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In 1989, the lead role in the Swedish television production Hunden som log (The Dog That Smiled) made him famous in Sweden at the age of 13.
A few days into the trek, it was decided that the competition part of the race would be cancelled due to hazardous terrain and weather conditions, so the teams combined forces and continued.White wanted to cast him but Simon was not convinced he could pull off the American accent.After four auditions in three cities, Skarsgård learned the role was his just 36 hours before he had to board a plane for Namibia where the project was filming.Because I was on a no sugar diet, so no sweets or anything like that but before a scene Magnus my trainer would give me a little bit of sugar so if you have a little bit of sugar and you do some push ups and do some weights you'd get pumped quicker. It would only be like a bite this big of a Snickers bar or a sip of Dr Pepper or something but I'd just be like 'Aaaawww it's so good, it's so good, it's so good. ' 'No.'" SOUNDBITE actress Margot Robbie, saying (English): "I saw you eat an apple once and I was like 'If a woman ever gets gazed at as lovingly as that apple, they'll be very happy, I'm sure.'" SOUNDBITE actor Alexander Skarsgard, saying (English): "My precious....." SOUNDBITE actress Margot Robbie, saying (English): "I love you so much." 'The Legend of Tarzan' hits cinemas from July 1.on Monday (August 26) at Rigoletto Cinema in Stockholm, Sweden.After completing his service in 1996 he left Sweden and attended Leeds Beckett University in England for six months.
He enrolled to study English but admits he did not study much and "had a blast" instead.
The 43-year-old actor was at the event to support his younger brother Gustaf Skarsgard, who stars in the new movie.
He is best known for his roles as vampire Eric Northman on the HBO series True Blood, Meekus in Zoolander, the title character in The Legend of Tarzan, Brad Colbert in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill, and Perry Wright in the HBO series Big Little Lies, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie, and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film.
He returned to Stockholm after six months, but the time he spent studying theater showed him that he wanted to act.
His break came when he was cast as Sergeant Brad "Iceman" Colbert in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill.
After seven years away from acting, he started to consider it again.