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Max von Sydow
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| birth_place = Lund, Sweden| citizenship = French| occupation = Actor| alma_mater = Royal Dramatic Theatre| years_active = 1948–presentChristina Olin26 February 1979Catherine Brelet|30 April 1997}}| children = 4}}Max von Sydow ({{IPAc-en|v|ɒ|n|_|ˈ|s|iː|d|oʊ}};WEB,weblink NLS: Say How,, 2 January 2017, {{efn|{{IPA-sv|ˈmaks fɔn ˈsyːdɔv}}}} born Carl Adolf von Sydow, 10 April 1929) is a Swedish-born French actor. He has held French citizenship since 2002.NEWS,weblink LAFCA Honors Max Von Sydow with Career Achievement Award, 10 September 2018, en, WEB, Han bryter med Sverige,weblink Aftonbladet, 15 June 2013, sv, He has appeared in many European and American films in several languages, and he received the Royal Foundation of Sweden's Cultural Award in 1954, was made a ' in 2005, and was named a ' on 17 October 2012.Von Sydow has appeared in more than 100 films and TV shows.WEB, Terrence Rafferty, December 2015,weblink The Greatest Actor Alive, The Atlantic, Some of his most memorable film roles include Knight Antonius Block in Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal (1957), the first of his 11 films with Bergman which includes the iconic scenes in which he plays chess with Death,WEB, Philip French, Philip French's screen legends: No 3: Max von Sydow 1929–, The Observer, 10 February 2008,weblink and Jesus in The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965). In 2016, he joined the cast of HBO's Game of Thrones as Three-eyed Raven, for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination.

Early life

Von Sydow was born in Lund, to a wealthy family. His father, Carl Wilhelm von Sydow, was an ethnologist and professor of Irish, Scandinavian, and comparative folklore at the University of Lund.BOOK, Dundes, Alan, 1999, International Folkloristics: Classic Contributions by the Founders of Folklore,weblink 137, USA, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 0-8476-9515-8, 14 July 2015, His mother, Maria Margareta "Greta", the Baroness Rappe, was a schoolteacher.WEB,weblink Max von Sydow,, BOOK,weblink The Swedish–American Historical Quarterly, Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, 1996, 110, 6 October 2013, WEB,weblink Ancestry of Max von Sydow, from Charlemagne,, Some of his ancestry is German; his family’s origin is in Pomerania, now a region mostly in Poland, formerly part of Prussia – much of which was under Swedish rule from 1630 to 1815 – and ' is a Prussian family name. The particle ' means "of" and usually indicates aristocratic descent. Sydow was brought up as a Lutheran and later became an agnostic.WEB, The Face of the Actor (Reprint),weblink yes,weblink" title="">weblink 17 July 2012, Gordon Gow, Films and Filming, 1976, 16 December 2009, He attended Lund Cathedral School, where he learned German and English, starting at the age of nine. At school he and some friends founded an amateur theatrical company. He completed his national service before studying at the Royal Dramatic Theatre (') in Stockholm, where he trained between 1948 and 1951 with the likes of Lars Ekborg, Margaretha Krook and Ingrid Thulin. During his time at , he made his screen debuts in Alf Sjöberg's films Only a Mother (', 1949) and Miss Julie (, 1951), a screen version of Strindberg's scathing drama.


