Kim Bodnia

Birthday: Apr 12, 1965
Birthplace: Copenhagen, Denmark
Born in Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, Kim Bodnia debuted in the movie business in 1989 with a small role in En afgrund af frihed (1989), after several theatre experiences, but it wasn't until 1994 that he got his breakthrough as the macho character Jens in Ole Bornedal's Nattevagten (1994), for which he won several awards. After that he starred in what many consider his best performance to date, namely Nicolas Winding Refn's Pusher (1996).Bodnia teamed up with the young director again 3 years later in _Bleeder (1999/I)_. Later that same year he played the streetwise Harald in _I Kina Spiser De Hunde (1999)_. He returned as Harald alongside actress Iben Hjejle in the prequel of _I Kina Spiser De Hunde (1999)_, _Gamle Mænd I Nye Biler (2002)_. Kim Bodnia has won countless awards and is considered one of Denmark's greatest actors.

Highest Rated Movies



76% Rosewater Rosewater 2014
No Score Yet Rosewater: Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert Live Actor 2014
No Score Yet Skumringslandet (The Veil of Twilight) Bergtor 2014
75% Love Is All You Need Leif $1.7M 2013
No Score Yet Skytten Rasmus Holm Jensen 2013
No Score Yet The Stranger Within Actor 2013
No Score Yet Rendez-vous à Kiruna Actor 2013
78% In A Better World Lars $1.1M 2011
89% Terribly Happy (Frygtelig lykkelig) Jørgen Buhl $44.9K 2010
No Score Yet Sebastians Verden Actor 2010
No Score Yet The Candidate Claes Kiehlert 2008
80% The Journals of Knud Rasmussen Peter Freuchen 2006
No Score Yet Monstertorsdag (Monsterthursday) Actor 2005
No Score Yet The Good Cop (Den gode strømer) Actor 2004
No Score Yet Monster Thursday Actor 2004
No Score Yet Old Men in New Cars Actor 2003
No Score Yet Øyenstikker (Dragonflies) (Dragonfly) Eddie 2001
83% Pusher Frank 1999
No Score Yet Bleeder Leo 1999
No Score Yet I Kina spiser de hunde (In China They Eat Dogs) Harold 1999
No Score Yet Nattevagten (Nightwatch) Jens 1994


94% Killing Eve
  • 2019
  • 2018
77% Watership Down
  • 2018
No Score Yet Bron/Broen (The Bridge)
Martin Rodhe Martin Rohde
  • 2011