Alexander Skarsgård

Alexander Skarsgård

Overview: Alexander Skarsgård Biography, Net Worth and Movies

Alexander Skarsgård was born in August 25, 1976 in sweden. He began his career at the tender age of seven. However, the allure of performance returned, and Skarsgård reemerged in the late 90s. His breakthrough came in 2008 as the enigmatic Eric Northman in “True Blood,” propelling him to international fame and Hollywood doors.

Alexander Skarsgård’s filmography is a testament to his versatility. He swung from blockbuster action Godzilla vs. Kong to historical epics The Northman and critically acclaimed dramas Melancholia. He shines on television too, earning accolades for miniseries like “Big Little Lies” and “The Undoing.” His talent has been recognized with prestigious awards including a Primetime Emmy and a Golden Globe.

Today, Skarsgård is a force in the industry,His dedication is willingness to challenge himself and captivating presence have won him critical acclaim and audience adoration. With his talent and ambition, his journey in film and television is far from over.

BornAugust 25, 1976
BirthplaceStockholm, Sweden
Nick NameAlex
Height6 fit 4 inc
ParentsStellan Skarsgård (father)
My Skarsgård (mother)

Alexander Skarsgård Networth and Earnings

Alexander Skarsgård began his career at the tender age of seven. However, he initially distanced himself from the industry, pursuing studies in political science and serving in the Swedish Navy. Alexander Skarsgård’s net worth is estimated $12 Million.

Alexander Skarsgård Earnings From Movie

MovieYearEstimated Earnings
The Legend of Tarzan2016$10 million
Godzilla vs. Kong2021$15 million
The Northman2022$34.2 million

Alexander Skarsgård Awards

Primetime Emmy Award
Outstanding Supporting Actor2017Big Little Lies
Golden Globe Award
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries2017Big Little Lies
Screen Actors Guild Awards
Outstanding Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries2018Big Little Lies
Odense International Film Festival
Grand Prix2003To Kill a Child
Press Award2003To Kill a Child