Matthias Schoenaerts

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Matthias Schoenaerts
Matthias Schoenaerts César 2016.jpg
Matthias Schoenaerts in 2016
Born (1977-12-08) 8 December 1977 (age 43)
Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium
Other namesZenith
OccupationActor, film producer, graffiti artist
Years active1992–present

Matthias Schoenaerts (/ˈʃnɑːrts/;[1] Dutch: [ˈmɑcɑs ˈsxunaːrts];[2] born 8 December 1977) is a Belgian actor, film producer, and graffiti artist.[3] He made his film debut at the age of 13 in Daens (1992), which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. He is best known for his roles as Filip in Loft (2008), Jacky Vanmarsenille in the Oscar-nominated Bullhead (2011), Ali in the BAFTA and Golden Globe-nominee Rust and Bone (2012), for which he won the César Award for Most Promising Actor, Eric Deeds in The Drop (2014), Bruno von Falk in Suite Française (2015), Gabriel Oak in Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), Hans Axgil in The Danish Girl (2015) and Uncle Vanya in Red Sparrow (2018). Schoenaerts also received critical acclaim for his portrayal of an ex-soldier suffering from PTSD in Disorder (2015), and for his performance as an inmate training a wild horse in The Mustang (2019).

In 2015, he was named Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in France.[4]

Early life[edit]

Schoenaerts was born in Antwerp, Flanders, the Flemish (Dutch-speaking) region of Belgium. He is the son of actor Julien Schoenaerts (1925–2006) and Dominique Wiche (1953–2016), a costume designer, translator and French teacher. He has an older half brother, Bruno Schoenaerts (born 1953),[5] who is a lawyer.[6] Schoenaerts is of Flemish descent through his father, although his maternal grandmother is from Liège, Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, and he was raised by his maternal grandparents in Brussels.[7][8]

Schoenaerts grew up bilingual,[9] speaking Dutch and French. He is also fluent in English,[10] which he learned by watching American movies.[11]

In 1987, at nine years old, he appeared in a stage production of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince opposite his father, who was also the director.[12] His mother, Dominique, was the costume designer of the play.[13]

He started producing graffiti as a teenager under the pseudonym "Zenith",[14] even going to New York to collaborate with the Bronx group TATS CRU.[15] It is possible to watch some videos of Schoenaerts doing graffiti in Belgium on YouTube.[16]

Schoenaerts was close to becoming a professional soccer player and was on the books of Belgian team Beerschot AC, but gave up when he was 16 years old.[17][18] In 2013, Schoenaerts stated that he was a fan of the Spanish football club FC Barcelona.[10]


Early work in Belgium and Netherlands (1992–2011)[edit]

At the age of 13, Schoenaerts made his film debut with a small role in the 1992 Belgian film Daens, which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. His father also starred in the film but they did not share any scenes together.

In 2003, Schoenaerts was named one of "Europe's Shooting Stars" by the European Film Promotion.[19]

After completing studies at The Academy of Dramatic Arts in Antwerp, he featured in several shorts and feature films. In 2002, he starred in Dorothée Van Den Berghe's Meisje (Girl);[20] Tom Barman's Any Way the Wind Blows in 2003; Rudolf Mestdagh's Ellektra[21] and Roel Mondelaers & Raf Reyntjens's sci-fi short film A Message from Outer Space,[22] which Schoenaerts also produced in 2004.

In 2006, Schoenaerts played Dennis in Hilde Van Mieghem's Love Belongs to Everyone (Dennis van Rita), and had a small role as a member of the Dutch resistance in Paul Verhoeven's Black Book.

In 2007, he starred in Ben van Lieshout's film De Muze,[23] and in Erik Bruyn's Nadine. In 2008, he played Bob in Pieter van Hees's horror film Left Bank (Linkeroever), and most notably played the role of Filip in Erik Van Looy's Loft, which became the most successful Flemish film at the Belgian box-office, earning over $7,075,161.[24][25] In the same year, Schoenaerts also starred in the mini-series The Emperor of Taste (De smaak van De Keyser), playing a Belgian soldier in World War II.[26]

In 2009, he starred in Dorothée Van Den Berghe's My Queen Karo, in which he played the hippie Raven in 1970's Amsterdam.[27] In 2010, he played the lead role in Alex Stockman's Techno-thriller Pulsar, and had a cameo in Franck Richard's La Meute (The Pack).

In 2011, Schoenaerts starred in the Dutch films The Gang of Oss (De Bende van Oss)[28] and The President (De President).[29]

Breakthrough: Bullhead and Rust and Bone (2011–2013)[edit]

In 2011, Schoenaerts played Jacky Vanmarsenille, the lead role in Bullhead, directed by Michaël R. Roskam, which was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar. His performance in the film was well received and won him the FIPRESCI Award for best actor at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in January 2012. The jury praised the actor's "superb portrayal of an innocent and sensitive man trapped in a truculent body."[30][31] He also won the Magritte Award for Best Actor.

Schoenaerts next to Marion Cotillard, Armand Verdure and Jacques Audiard during the premiere of Rust and Bone at the Cannes Film Festival in 2012.

