|Born||in Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Kim Bodnia is a Danish actor, who was born in Copenhagen in 1965. His ancestry is from Poland and Russia.
Kim Bodnia is educated as an actor at the Copenhagen Theatre school (1988-1991). After an amazing theatre career as an actor and creator of new Danish theatre in Copenhagen, he had his breakthrough in Nightwatch (1994) for which he received The Robert Award for best supporting actor.
After his breakthrough, he established the companies Bella Entertainment1 and Bella Film Production, which have produced a number of his films since then.
In 1996, the much acclaimed film, Pusher was released and Kim Bodnia was honored for his lead role as Frank. Then followed films as Bleeder (1999), In China They Eat Dogs (1999), Escape (2001), Dragonfly (2001), Jolly Roger (2001), Old Men in New Cars (2002), Himmelfald (2002).
In 2010 he had a role in the Danish director Susanne Bier's Oscar winning film - Best Foreign language "In A Better World " and Kim starred along side Trine Dyrholm and Pierce Brosnan in the success film "Love is All you Need (2012)
In November 2014 he won the The Angela Film Prize Award, at Killkenny Subtitle Film festival in Ireland, for European Film making.
Today Kim Bodnia is a highly respected actor for his work and his role as Martin in the Nordic Noir most famous Danish/Swedish Television crime show "The Bridge I and II". He won The Golden Nymph Award for best actor in television in 2014 at The Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo.
Kim had a lead role in Rosewater, directed by Jon Stewart, his first movie as a director. The film received amazing criticism and the acting opposite Gael Garcia Bernal was astonishing. In 2018, Kim played the role as Konstantin in the success TV series Killing Eve and the TV series has already been a huge success worldwide and has been nominated as Best TV series at the 2019 Golden Globes and The Critics' Choice Awards. Killing Eve II will be shown in 2019.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kim Bodnia
|Rikke Louise Andersson||(2013 - present) ( 3 children)|