Peter Stormare is a Swedish actor, playwright, director, and musician with a net worth of five million. Peter Stormare came into this world in Kumla, Narke, Sweden in August 1953. He started the career of his with the Royal Dramatic Theatre and became Associate Artistic Director in the Tokyo Globe Theatre. He moved to New York City to work in theater. Stormare has more than 140 acting credits to the title of his. From 2002 to 2003 he starred as Ingvar in the television series Watching Ellie. From 2005 to 2007 he starred as John Abruzzi of the series Prison Break. One of his best known film roles came as Gaesar Grimsrud of the 1996 film Fargo. He's also starred in the films The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Armageddon, Mercury Rising, The Big Lebowski, 8mm, Chocolat, Dancer in the Dark, Minority Report, Windtalkers, The Tuxedo, Bad Boys II, Constantine, Nacho Libre, Witless Protection, Get the Gringo, Gretel and Hansel: Witch Hunters, twenty two Jump Street, and Bang Bang Baby. Stormare the Dahlonega International Film Festival Jury Award for Feature Film: Best Song for The Movie Hero in 2003. He also won a Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actor in a Canadian Film for Small Town Murder Songs in 2012.
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