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Lars Mikkelsen

Lars Mikkelsen

Lars Mikkelsen

lars mikkelsen started his first company when he was just out of high school. He founded the website Basementen.com, which was one of the first blogs about interior design. There he could write about what was on his mind, including tricks of the trade, how-to’s, personal anecdotes, and musings on design. The blog quickly became very influential in the design blogosphere. His second company was founded when he was just graduated.

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Alexander, Susannah (12 January 2015). "Sherlock actor Lars Mikkelsen to star in House of Cards season 3". Digital Spy. Retrieved 9 March 2016. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Actor Lars Mikkelsen was widely known for his presence on the silver screen. In 1995, he made his TV debut in the Danish TV movie "Mappen." In 1995, he starred in "Dracula" at the Aalborg Theater in Copenhagen." In 2007, he earned international acclaim as Troels Hartmann on the Scandinavian crime drama "The Killing." Mikkelsen's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Kira's Reason: A Love Story" (2003), the foreign "King's Game" (2004) with Anders Wodskou Berthelsen and "Nordkraft" (2005). He also appeared in the Sonja Richter mystery thriller "Cecilie" (2007) and "De Fortabte Sjaeles O" (2007) with Anders Wodskou Berthelsen. He kept working in film throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s, starring in the dramatic adaptation "What No One Knows" (2008) with Maria Bonnevie, "Flugten" (2009) and "Headhunter" (2009). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Sherlock" (PBS, 2010-). He also lent his voice to the animated feature "Ronal the Barbarian" (2011) with Brigitte Nielsen. Recently, he continued to act in "A Caretaker's Tale" (2012), "Fortidens skygge - Den som dræber" (2012) with Jakob Cedergren and the dramatic adaptation "What Richard Did" (2013) with Jack Reynor. He also appeared in "Montana" (2015). Mikkelsen most recently acted in "When Animals Dream" (2015). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Lars Dittmann Mikkelsen (born (1964-05-06 ) 6 May 1964) is a Danish actor. He has played Copenhagen mayoral election candidate Troels Hartmann in the drama series The Killing, Charles Augustus Magnussen in the third series of Sherlock, the Russian president Viktor Petrov in the American House of Cards on Netflix, and Grand Admiral Thrawn in Star Wars Rebels. He is the older brother of actor Mads Mikkelsen. In 2011, he won the Reumert Prize of Honour. (Source: www.celebsagewiki.com)

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Lars Dittmann Mikkelsen (born 6 May 1964) is a Danish actor. He has played Copenhagen mayoral election candidate Troels Hartmann in the drama series The Killing, (Source: en.wikipedia.org 2:22 Mads and Lars (brother) are in Nørrebro, Copenhagen ... 3:06 [Mikkelsen]: My brother and I know this place like the back of our hands. Nørrebro was a typical working-class neighborhood. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org))^ International Emmy Awards: Full Winners List: Lars Mikkelsen Shines! Olisa TV, 20. noveBjerre, Britta (25 August 2014). "Anette Støvelbæk fejrer sølvbryllup med Lars Mikkelsen: Håber han er hjemme". Se og Hør (in Danish). Archived from the original on 3 October 2014. Retrieved 12 February 2015. (Source:mber 2018 (Source:

"Lars Mikkelsens børn vil også på scenen". Se og Hør (in Danish). 13 January 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2015. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Lars was born in Gladsaxe near Copenhagen, Denmark as the first child of Bente Christiansen, an occupational health nurse, and Henning Mikkelsen, a bank clerk. Lars grew up in Copenhagen, where about one and a half years after him brother Mads was born, who's also an actor now. At first the family lived in the middle class district Østerbro but later they moved on to the working class district Nørrebro. (Source: www.imdb.com)

After his school days Lars joined the military services, where he did his basic military service for nine months in the Kongelige Livgarde (Royal Guards), an infantry regiment of the Danish army. The military service wasn't the right thing, so he searched for something new after having finished it and decided then to study biology. When he was busy with this already a half year, Anette came home from a juggler class and showed him how good she could juggle after three days. Lars was pleased about it and wanted to do this, too. So he dropped out of college and enrolled to the juggler school as well. At this school he learned juggling and fire breathing among other things. Afterwards he toured with two friends as traveling artists through Europe, where they performed on streets of cities like Paris, Munich, Moscow and Warsaw. Two years later he came in contact with a children's circus, where he additionally learned pantomime as well as street and children's theater. (Source: www.imdb.com)

At the age of 27 and after having been five years on the road as a juggler, Lars decided to become a real actor. So he applied at the Statens Teaterskole (National Theatre School of Denmark) in Copenhagen, where he was accepted and where from 1991-1995 he carried through his acting training. Shortly afterwards he got already his debut as an actor in the play "Dracula" at the Aalborg Theater. Since his graduation from the theater school Lars has appeared in more than 40 plays up to now (2012) and he has always wanted to keep on acting onstage. Again and again he was to be seen in movies and TV series. With his role in the successful Danish crime series Forbrydelsen (2007) (The Killing), playing the mayoral candidate "Troels Hartmann", he received even more awareness. This led to roles in international productions, such as the villain in an episode of the British series Sherlock (2010), the Russian president Viktor Petrov in the third season of House of Cards (2013) and a leading role in the international crime series The Team (2015). For some of his performances in movies, films or plays he has received various nominations and awards so far. (Source: www.imdb.com)

