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It was very loud, very crazy, there was a lot of food, a lot of alcohol, but it was also very loving.’ 2. While his mum, My, is a doctor, his dad is Stellan Skarsgard, an actor who’s done a tonne of Swedish theatre, art-house movies and… with writer/director Lars von Trier casting Stellan as the ‘douchebag’ best man of Alexander’s character. ‘We’re more like brothers than father and son,’ he said of his old man. I’ll take him out with my buddies in LA or in Stockholm, and it’s never awkward or anything. So infatuated are his fans that they’ve coined the term ‘skarsbrow’ about him. In 1997, he enrolled in a theater course at Marymount Manhattan College and moved to New York City.He returned to Stockholm after six months, but the time he spent studying theater showed him that he wanted to act. He is the epitome of Scandi-cool, having grown up in Stockholm in the now-popular So Fo (south of Folkungagatan) neighbourhood.Family vacations at the Skarsgard pad sound pretty fun too.The pair kept very close as they strolled through the gardens hand-in-hand and only stopped to take photos of each other along the way. Neither of the stars have openly discussed dating one another, although Chung did recently admit that she things she'd be a nightmare to date during an interview with (uh-oh! It makes me a nightmare to date, I think," she said.
After completing his service in 1996 he left Sweden and attended Leeds Beckett University in England for six months.
Skarsgård worked with a dialect coach to master the American accent.
Just before leaving to shoot Generation Kill, Skarsgård heard about True Blood, a new series HBO was developing based on the Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris.
Skarsgård was later cast as Eric Northman, a 1000-year-old, Viking vampire sheriff, local bar owner and potential love interest of heroine Sookie Stackhouse.
Skarsgård appeared in Straw Dogs, a remake of the 1971 film of the same name, as Charlie Venner.
The remake's director, Rod Lurie, transferred the small town setting from Cornwall to Mississippi, and described Venner as "an ex-football star gone to seed".