|Peter Stormare Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||August 27, 1953|
Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor who is known for his acting in some highly successful movies, including The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) and Prison Break (2005). When he joined Stockholm at the Royal National Theatre of Sweden, he found another boy with the same name, Peter Storm, so he changed his surname to ‘Stormare’ to be unique.
In his initial search for roles in American projects, his strategy was to accept all the parts where his role was a foreigner, since, he didn’t think he could compete with the big names of that time, Bruce Willis, Tom Cruise, and Nicolas Cage.
Rolf Peter Ingvar Storm
Peter Stormare, Viking Brothers, Peter Storm
Arbra, Gavleborg County, Sweden
Los Angeles, California, United States
Peter Stormare attended the State University of New York.
Actor, Voice Actor, Playwright, Theatre Director, Musician
- Father – Karl Ingvar Storm
- Mother – Gunhild Holm
- Siblings – Unknown
- Others – Stefan Storm (Nephew) (Singer-songwriter)
Peter Stormare is managed by –
- Silver Lining Entertainment, Los Angeles, California, USA
- Diamond Management (Talent Agency), London, United Kingdom
- Soli & Associati s.r.l. (Talent Agency), Rome, Italy
- Davien Littlefield Management (Manager), New York, USA
- Vox (Talent Agent Voice), Los Angeles, California, USA
- Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal Laviolette Feldman Schenkman & Goodman (Legal Representative), Beverly Hills, California, USA
Instrumental Hip-Hop, Alternative/Indie, Film Scores
- Lakeshore Records
- StormVox Records
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
84 kg or 185 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Peter Stormare has dated –
- Karen Sillas (1989-2006) – Peter and Karen were together for 17 years. They had one daughter together, Kelly.
- Toshimi Murakami (2008-Present) – Peter and Toshimi got married in 2008. They have a daughter together called Kaiya Bella Luna (b. May 2009).
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Scandinavian descent.
- Greased slicked back hair
- Imposing tall athletic build
Peter Stormare hasn’t endorsed any brands yet.
Best Known For
- Appearing in films such as Fargo (1996), The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), Armageddon (1998), Chocolat (2000), Bad Boys II (2003), The Brothers Grimm (2005), Prison Break (2005), Deadly Code (2013), John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017), and American Gods (2017), among others
- Featuring in TV roles such as Träpatronerna, Swift Justice, In the Presence of a Clown, Entourage, Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Blacklist, among others
- Lending his voice for characters in movies such as The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, Strange Magic, Penguins of Madagascar, Moomins and the Comet Chase, The Batman vs. Dracula, among others
- Holding roles in video games such as Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, The Secret World, Lego Jurassic World, Prison Break: The Conspiracy, among others
- Releasing music albums Dallerpölsa och småfåglar, Swänska hwisor vol 1, and Lebowski-Fest
- Being a band member in the group ‘Blonde From Fargo’ and owning a record label ‘StormVox’
As a Singer
He is also a talented musician, performing 4 songs and writing 2 as of 2019. He performed I’ve Seen It All in Dancer in Dancer in the Dark (2000), I Gotta Feeling in Strange Magic (2015), Two Princes in LA to Vegas (2018), and in the first episode of Milo Murphy’s Law (TV series) in 2018.
Peter Stormare made his theatrical film debut in an uncredited role in the film Fanny and Alexander in 1982.
Later in 1986, he appeared in the film Den frusna leoparden in a credited role of Jerry.
First TV Show
He made his TV show debut as Peter Storm on Hur bär du dig åt, människa?! in 1978.
Peter Stormare Favorite Things
- Place To Live – Los Angeles
Source – IMDb
Peter Stormare Facts
- He was discovered by Ingmar Bergman.
- He is often cast by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen.
- Peter normally plays the role of an intensely quiet and dangerous man with a tendency for excessive violence.
- He is talented in acting and writing. His writing credits include the concept for Bergman: On Stage (1994) a TV movie documentary, The Screaming Cocktail Hour (2004) a TV series, 20 episodes of the TV series Swedish Dicks (2016-2018), and The Kensington Mystery (2019) (post-production) a TV series documentary.
- He has convincingly played different nationalities, American, German, Italian, and Russian.
- Peter is a producer and has 4 credits as an executive producer and one as a co-producer as of early 2019.
- He wrote both the lyrics and music for Can’t Take My Eyes of You in the movie Switch (2007) and wrote Circles in Spun (2002).
- He composed additional music for Soldier of God (2005), was the music supervisor for Orgies and the Meaning of Life (2008), and was the title music vocal for Garden Party Massacre (2019).
- Peter tries not to watch himself on both the big screen and on TV.
- Peter is godfather to the Swedish actor Gustaf Skarsgård of Vikings from the History Channel.
- His best friend is fellow Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard, father of Gustaf.
- He changed his surname from ‘Storm’ to ‘Stormare’ because there was another Peter Storm at the Royal Dramatic Theatre.
- He became the Associate Artistic Director at the Tokyo Globe Theatre in 1990, where he staged some of Shakespeare’s works.
- Peter moved to New York in 1993.
- He got his American citizenship in the late 1990s.
- In 1993, he moved to New York and is now a resident of Los Angeles, California.
- Peter is a band member of Blonde From Fargo.
- His 1st album, Dallerpolsa och smafaglar was released in 2002.
- He had surgery done on his nose to prevent him from going blind in 2008.
- His nose has been broken 4 times.
- Peter owns the record label StormVox.
- He has several appearances in music videos, in Might Be Stars (1997) for The Wannadies, Beer For My Horses for Toby Keith and Willie Nelson, a Nazi officer in Sabaton’s Uprising (2010) and, as a dancer in Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger (2011).
- In 2013, he was in the promotional video for The Replacer, Call of Duty: Black Ops II Revolution DLC pack.
- Peter has won numerous awards such as “Best Cast Ensemble” in the 1996 Circuit Community Awards, Feature Film: “Best Song” in the 2003 Dahlonega International Film Festival with the song The Movie Nut, and “Best Actor in a Canadian Film” in the 2010 Vancouver Film Critics Circle.
- He has appeared in several video games for the motion capture and voice of characters.
- Follow him on SoundCloud, Facebook, and Twitter.
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