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bill skarsgård

Bill Skarsgård is a Swedish actor who portrayed Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the 2017 sequel, It Chapter 2. Prior to acting, Skarsgård was a professional ice hockey player. He joined the Swedish elite hockey league, Elitserien, but just a few months into his young career he suffered a serious shoulder injury.

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listen); born 9 August 1990) is a Swedish actor. He is most known for playing Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the supernatural horror films It (2017) and It Chapter Two (2019), based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. He also voiced the Deviant Kro in Eternals. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

BSL [@bigscreenleaks] (18 October 2021). "#Kro will NOT be played by Dan Stevens in #Eternals. He's played by Bill Skarsgård. t.co/XP8kd3uA6U" (Tweet) (in Swedish). Archived from the original on 18 October 2021. Retrieved 19 October 2021 – via Twitter. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

As a member of one of Sweden's most recognizable acting families, Bill Skarsgård achieved success in both his native country and in the United States. He was born on August 9, 1990 and was the fourth son of famed Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård. Interested in following in the footsteps of his father and two of his older brothers, Skarsgård made his acting debut as a ten-year-old in the Swedish thriller "White Water Fury" (2000) alongside his brother Alexander. Despite appearing in a few TV mini-series and short films, Skarsgård was unsure about pursuing an acting career until he was cast alongside his father in the sword-and-shield epic "Arn: The Kingdom at Road's End" (2008). From then on, Skarsgård continued to find acting gigs in Sweden, including a small role in the science-fiction comedy "Kenny Begins" (2009). It was not until 2010 when the young actor found his breakthrough in the title role of the Swedish comedy "Simple Simon." His sensitive performance as a teenager suffering from Asperger's syndrome in this Academy Award-nominated movie garnered him considerable critical notice. With the newfound attention, Skarsgård was able to land a role in his first non-Swedish movie as Captain Machouten in director Joe Wright's 2012's adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina," starring Academy Award-nominated actors Keira Knightley and Jude Law. Skarsgård next started principal shooting for his first American TV series "Hemlock Grove" (Netflix 2013-). Based on Brian McGreevy's horror novel, the series starred Skarsgård as Roman Godfrey, whose family is stricken with tragedy due to supernatural forces. Between seasons of "Hemlock Grove," Skarsgård co-starred in Norwegian drama "Victoria" (2013), and the final film in the "Divergent" young adult series, "Allegiant" (2015). After the series ended in 2015, Skarsgård co-starred ooposite Charlize Theron in Cold War action thriller "Atomic Blonde" (2017) and the blockbuster adaptation of Stephen King's "It" (2017) as the iconic character of Pennywise the clown. He next appeared in romantic drama "Battlecreek" (2017), crime thriller "Assassination Nation" (2018) and action comedy sequel "Deadpool 2" (2018). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

For Swedish actor Bill Skarsgård, performing onscreen very much runs in the family: His father Stellan Skarsgård, as well as older brothers Alexander and Gustaf, have all made names for themselves as prominent film and television actors. But it didn’t always come easy for Bill. (Source: www.rollingstone.com)

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"Bill Skarsgard Joins Alicia Vikander in Voice Cast for 'Moomins' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 August 2017. (Source: en.wikipedia.org "Bill Skarsgard Joins Alicia Vikander in Voice Cast for 'Moomins' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 August 2017. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

You see, Skarsgård is a little too good at his job. Not only did he have to worry that he was traumatizing his cast mates, but he spent so much time sharing headspace with Pennywise that the character started haunting his dreams. You know, like he does in the movies. That's enough to make anyone feel a little unsettled. (Source: www.slashfilm.com)

As a member of one of Sweden's most recognizable acting families, Bill Skarsgård achieved success in both his native country and in the United States. He was born on August 9, 1990 and was the fourth son of famed Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård. Interested in following in the footsteps of his father and two of his older brothers, Skarsgård made his acting debut as a ten-year-old in the Swedish thriller "White Water Fury" (2000) alongside his brother Alexander. Despite appearing in a few TV mini-series and short films, Skarsgård was unsure about pursuing an acting career until he was cast alongside his father in the sword-and-shield epic "Arn: The Kingdom at Road's End" (2008). From then on, Skarsgård continued to find acting gigs in Sweden, including a small role in the science-fiction comedy "Kenny Begins" (2009). It was not until 2010 when the young actor found his breakthrough in the title role of the Swedish comedy "Simple Simon." His sensitive performance as a teenager suffering from Asperger's syndrome in this Academy Award-nominated movie garnered him considerable critical notice. With the newfound attention, Skarsgård was able to land a role in his first non-Swedish movie as Captain Machouten in director Joe Wright's 2012's adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina," starring Academy Award-nominated actors Keira Knightley and Jude Law. Skarsgård next started principal shooting for his first American TV series "Hemlock Grove" (Netflix 2013-). Based on Brian McGreevy's horror novel, the series starred Skarsgård as Roman Godfrey, whose family is stricken with tragedy due to supernatural forces. Between seasons of "Hemlock Grove," Skarsgård co-starred in Norwegian drama "Victoria" (2013), and the final film in the "Divergent" young adult series, "Allegiant" (2015). After the series ended in 2015, Skarsgård co-starred ooposite Charlize Theron in Cold War action thriller "Atomic Blonde" (2017) and the blockbuster adaptation of Stephen King's "It" (2017) as the iconic character of Pennywise the clown. He next appeared in romantic drama "Battlecreek" (2017), crime thriller "Assassination Nation" (2018) and action comedy sequel "Deadpool 2" (2018). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

The Devil All the Time sinks in its self-seriousness, and the cast gets pulled into the quicksand with it. (Source: www.firstpost.com)

 

 

 

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