{{BLP sources section|date=May 2017}}File:Sydow Ramel Wolgers 1968.jpg|upright|thumb|250px|von Sydow (left) with Povel Ramel and Beppe WolgersBeppe WolgersIn 1955, von Sydow moved to Malmö, where he met his mentor, Ingmar Bergman. His first work with Bergman occurred on stage at the Malmö Municipal Theatre, and he would go on to work with Bergman on films including The Seventh Seal (', 1957), Wild Strawberries (', 1957) and The Virgin Spring (, 1960). In The Seventh Seal, von Sydow is the knight who plays a chess game with Death. The chess scenes and the film were international breakthroughs for actor and director alike. It was in these films von Sydow honed and perfected his craft.Von Sydow came to dominate the screen as he did the stage, becoming an idol of the international arthouse film scene. Critical recognition came as early as 1954 when he was awarded the Royal Foundation Culture Award. He worked profusely on both stage and screen while in Scandinavia, resisting the increasing calls from the United States to go to Hollywood. After being seen in Bergman's Academy Award–winning films and having been first choice for the title role of Dr. No, von Sydow finally went to America after agreeing to star in the film which led to much greater recognition, in the role of Jesus in George Stevens's all-star epic The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965). As his talents were soon in demand in other American productions, von Sydow and his family relocated for some time to Los Angeles. From 1965, he became a regular on the American screen while maintaining a presence in his native Sweden. In 1969, he appeared in John Huston's The Kremlin Letter, and in 1971 gave a powerful, quiet performance in Jan Troell's acclaimed The Emigrants alongside actress Liv Ullmann. Though often typecast as a villain, he was rewarded in the United States with two Golden Globe nominations, for Hawaii in 1966 and The Exorcist in 1973. In the mid-1970s, von Sydow moved to Rome and began to appear in a number of Italian films, becoming friendly with another screen legend, Marcello Mastroianni. In the U.S., he played a memorably professional Alsatian assassin in Three Days of the Condor (1975), a role which won him the KCFCC Award for Best Supporting Actor.In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he appeared in Flash Gordon (1980), Conan the Barbarian (1982), Strange Brew (1983), David Lynch's Dune (1984), and Woody Allen's Hannah and Her Sisters (1986). In 1985, he was a member of the jury at the 35th Berlin International Film Festival.WEB,weblink Berlinale: Juries, 8 January 2011, Berlin International Film Festival, He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in the Danish film Pelle the Conqueror (1987), which won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.Von Sydow has since won the Australian Film Institute's Best Actor Award for his title role in Father (1989), the Best Director Award for his only directorial foray, Katinka (', 1988), based on a novel by Herman Bang, and the Best Actor Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival for {{ill|The Silent Touch|pl|3=Dotknięcie ręki|lt=The Silent Touch}} (', 1993). He received international acclaim for his performance as Nobel Prize-winning novelist Knut Hamsun in Jan Troell's biopic Hamsun. He received his third Swedish and his second Danish Bodil for his depiction of a character often described as his King Lear. Also in 1993, he appeared as Leland Gaunt in Needful Things. In 1996, he starred in Liv Ullmann's Private Confessions (). Back in Hollywood, he appeared in What Dreams May Come (1998).He was acclaimed for his role as an elderly lawyer in Scott Hicks's Snow Falling on Cedars. In 2002, Sydow had one of his largest commercial successes, co-starring with Tom Cruise in Steven Spielberg's science fiction thriller Minority Report. In 2003, he played mentor character Eyvind in the European TV