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Biographic - Sunday March 14, 2021 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Biographic - Sunday March 14, 2021 Comic Strip
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Born in Morristown, New Jersey, on June 11, 1969, Peter Dinklage studied drama at Bennington college in Vermont before attending the prestigious royal academy of dramatic arts in London and the Welsh school of music and drama in Cardiff, Whales. He worked extensively on the New York stage and made his feature film debut in 1995's "Living In Oblivion." In 2003, he gained wide acclaim for his starring role in the award-winning movie "The Station Agent." He racked up an impressive list of TV and movie credits including an appearance opposite Will Farrell in the hit comedy "Elf" and a recurring role on the TV series "Threshold." Other movie roles ranged from a defense attorney opposite Vin Diesel in "Find Me Guilty" to the Dwarf Trumpkin in "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian." He turned in a memorable performance in the dark 2007 British comedy "Death at a Funeral" in a role that he reprised in the 2010 American remake, which starred Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence. His major breakthrough came when he was cast as the roguish Tyrion Lannister on the HBO epic fantasy series "Game of Thrones" the role earned him a number of awards, including a Golden Globe and an unprecedented four prime-time Emmys! 2011 saw Peter and his wife, theater director Erica Schmidt, welcome their fist child. The couple's second child was born in 2017. He has voiced characters in a number of animated movies, indcluding "Ice Age: Continental Drift" "The Angry Birds Movie" and it's sequel, and "The Croods: A New Age." Major movie credits range from "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and "Avengers: Infinity war" to "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." He can currently be seen in the recently released streaming movie "I care A Lot" opposite Rosamund Pike. Upcoming projects include the musical "Cyrando." and a possible remake of "The Wild Bunch."