Originally it was planned that Lars and his brother Mads should play the brothers in the western The Salvation (2014). Shortly before filming began, Lars had to cancel due to private reasons. The role went to the Swedish actor Mikael Persbrandt. (Source: www.imdb.com)

Actor Lars Mikkelsen was widely known for his presence on the silver screen. In 1995, he made his TV debut in the Danish TV movie "Mappen." In 1995, he starred in "Dracula" at the Aalborg Theater in Copenhagen." In 2007, he earned international acclaim as Troels Hartmann on the Scandinavian crime drama "The Killing." Mikkelsen's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Kira's Reason: A Love Story" (2003), the foreign "King's Game" (2004) with Anders Wodskou Berthelsen and "Nordkraft" (2005). He also appeared in the Sonja Richter mystery thriller "Cecilie" (2007) and "De Fortabte Sjaeles O" (2007) with Anders Wodskou Berthelsen. He kept working in film throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s, starring in the dramatic adaptation "What No One Knows" (2008) with Maria Bonnevie, "Flugten" (2009) and "Headhunter" (2009). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Sherlock" (PBS, 2010-). He also lent his voice to the animated feature "Ronal the Barbarian" (2011) with Brigitte Nielsen. Recently, he continued to act in "A Caretaker's Tale" (2012), "Fortidens skygge - Den som dræber" (2012) with Jakob Cedergren and the dramatic adaptation "What Richard Did" (2013) with Jack Reynor. He also appeared in "Montana" (2015). Mikkelsen most recently acted in "When Animals Dream" (2015). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Lars Mikkelsen is the Danish actor who portrayed Charles Augustus Magnussen in series three of Sherlock. (Source: bakerstreet.fandom.com)

Lars was born in Gladsaxe near Copenhagen, Denmark as the first child of Bente Christiansen, an occupational health nurse, and Henning Mikkelsen, a bank clerk. Lars grew up in Copenhagen, where about one and a half years after him brother Mads was born, who's also an actor now. At first the family lived in the middle class district Østerbro but later they moved on to the working class district Nørrebro. During his childhood Lars played handball and sang a few years in the school choir. On a New Year's Eve party 1985/86 he met Anette Støvelbæk and since then both have been a couple (their marriage followed in October 1989). After his school days Lars joined the military services, where he did his basic military service for nine months in the Kongelige Livgarde (Royal Guards), an infantry regiment of the Danish army. The military service wasn't the right thing, so he searched for something new after having finished it and decided then to study biology. When he was busy with this already a half year, Anette came home from a juggler class and showed him how good she could juggle after three days. Lars was pleased about it and wanted to do this, too. So he dropped out of college and enrolled to the juggler school as well. At this school he learned juggling and fire breathing among other things. Afterwards he toured with two friends as traveling artists through Europe, where they performed on streets of cities like Paris, Munich, Moscow and Warsaw. Two years later he came in contact with a children's circus, where he additionally learned pantomime as well as street and children's theater. At the age of 27 and after having been five years on the road as a juggler, Lars decided to become a real actor. So he applied at the Statens Teaterskole (National Theatre School of Denmark) in Copenhagen, where he was accepted and where from 1991-1995 he carried through his acting training. Shortly afterwards he got already his debut as an actor in the play "Dracula" at the Aalborg Theater. Since his graduation from the theater school Lars has appeared in more than 40 plays up to now (2012) and he has always wanted to keep on acting onstage. Again and again he was to be seen in movies and TV series. With his role in the successful Danish crime series Forbrydelsen (2007) (The Killing), playing the mayoral candidate "Troels Hartmann", he received even more awareness. This led to roles in international productions, such as the villain in an episode of the British series Sherlock (2010), the Russian president Viktor Petrov in the third season of House of Cards (2013) and a leading role in the international crime series The Team (2015). For some of his performances in movies, films or plays he has received various nominations and awards so far. Lars lives with his wife and his sons Lue (born in 1995) and Thor (born in 2000) in the Copenhagen district Vesterbro. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Lars was born in Gladsaxe near Copenhagen, Denmark as the first child of Bente Christiansen, an occupational health nurse, and Henning Mikkelsen, a bank clerk. Lars grew up in Copenhagen, where about one and a half years after him brother Mads was born, who's also an actor now. At first the family lived in the middle class district Østerbro but later they moved on to the working class district Nørrebro. (Source: www.amazon.com)

At the age of 27 and after having been five years on the road as a juggler, Lars decided to become a real actor. So he applied at the Statens Teaterskole (National Theatre School of Denmark) in Copenhagen, where he was accepted and where from 1991-1995 he carried through his acting training. Shortly afterwards he got already his debut as an actor in the play "Dracula" at the Aalborg Theater. Since his graduation from the theater school Lars has appeared in more than 40 plays up to now (2012) and he has always wanted to keep on acting onstage. Again and again he was to be seen in movies and TV series. With his role in the successful Danish crime series Forbrydelsen (2007) (The Killing), playing the mayoral candidate "Troels Hartmann", he received even more awareness. This led to roles in international productions, such as the villain in an episode of the British series Sherlock (2010), the Russian president Viktor Petrov in the third season of House of Cards (2013) and a leading role in the international crime series The Team (2015). For some of his performances in movies, films or plays he has received various nominations and awards so far. (Source: www.amazon.com)

 

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