adaptation of the Ring of the Nibelung saga. The show set ratings records and was released in the US as (Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King). In 2007, Sydow starred in the box-office hit Rush Hour 3. He followed that with Julian Schnabel's The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, based on the memoir by Jean-Dominique Bauby.Von Sydow appeared in Showtime's drama series The Tudors, in which he portrayed Otto, Cardinal , a German-born clergyman who tries to organize the defeat of King Henry VIII. He also appeared in Martin Scorsese's 2010 film adaptation of Shutter Island and Ridley Scott's 2010 adaptation of Robin Hood, playing Robin's blind stepfather Sir Walter Loxley.NEWS, Tim Robey, 11 May 2010,weblink Robin Hood, review, The Daily Telegraph, Von Sydow voices Esbern in (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim), which was released on 11 November 2011. He narrated the initial teaser trailer for the game.WEB,weblink 2010 VGAs: Elder Scrolls V trauker reveals 11-11-11 release date, 11 October 2012, 12 October 2012, JOURNAL, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cover, Game Informer, 213, 50–64, GameStop Corporation, United States, February 2011, In April 2013, von Sydow was honored at the Turner Classic Movie (TCM) Festival in Hollywood, with screenings of two of his classic films, Three Days of the Condor and The Seventh Seal.WEB,weblink 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival Adds Legendary Stars and Filmmakers, Fascinating Presentations and More, 19 February 2013, Turner Classic Movies, 22 February 2013, PDF, {{dead link|date=November 2017 |bot=Balon Greyjoy |fix-attempted=yes }}In March 2014, von Sydow guest-starred in the animated sitcom The Simpsons, and in 2015, he had a role in the sequel (Star Wars: The Force Awakens).WEB,weblink Star Wars: Episode VII cast announced,, 29 April 2014, In 2016, he joined the HBO series Game of Thrones in Season 6 as the Three-eyed Raven.WEB,weblink Legendary actor Max von Sydow joins Game of Thrones season 6!, Watchers on the Wall, Twitter, 3 August 2015, In 2017, von Sydow joined the cast of Thomas Vinterberg's film Kursk, based on the true story of the submarine accident.WEB,weblink Thomas Vinterberg’s Kursk movie, now in production, will shoot all over Europe,, 8 May 2017, 10 May 2017,

Personal life

On 1 August 1951, Max von Sydow married actress Christina Inga Britta Olin (1926–1998); the couple had two sons, Claes and Henrik, who appeared with him in the film Hawaii, playing his son at different ages. He and Olin divorced on 26 February 1979.He is currently in his second marriage, to Catherine Brelet; they married on 30 April 1997 in Provence. In 2002, he became a citizen of France, at which time he had to give up his Swedish citizenship.Sydow is reported to be either an agnostic or an atheist.WEB, Tim Appelo,weblink Exorcist Director: It Worked Because 'I Made That Film as a Believer', 29 March 2014, The Hollywood Reporter, In 2012, Sydow told Charlie Rose in an interview that Ingmar Bergman had told him he would contact Sydow after death to show him that there was a life after death. When Rose asked Sydow if he had heard from Bergman, Sydow replied that he had, but chose not to elaborate further on the exact meaning of this statement. In the same interview, Sydow described himself as a doubter in his youth, but stated this doubt was gone. He did not elaborate on what he did not doubt anymoreweblink



