Representing Sweden is the talented actor Gustav Lindh. He is most notably known for starring in the Queen Of Hearts. The film, took the cinematic world by storm. He was awarded ‘Winner of the Young Competition’ the prestigious ‘Bodil Award’, the Danish Golden Globe.
”Gustav Lindh creates a strong and complex character with a raw vigor that locks your eyes onto the screen whenever he is present. In a unique and fearless performance that is both humble and layered, Lindh never backs away from a moment, embodying his character and his sense of isolation one hundred percent. We see a very bright future ahead for this powerhouse.”
ABOUT Gustav Lindh.
Gustav Lindh, born in Västerås, Sweden, is one of the brightest stars of the Nordic feature film and TV world. Despite his young age, Gustav has an impressive resume and has managed to work with some of the most renowned creators in Scandinavia.
During his training at the Dramatic School of Arts in Lund, Gustav took part in internationally acclaimed productions such as The Circle (Levan Akin, 2015), the TV series Jordskott and Springfloden and the miniseries, De Dagar Som Blommorna Blommar.
In 2019, he drew attention for his raw and heart-breaking portrayal of the troubled teenager in Queen Of Hearts. The film, directed by May el-Toukhy, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2019 and took the cinematic world by storm. For this role, Lindh was awarded ‘Winner of the Young Competition’ at the Hong Kong International Film Festival and the prestigious ‘Bodil Award’, the Danish Golden Globe.
Being one of the most prolific actors of his generation, Gustav can currently be seen in two seasons of the Viaplay TV series Love Me and in the feature films Orca, directed by Josephine Bornebusch and Riders Of Justice, directed by Anders Thomas Jensen. He has just wrapped shooting Robert Eggers’ The Northmen, starring opposite Nicole Kidman and Alexander Skarsgård.
We spoke with Gustav Lindh about his recent film 'Orca' and his thoughts on playing 'Igor' whom like all of us currently is living through the global Coronavirus Pandemic. Is 'Igor' Gustav's alter ego?
You can follow Gustav Lindh on his social media platforms @gustavlindh.
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