor Taking Sides Won [39]
Norwegian International Film Festival 2010Best Actor A Somewhat Gentle Man Won [40]
People's Choice Awards 2009 Favorite Cast Mamma Mia! Nominated [41]
Primetime Emmy Awards 2019 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Chernobyl Nominated [42]
Robert Award 2004Best Supporting Actor Dogville Nominated [43]
Satellite Awards 2020 Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Film Chernobyl Nominated [44]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 1998 Outstanding Performance by a Cast Good Will Hunting Nominated [45]


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