Arnold Vosloo was born on 16th June 1962 in Pretoria, South Africa. He is an American actor from South Africa.
Biography and Career:
He comes from a family of actors. His parents have been stage actors. He lived with his parents in Port Elizabeth. His father ran a drive-in-theatre and Alberton.
He started his acting career at the South African theatre. He has won several Dalro Awards for his performance in plays like Don Juan, Hamlet, and Mi´re is 'n Lang Dag. He then started appearing regularly at Pretoria's State Theatre. His debut American movie was 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992). He then acted in movies like Darkman ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬' Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1994) and Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996). He also acted in the John Woo film Hard Target, with Jean
-Claude Van Damme. He has acted in the movie Agent Cody Banks in 2003 as Francois Molay.
Apart from acting in movies he has given guest performance in many TV shows like The Red Shoe Diaries, American Gothic (1995), Nash Bridges (1995), Charmed (2000), Alias (2004) and NCIS (2009) He was one of the main characters in Veritas: The Quest (2003). He also played a major role in the fourth season of 24 in 2005. he played the role of a terrorist Habib Marwan. He also performed in two episodes of Chuck in 2009.
He went back to South Africa in 2004 to make the movie "Forgiveness". This movie was about an ex-policeman who seeks out the family of the anti-Apartheid activist he killed. He also acted in the movie Blood Diamond in 2006, half of the movie was shot in South Africa.
Birth name: Arnold Vosloo
Nickname: Arny, Boetie or Boeta
Height: 6' 2" (1.88 m)
He was born on 16th June 1962 in Pretoria, South Africa. He got married to Nancy Mulford in 1988. His wife was his co-star in Act of Piracy. They divorced three years after their marriage. He then married Silvia Ahi, a Mexican marketing director on 16th October 1998.
Why do we like Arnold Vosloo?
We like Arnold Vosloo because he is a very talented actor.
Why is Arnold Vosloo Famous?
He is famous for his role in the movie The Mummy in 1999 and The Mummy Returns in 2001.
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