! Year! Title! Role! Director! Notes| 1949| Only a Mother| NilsAlf Sjöberg|| 1951Miss Julie (1951 film)>Miss Julie| Hand|| 1953Ingen mans kvinna3=Ingen mans kvinna (film)|lt=Ingen mans kvinna}}''| Olaf| Lars-Eric Kjellgren|| 1956Rätten att älska3=Rätten att älska (1956)|lt=Rätten att älska}}''| Bergman| Mimi Pollak| 1957| The Seventh Seal| Antonius BlockIngmar Bergman|Wild Strawberries (film)>Wild Strawberries| Henrik Åkerman|{{Interlanguage link multi>Prästen i Uddarbo|sv}}| Gustaf Ömark| Kenne Fant| 1958| Brink of Life| Harry AnderssonIngmar Bergman|Rabies (1958 film)>Rabies| Bo Stensson Svenningson|The Magician (1958 film)>The Magician| Albert Emanuel Vogler|| Kvinnlig spion 503| Tysk topagent Horst| Jørn Jeppesen| 1960| The Virgin Spring| Töre| Ingmar Bergman|Bröllopsdagen3=Bröllopsdagen|lt=The Wedding Day}}''| Anders Frost| Kenne Fant|| 1961Through a Glass Darkly (film)>Through a Glass Darkly| Martin| Ingmar Bergman| 1962| Adventures of Nils Holgersson| The Father| Kenne Fant|The Mistress (1962 film)>The Mistress| Married Man| Vilgot Sjöman|| 1963| Winter Light| Jonas Persson| Ingmar Bergman| 19654x4 (1965 film)>4x4Jan Troell| The Greatest Story Ever Told| Jesus Christ| George Stevens|| The Reward| Scott Swenson| Serge Bourguignon| 1966Hawaii (1966 film)>Hawaii| Reverend Abner Hale| George Roy Hill| Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama| The Quiller MemorandumMichael Anderson (director)>Michael Anderson|| Here's Your LifeJan Troell| 1968| Hour of the Wolf| Johan Borg| Ingmar Bergman|Svarta palmkronor3=Svarta palmkronor|lt=Black Palm Trees}}''| Gustav Olofsson| Lars-Magnus Lindgren|Shame (1968 film)>Shame| Jan Rosenberg| Ingmar Bergman| 1969Made in Sweden (film)>Made in Sweden| Magnus Rud| Johan Bergenstråhle|| The Passion of Anna| Andreas Winkelman| Ingmar Bergman|| 1970| The Kremlin Letter| Colonel Kosnov| John Huston| 1971| The Night Visitor| Salem| László Benedek|The Emigrants (film)>The Emigrants| Karl Oskar| Jan Troell|The Touch (1971 film)>The Touch| Andreas Vergerus| Ingmar Bergman|| The Apple War| Roy Lindberg| Tage Danielsson| 1972Embassy (film)>Embassy| Gorenko| Gordon Hessler|| The New Land| Karl Oskar| Jan Troell|| 1973The Exorcist (film)>The ExorcistLankester Merrin>Father Lankester Merrin| William Friedkin| Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture| 1974Steppenwolf (film)>Steppenwolf| Harry Haller| Fred Haines| 1975| Egg! Egg! A Hardboiled Story| The Father| Hans Alfredson|| Le miroir éclate| Matthew Lawrence| Claude d'Anna|| Three Days of the Condor| G. Joubert| Sydney Pollack|The Ultimate Warrior (1975 film)>The Ultimate Warrior| The Baron| 1976| [Dog's Heart| Professor Filipp Filippovich Preobrazenski| Alberto Lattuada|| Illustrious Corpses| Supreme Court's President| Francesco Rosi|Foxtrot (1976 film)>Foxtrot| Larsen| Arturo Ripstein|| The Desert of the Tartars| Hortiz| Valerio Zurlini|| Voyage of the Damned| Captain Schroeder| Stuart Rosenberg| 1977| (Exorcist II: The Heretic)Lankester Merrin>Father Lankester Merrin| John Boorman|March or Die (film)>March or Die| François Marneau| Dick Richards|| Black Journal| Lisa Carpi| Mauro Bolognini|| 1978| Brass Target| ShelleyJohn Hough (director)>John Hough| 1979Hurricane (1979 film)>Hurricane| Dr Danielsson| Jan Troell|| Bugie bianche| Marcello HerrigheStefano Rolla|it}}| 1980| Death Watch| Gerald Mortenhoe| Bertrand Tavernier|Flash Gordon (film)>Flash Gordon| Ming the Merciless| Mike Hodges| Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor| 1981| Escape to Victory| Major Karl von Steiner| John Huston| 1982Conan the Barbarian (1982 film)>Conan the Barbarian| King Osric| John Milius|| Flight of the Eagle| Salomon August Andrée| Jan TroellVenice Film Festival>Venice Film Festival Pasinetti Cup for Best ActorJugando con la muerte3=Jugando con la muerte|lt=Hit Man}}''| Colonel O'DonnellJosé Antonio de la Loma|es}}|1983{{Interlanguage link multi>Le Cercle des passions|fr}}| Carlo di Vilalfratti| Claude d'Anna|| Strange Brew| Brewmeister SmithRick Moranis Dave Thomas (actor)>Dave Thomas|| Never Say Never Again| Ernst Stavro Blofeld| Irvin Kershner| 1984Dreamscape (1984 film)>Dreamscape| Doctor Paul Novotny| Joseph Ruben|Dune (1984 film)>DuneLiet-Kynes>Doctor Kynes| David Lynch| 1985| (Code Name: Emerald)| Jurgen Brausch| Jonathan Sanger|| The Repenter| Spinola| Pasquale Squitieri| 1986| Hannah and Her Sisters| Frederick| Woody