Møller at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival
Roland Møller (Danish: [ˈmøːˀlɐ]; born 1972) is a Danish actor.
Møller grew up in a criminal environment in Odense, Denmark. He had 10 assault convictions and had served time for a total of four and a half years before he was released on parole under the condition he leave Odense in 2002. He subsequently attended Den Rytmiske Højskole, a music folk high school, and then moved to Copenhagen, where he began working with the rapper Jokeren as a songwriter.
Møller made his acting debut in the 2010 film R. While Møller was originally involved as a consultant in the film set in Horsens State Prison, where he had served time, co-director Tobias Lindholm offered him an acting role in the film. Møller's performance in the film earned Supporting Actor nominations at the Bodil Awards and Danish Film Critics Association Awards. He then appeared in Lindholm's 2012 film A Hijacking and the 2013 film Northwest, directed by the other R co-director Michael Noer, for both of which he was nominated for the Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, the latter of which he also won.
In 2014, he appeared in A Second Chance, directed by Susanne Bier. In 2015, he appeared in Martin Zandvliet's war drama Land of Mine in his first leading role, for which he received the Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
|2012||A Hijacking||Jan Sørensen|
|2013||A Second Chance||Man at the club|
|2015||The Shamer's Daughter||Hannes|
|2015||Land of Mine||Sgt. Carl Leopold Rasmussen|
|2017||Atomic Blonde||Aleksander Bremovych|
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