|Born||Pär Ola Norell
3 December 1971
|Spouse(s)||Noomi Rapace (m. 2001; div. 2011)|
|Children||Line (b. 1999)
Lev (b. 2003)
Rapace is best known in Sweden for roles in the popular TV series Tusenbröder and the first series of the Swedish TV series Wallander, which is based on Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander books. Outside Sweden, his most notable work is in the 2000 Lukas Moodysson film Together, which won several awards at international film festivals.
He had a small role in the English-language film Rancid (2004). He is also known for his acting role as Daniel Nordström in the Danish police TV show Anna Pihl. He appeared in the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall. In 2013, he appeared in Crimes of Passion. In 2016, he starred in the French science fiction film Ares.
Rapace married actress Noomi Rapace in 2001, divorcing in 2011; they have a son, Lev, who was born in 2003. Together, they chose the surname Rapace after they were married, which means "bird of prey" in French and Italian. Rapace lived in France for several years and speaks fluent French.
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