Allen|| The Second Victory| Dr Huber| Gerald Thomas|| The Wolf at the Door| August Strindberg| Henning Carlsen|| Duet for One| Dr Louis Feldman| Andrei Konchalovsky|| 1987| Pelle the Conqueror| Lassefar Karlsson| Bille AugustBodil Awards>Bodil Award Best ActorEuropean Film Award for Best ActorGuldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading RoleHTTP://WWW.SFI.SE/EN-GB/SWEDISH-FILM-DATABASE/ITEM/?TYPE=MOVIE&ITEMID=15913&IV=AWARDS PUBLISHER=SWEDISH FILM INSTITUTE Cinema of Denmark>Robert Festival Best ActorNational Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor (3rd place)Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor| 1988Katinka (film)>Katinka|| HimselfGuldbagge Award for Best FilmGuldbagge Award for Best Director HTTP://WWW.SFI.SE/EN-GB/SWEDISH-FILM-DATABASE/ITEM/?TYPE=MOVIE&ITEMID=16890&IV=AWARDS PUBLISHER=SWEDISH FILM INSTITUTE, 15 March 2014, | 1989| Ghostbusters II| Vigo | Ivan Reitman| Voice 1990The Bachelor (1990 film)>The Bachelor| Von Schleheim| Roberto Faenza|| A Violent Life| Pope Clement VII| Giacomo Battiato|Father (1990 film)>Father| Joe MuellerJohn Power (director)>John Power| Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role| Awakenings| Dr Peter Ingham| Penny Marshall| 1991A Kiss Before Dying (1991 film)>A Kiss Before Dying| Thor Carlsson| James Dearden|Europa (film)>Europa| Narrator | Lars von Trier| Voice| Until the End of the World| Henry Farber| Wim Wenders|The Ox (film)>The Ox| Vicar| Sven Nykvist|| The Best Intentions| Johan Åkerblom| Bille August|| 1992The Silent Touch3=Dotknięcie ręki|lt=The Silent Touch}}''| Henry Kesdi| Krzysztof ZanussiTokyo International Film Festival>Tokyo International Film Festival Best Actor AwardAward in Tokyo, (in Polish) Retrieved 16 January 2015 1993| Grandpa's Journey| Simon S.L. FrommStaffan Lamm|sv}}|Needful Things (film)>Needful Things| Leland Gaunt| Fraser C. Heston| Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actor| 1994| Time is Money| Joe Kaufman| Paolo BarzmanKarlovy Vary International Film Festival>Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Best Actor| 1995Judge Dredd (film)>Judge DreddChief Judge Fargo>Judge Fargo| Danny Cannon| 1996Hamsun (film)>Hamsun| Knut Hamsun| Jan TroellGuldbagge Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role>Guldbagge Award Best ActorValladolid International Film Festival Best ActorJerusalem (1996 film)>Jerusalem| Vicar| Bille August|| 1997Hercules (1997 film)>Hercules| Zeus| Ron ClementsJohn Musker| Swedish dub| 1998What Dreams May Come (film)>What Dreams May Come| The TrackerVincent Ward (director)>Vincent Ward|| 1999Snow Falling on Cedars (film)>Snow Falling on Cedars| Nels Gudmundsson| Scott Hicks| 2001Sleepless (2001 film)>Sleepless| Ulisse Moretti| Dario Argento|Druids (film)>Druids| Guttuart| Jacques Dorfmann|| Intacto| Samuel| Juan Carlos Fresnadillo| 2002Minority Report (film)>Minority Report| Director Lamar Burgess| Steven Spielberg| Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor| Les amants de Mogador|| Souheil Ben-Barka|| 2005Heidi (2005 live-action film)>Heidi| Uncle Alp| Paul Marcus|| 2006The Inquiry (2006 film)>The Inquiry| Tiberius| Giulio Base| 2007| Rush Hour 3| Varden Reynard| Brett Ratner|| Emotional Arithmetic| Jakob Bronski| Paolo Barzman| Nominated—Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting RoleThe Diving Bell and the Butterfly (film)>The Diving Bell and the Butterfly| Papinou| Julian Schnabel| 2009Solomon Kane (film)>Solomon Kane| Josiah Kane| Michael J. Bassett|| A Man and His Dog| The Commander| Francis Huster| Cameo 2010Shutter Island (film)>Shutter Island| Dr Jeremiah Naehring| Martin Scorsese|Robin Hood (2010 film)>Robin Hood| Sir Walter Loxley| Ridley Scott||Moomins and the Comet Chase|Narrator |Maria Lindberg|VoiceThe Wolfman (2010 film)#Extended cut>The Wolfman| Man on train with silver cane| Joe Johnston| UncreditedDeleted scene| 