I like him, too. Excellent job in The Killing. Hope to see more of him.
wow never heard of him but I like! He's hot for a blond guy. He doesn't have that pale or boring look that you sometimes find with them.
It's amazing that he sounds so much like Stephen Holder, the street smart urban white boy detective he played on The Killing. He doesn't use the same slang as the character, but his speech pattern is very much like the character. For a Swede he sure has the American accent down. I guess it helps he's part American, too.
I think he's someone people need to keep their eyes on. I see him becoming a major movie star once he lands the right role.
Terrible attitude. He trashed that couple. Totally disrespectful.
[quote]For a Swede he sure has the American accent down. I guess it helps he's part American, too.
R4. Visit Stockholm. You'll be quite surprised to hear Swedes speaking English with very little Swedish accent.
I visited Sweden in the mid-'90s and was quite surprised. I don't know how or why this is, but Sweden is one of the few European countries where the native speakers somehow are able to speak English without much of their own native accent coming through.
In addition, Joel Kinnaman is 32. He was born and grew up in Sweden, but he came to the U.S. when he was 17. So it stands to reason that much of his accent would be diminished by now particularly if Swedes in Sweden don't have much of an accent when speaking English in the first place.
you know he's got a fat thick uncut cock
R7. Now you're talking. Sweden--along with all of Europe--foreskin heaven.
Skinny and hairless. Yawn.
R5=Texas white trash.
In all of scandinavia plus the netherlands in particular, native english speakers possessed no hang over accents. They spoke english as though raised in the US. it's very impressive. Many of the dutch males were beautiful beyond any seen ever before.
He had a "blink and you'll miss him" role in Fincher's version of GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO. He was part of the magazine staff - in fact, the character he played is gay in the original novels.
His dad fled to Sweden to escape the draft during Vietnam.
Men who are not naturally hirsute should not try to grow facial hair (as he did in "The Killing." Just looks scraggly and unkempt.
[quote] In all of scandinavia plus the netherlands in particular, native english speakers possessed no hang over accents.
That's very true. Come to think about it, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the Danish actor who plays Jaime Lannister in "Game of Thrones," also doesn't have any accent when he speaks English. The odd thing about him is that in some interviews he sounds English and in others he sounds American. I wouldn't have any idea that he was Danish had I not looked up more info about him.
R6, American TV and music are now readily accessible to us. It's also true in Copenhagen for Danes.