|Kim Bodnia Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||April 12, 1965|
|Spouse||Rikke Louise Andersson|
Kim Bodnia is a Danish actor, writer, stage artist, and director who has gained critical acclaim by playing a variety of on-screen roles which include Martin Rohde in The Bridge, Frank in Pusher, Peter Freuchen in The Journals of Knud Rasmussen, Konstantin Vasiliev in Killing Eve, Vesemir in The Witcher, The Boss in One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk, and Abbot in The Letter for the King.
Kim Bodnia attended Espergærde Ungdomsskole and later got enrolled at the Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance.
Actor, Director, Writer, Stage Artist
Kim Bodnia is represented by –
- Lisa Richards Agency, Talent Agency, Ireland
- Paradigm Talent Agency, Talent and Literary Agency, Beverly Hills, California, United States
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Kim Bodnia has dated –
- Lotte Andersen (Divorced) – Kim fathers a son named Louis (b. December 29, 1993) with actress Lotte Andersen.
- Rikke Louise Andersson (2013-Present) – In 2013, he married actress and voiceover artist Rikke Louise Andersson and they have 3 children – Charlie (b. 2003), Miles (b. 2005), and Nomi (b. 2007).
Race / Ethnicity
Kim Bodnia is of Polish and Russian descent.
Salt and Pepper
- Receding hairline
- Deep-set eyes
He was raised in a Jewish household.
In 2011, he was asked if religion had been an important aspect of his life and he replied, “No, but I believe in nature.”
Kim Bodnia Facts
- He was raised in Espergærde.
- During his school years, Kim Bodnia was greatly inclined towards athletics and wanted to become a football goalkeeper. However, he had to change his plans after he suffered a foot injury.
- He appeared as Jørgen Buhl in the 2008 crime film, Terribly Happy, for which he bagged the 62nd Bodil Award for “Best Actor in a Supporting Role”.
- From 2011 to 2013, he brought to life the character of Martin Rohde, the lead homicide detective in Copenhagen, in the Nordic noir crime television series, The Bridge (Broen|Bron), starring alongside Sofia Helin and Thure Lindhardt. For this role, Kim Bodnia won the 2014 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Award for “Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series”.
- He was cast as Vladimir Dragunsky in the 2011 Indian action comedy film, Delhi Belly.
- In 2018, Kim Bodnia started playing the role of Konstantin Vasiliev, Villanelle’s handler, in the British dark comedy-drama spy thriller television series, Killing Eve, and his performance got him nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2019.
- He has also been cast as Vesemir, an experienced witcher and a mentor to Geralt, in the popular Polish-American fantasy drama web television series, The Witcher.
- As a theatre artist, Kim Bodnia has been a part of stage productions of American Psycho, Kabale og Kerelighed, Cabaret–Himlen under Kabenhavn, Jagten, Karate Billi Vender Tilbage, Becket, and Eletronisk Komedie.
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