2011Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (film)>Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close| The Renter| Stephen Daldry| Nominated—Academy Award for Best Supporting ActorNominated—Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting ActorNominated—Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting ActorNominated—San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor 2012| Truth & Treason| Frank Fikeis||Branded (2012 film)>Branded| Joseph Pascal| Jamie Bradshaw & Aleksandr Dulerayn|| 2013| Dragons 3D| Dr Alistair Conis| Marc Fafard| 2015The Letters (2014 film)>The Letters| Father Celeste van Exem| William Riead|| (Star Wars: The Force Awakens)| Lor San Tekka| J. J. Abrams|| 2016| The First, the Last| The Undertaker| Bouli Lanners|| 2018Kursk (film)>Kursk| Vladimir Petrenko| Thomas Vinterberg|">


! Year! Title! Role! Notes| 1957| The Hunter| Television film| 1967The Diary of Anne Frank (1967 TV movie)>The Diary of Anne Frank| Otto Frank| Television film| 1973| Kvartetten som sprängdes| Engineer Planertz| 4 episodes 1984Samson and Delilah (1984 film)>Samson and Delilah| Sidka| Television filmL'Histoire du soldat#Adaptations>The Soldier's TaleDevil>The Devil (voice)| Television film| Le Dernier Civil| Johann Kaspar Bäuerle| Television film 1985(List of Kojak episodes#TV-movies: 1985–87>Kojak: The Belarus File)| Peter Barak| Television film| The Last Place on Earth| Fridtjof Nansen| 3 episodesQuo Vadis? (miniseries)>Quo Vadis?Saint Peter>The Apostle Peter| 6 episodesChristopher Columbus (miniseries)>Christopher ColumbusJohn II of Portugal>King John of Portugal| 4 episodes| 1986Gösta Berlings saga (miniseries)3=Gösta Berlings saga (TV-serie)|lt=Gösta Berlings saga}}''| Melchior Sinclaire| 3 episodes| 1989| Red King, White Knight| SzazPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor - Miniseries or a MovieNominated—CableACE Award>CableACE Award for Supporting Actor in a Movie or a Miniseries| 1990| (Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes)| Father Siemes| Television film 1993| Eugene O'Neill| Television film| The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles| Sigmund Freud| Episode: "Vienna, November 1908" 1994A che punto è la notte (miniseries)3=A che punto è la notte (miniserie televisiva)|lt=A che punto è la notte}}''| Archbishop of Turin| Television filmRadetzkymarsch (1995)3=Radetzkymarsch (1995)|lt=Radetzkymarsch}}''| Baron Franz von Trotta und Sipolje| 2 episodes| Uncle Vanya| Professor Serebryakov| Television film| 1995| Citizen X| Dr Alexandr BukhanovskyCableACE Award>CableACE Award for Supporting Actor in a Movie or a Miniseries 1996Samson and Delilah (1996 film)>Samson and Delilah| Narrator (voice)| UncreditedTelevision film| Private Confessions| Jacob| Television film 1997Hostile Waters (film)>Hostile Waters| Admiral Chernavin| Television film{{Interlanguage link multi>La principessa e il povero|it}}| Epos| Television filmSolomon (miniseries)3=Salomone (miniserie televisiva)|lt=Solomon}}''| David| 3 episodes|2000Nuremberg (2000 film)>Nuremberg|Samuel Rosenman|Episode #1.1 2004{{Interlanguage link multi>Hidden Children – Escape of the Innocents|nl}}|Valobra|Television film|(Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King)|Eyvind|Television film| 2009| The TudorsOtto Truchsess von Waldburg>Cardinal von Walburg| 4 episodes| 2014| The Simpsons| Claus Sigler (voice)The War of Art (The Simpsons)>The War of Art"| 2016| Game of Thrones| Three-eyed RavenPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesHTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20160911123724/HTTP://DEADLINE.COM/2016/09/EMMY-AWARDS-2016-WINNERS-CREATIVE-ARTS-NIGHT-1-LIST-1201816862/ URL=HTTP://DEADLINE.COM/2016/09/EMMY-AWARDS-2016-WINNERS-CREATIVE-ARTS-NIGHT-1-LIST-1201816862/ WEBSITE=DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD LAST=PRUDOM ACCESSDATE=11 SEPTEMBER 2016, no, ">

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