In 2012, he starred in Jacques Audiard's Rust and Bone (De rouille et d'os) alongside Marion Cotillard.[32][33] The film premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and was a critical and box office hit in France.[34][35] On 22 February 2013, Matthias won the César Award for Most Promising Actor for his role in Rust and Bone.[36][37]

Schoenaerts also produced and starred in the Belgian short film Death of a Shadow (Dood van een Schaduw),[38] directed by Tom Van Avermaet. On 10 January 2013, the short film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.[39][40]

The New York Times described Schoenaerts as "the most versatile beefcake actor of our time" in 2012.[41]

In 2013, he narrated the Belgian Dutch version of the Disneynature documentary Chimpanzee.[42]

International Success (2014-Present)[edit]

In 2014, Schoenaerts appeared alongside Clive Owen, Billy Crudup and again Marion Cotillard in the thriller Blood Ties, in which he played Anthony Scarfo.[43][44] The film premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

He also played Eric Deeds in The Drop, his second film with Michael R. Roskam, starring opposite Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and James Gandolfini.[45]

In 2015, the actor appeared in 7 films: The Loft, the American remake of the Belgian film Loft, in which he played the same character and was also his first English-language film; in Saul Dibb's Suite Française, playing the German officer Bruno von Falk opposite Michelle Williams and Kristin Scott Thomas;[46] in Thomas Vinterberg's Far from the Madding Crowd as Gabriel Oak,[47] one of Carey Mulligan's three love interests;[48] in Alan Rickman's period drama A Little Chaos, as French landscape architect André Le Nôtre, opposite Kate Winslet.[49] In the same year, Schoenaerts was announced as William Clark on HBO's miniseries Lewis and Clark, co-starring Casey Affleck as Meriwether Lewis. The six-hour miniseries was executive produced by Tom Hanks, Edward Norton, and Brad Pitt.[50] Production got shut down in August 2015 due to "internal and external, weather-related factors".[51]

Schoenaerts also starred in Alice Winocour's French thriller Disorder (Maryland), as an ex-soldier suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, for which his performance was highly praised.[52] He played Paul in Luca Guadagnino's erotic thriller A Bigger Splash, starring opposite Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson,[53][54] and also played the art-dealer Hans Axgil in Tom Hooper's The Danish Girl.[55][56] A Bigger Splash and The Danish Girl made their world premieres at the 2015 Venice Film Festival, both were screened in the official competition.[57][58]

On 28 July 2015, Schoenaerts was named a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in France.[4]

In January 2016, it was announced that Schoenaerts would play a drummer who begins to lose his hearing in Darius Marder's Sound of Metal.[59] After a couple of years in development, Schoenaerts was replaced by Riz Ahmed.[60]

In 2017, Schoenaerts reteamed with Michaël R. Roskam in the Belgian film Racer and the Jailbird (Le Fidèle), in the role of a gangster named Gigi. The film was Roskam and Schoenaerts' first film in Belgium since 2011's Bullhead.[61] In the same year, Schoenaerts played Gene, Jane Fonda's son on the Netflix film Our Souls at Night, also starring Robert Redford and directed by Ritesh Batra.[62][63]

He also worked again with director Thomas Vinterberg in 2018's Kursk,[64][65] a film about the Kursk submarine disaster of 2000 in which Schoenaerts played Russian Navy captain-lieutenant Mikhail Kalekov.[66]

In 2018, Schoenaerts co-starred in Francis Lawrence's spy thriller Red Sparrow in the role of Uncle Vanya opposite Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton and Jeremy Irons.[67] He also starred in the Belgian-French film Close Enemies, directed by David Oelhoffen.[68]

Schoenaerts holding his award at the 2013 César Awards ceremony.

In 2019, Schoenaerts appeared as Captain Herder in Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life, as Maywood in Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat,[69] and as Roman Coleman, an inmate who participates in a rehabilitation program centered around training of wild horses in Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre's The Mustang.[70] In 2020, he appeared in Gina Prince-Bythewood's The Old Guard[71] as Booker / Sébastien le Livre, once a French soldier who fought under Napoleon.

In 2021, Schoenaerts starred as Peter Flood in Jeremie Guez's Brothers by Blood[72] and as Jurgen in the Flemish TV anthology Lockdown[73] episode "Zuur" alongside Veerle Baetens.[74] His upcoming works include Terrence Malick's The Way of the Wind,[75] Justin Kurzel's Ruin alongside Margot Robbie,[76] and David O. Russell's Canterbury Glass.[77] He will star as the title character in the upcoming TV series Django.

Other ventures[edit]

Schoenaerts was the face of Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2014.[78]

Directorial debut[edit]

His directorial debut, Franky, is a documentary about a one-legged childhood friend of his who became an MMA fighter, Franky van Hove.[79] The documentary is currently in post-production.[80]

Hakuna Casting[edit]

On 24 August 2015, it was reported that Schoenaerts became the co-owner of the Belgian casting agency Hakuna Casting,[81] which focuses on people of ethnic origin.

