Roland Kickinger

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Roland Kickinger
Born (1968-03-30) March 30, 1968 (age 48)
Vienna, Austria
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997–present

Roland Kickinger (born March 30, 1968)[1] is an Austrian-born American bodybuilder and actor from Vienna. Standing 6-feet-4-inches-tall and weighing from 250-300 pounds, he has appeared in numerous bodybuilding competitions, fitness magazines and training videos.

In his acting career, Kickinger is perhaps best known for his regular role as Chip Rommel in the television series Son of the Beach and also played the young version of fellow Austrian-American, Arnold Schwarzenegger, in the 2005 TV movie See Arnold Run.[2] He also appeared in a minor role in the 2008 film Street Warrior. He appeared in Disaster Movie as the Hulk, released in 2008, and in the 2009 film Terminator Salvation, as a prototype of the T-800 made famous by Schwarzenegger.

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Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
1998 An Eye for Talent (Short film) Doorman
Lethal Weapon 4 detective (Uncredited Cameo)
1999 Gone to Maui Schulz
2001 Skippy Bodybuilder
15 Minutes (Short film) Austrian (Uncredited Cameo)
2002 Shoot or Be Shot Sven
2005 Candy Paint (Short film) Moe Petrowski
See Arnold Run Arnold Schwarzenegger
2006 Against Type Jake Stackley
2007 Andrea: Heart of the Giant Edouard Carpentier
2008 Street Warrior Showman
Disaster Movie The Incredible Hulk
2009 Raven John Salem
Terminator Salvation T-800
Peranmai (Tamil film) Anderson
2010 Sebastian Tony
2011 The Program (TV film) Cilas
AloneAlone (Short film) Grenne

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