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Charles Joel Nordstrom Kinnaman is a Swedish-American actor born on 25th November 1979. He began his career as a child artist in 1990, in the soap opera Storstad as Felix Lundstrom. After playing the character in 22 episodes of the show, he stepped away from acting. In 2002, Joel re-started his acting career again from the thriller called The Invisible. Later on, he enrolled in the Swedish Academic School of Drama in Malmo and after completing graduation in 2007, he attracted the attention of Swedish media in a stage adaptation of Crime and Punishment. Following that, Kinnaman went on to star in nine Swedish movies and made his breakthrough from the 2009 film I skuggan av varmen. Upcoming years brought more success to him and Joel made his international film debut from the thriller The Darkest Hour. Since then, Kinnaman starred in several films including Easy Money II: Hard to Kill, RoboCop, Run All Night and Edge of Winter.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height||188 cm, 6′ 2″|
|Weight||89 kg, 196 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||unknown|
We retell our favorite stories. That’s what we’ve done since we were sitting around campfires. It’s a part of the human spirit. It doesn’t have to be negative to creativity. It can be completely opposite. That’s how you can break new ground: by rethinking something that’s already been done.Joel Kinnaman
I hate pork rinds. I couldn’t imagine how anybody would ever get the idea of taking skin from a pig and frying it and then trying to sell it to people. And then people actually buy it to eat it. That is the true sign of the decline of the human race.Joel Kinnaman
I miss the Swedish women on the first day of spring cause they all just blossom in the most incredible way.Joel Kinnaman
We have nobility in Sweden, and it comes from the old British aristocracy.Joel Kinnaman
I grew up in a working class neighborhood in Sweden, which, during my teens, gentrified and is now completely middle class and even upper middle class.Joel Kinnaman