The agency has collaborated on the casting of films like Black by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, and Belgica by Felix Van Groeningen.[82]



Year Title Role Notes
1992 Daens Wannes Scholliers
2002 De blauwe roos Minnaar Short
Waternimf Short
Meisje a.k.a. Girl Oskar
2003 Zien Man Short
Any Way the Wind Blows Chouki
2004 Je veux quelque chose et je ne sais pas quoi Jaap Short
A Message from Outer Space Frits Short
Ellektra DJ Cosmonaut X
Gender Short
2005 Another Day Man Short
The End of the Ride Samuel Short
Daughter Mattias Short
Exit Anthony Short
The One Thing to Do Edward Monskii Short
2006 Retour Maxime Short
Love Belongs to Everyone Dennis
Black Book Joop
2007 The Muse John
Nadine Cornee
2008 Left Bank Bob
Tunnelrat John Atkins Short
Loft Filip Willems
2009 Afterday Jef Short
My Queen Karo Raven
2010 The Pack Le Gothique en toc
Pulsar Samuel Verbist
Injury Time Van Dessel Short
2011 Bullhead Jacky Vanmarsenille Magritte Award for Best Actor
Flanders Film Award for Best Actor
AFI Fest New Auteur's Critic Prize for Best Actor
Fantastic Fest New Wave Award for Best Actor
Les Arcs European Film Festival for Best Actor
Palm Springs International Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize for Best Actor
Nominated—International Cinephile Society Award for Best Actor
The President Boyko
The Gang of Oss Ties van Heesch
2012 Rust and Bone Ali César Award for Most Promising Actor
Étoiles d'Or Award for Best Male Newcomer
Valladolid International Film Festival for Best Actor
Nominated—Magritte Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Lumières Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Globe de Cristal Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Prix Patrick Dewaere
Nominated—Dublin Film Critics' Circle for Best Actor
Death of a Shadow Nathan Rijckx Short
2013 Chimpanzee Narrator (Belgian Dutch version) Documentary
Blood Ties Anthony Scarfo
2014 The Drop Eric Deeds
A Little Chaos André Le Nôtre
The Loft Philip Williams
2015 Suite Française Bruno von Falk
Far from the Madding Crowd Gabriel Oak
Disorder Vincent Nominated—Prix Patrick Dewaere
The Danish Girl Hans Axgil Capri Hollywood International Film Festival Award for Revelation of the Year
A Bigger Splash Paul De Smedt
2017 Our Souls at Night Gene
Racer and the Jailbird Gigi Ensor Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Magritte Award for Best Actor
2018 Red Sparrow Ivan Vladimirovich Egorov
Kursk Mikhail Averin
Close Enemies Manuel Marco
2019 The Mustang Roman Coleman Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead
A Hidden Life Captain Herder
The Laundromat Maywood
2020 The Old Guard Booker (Sebastien le Livre)
Brothers by Blood Peter Flood
TBA The Way of the Wind Saint Peter Post-production
Canterbury Glass Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Flikken Jens Goossens Episode "Corrupt"
2002 Stille waters Rechercheur 1 Episode
2008 De Smaak van De Keyser a.k.a. The Emperor of Taste Alfred Lenaerts 8 Episodes
2009 Los zand Vincent Vandeweghe 13 Episodes
2010 Duts Himself Episode "De nieuwe buurman"
2015 De Biker Boys Himself Episode "De reconstructie"
2021 Lockdown Jurgen Episode "Zuur" with Veerle Baetens
TBA Django Django Main role; Filming

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2003 Berlin International Film Festival EFP Shooting Star Won
2009 Monte-Carlo TV Festival Golden Nymph for Outstanding Actor - Drama Series De smaak van De Keyser Nominated
2011 Flanders Film Awards Best Actor Bullhead Won
AFI Fest[83] New Auteurs Critic's Prize For Best Actor Won
Austin Fantastic Fest Next Wave Award for Best Actor Won
Les Arcs European Film Festival Best Actor Won
2-in-1 International Film Festival Heroes Award for Best Actor Won
Saint-Jean-de-Luz Young Filmmakers Festival Best Actor Won
2012 Palm Springs International Film Festival[84] FIPRESCI Prize for Best Actor Won
Magritte Award Best Actor Won
Valladolid International Film Festival Best Actor Rust and Bone Won
Dublin Film Critics' Circle Best Actor Nominated
2013 César Award Most Promising Actor Won
Magritte Award Best Actor Nominated
Lumières Award Best Actor Nominated
Globes de Cristal Award Best Actor Nominated
Étoiles d'Or Best Male Newcomer Won
CinEuphoria Awards Best International Actor Won
Bullhead Won
International Cinephile Society Awards Best Actor Nominated
Prix Patrick Dewaere Nominated
2015 Oostende Film Festival[85] Outstanding Achievement Won
Capri-Hollywood International Film Festival[86][87] Revelation of the Year The Danish Girl Won
2016 Prix Patrick Dewaere Nominated
Elle Style Awards[88] Actor of the Year Won
2018 Magritte Award Best Actor Racer and the Jailbird Nominated
2020 Independent Spirit Awards Best Male Lead The Mustang Nominated


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