Aleksander Krupa

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Olek Krupa
Born Aleksander Krupa
(1955-08-31) 31 August 1955 (age 61)
Rybnik, Poland
Nationality Polish
Other names Olek Krupa
Occupation Actor (film and television)
Years active 1979–present

Aleksander Krupa (born 31 August 1955), often credited as Olek Krupa, is a Polish-born American actor, active in film and television roles and best known for playing villains and/or criminals, such as in Eraser, Blue Streak and Home Alone 3. He also notably portrayed a Serb general engaged in genocide against Bosnian Muslims in 2001's Behind Enemy Lines and portrayed Medvedev the then President of Russia in 2010's action thriller film Salt.

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