Alicia Amanda Vikander (//, Swedish: [aˈlǐːsɪa vɪˈkǎnːdɛr] (listen); born 3 October 1988) is a Swedish actress. She is the recipient of various accolades, including an Academy Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Critics' Choice Movie Award, as well as receiving nominations for two Golden Globe Awards and three British Academy Film Awards.
Alicia Amanda Vikander
3 October 1988
Born and raised in Gothenburg, Vikander began acting as a child in minor stage productions at the Gothenburg opera house and trained as a ballet dancer at the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm. She began her acting career in Swedish short films and television series and first gained recognition for her role in the drama series Andra Avenyn (2008–2010). She made her feature film debut in Pure (2010), for which she won the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress. She gained wider recognition in 2012 for playing Kitty in Joe Wright's adaptation of Anna Karenina and Queen Caroline Mathilde in the Danish film A Royal Affair.
Vikander achieved global recognition for her roles as Vera Brittain in Testament of Youth (2014), a humanoid robot in Ex Machina (2014), for which she was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and Gerda Wegener in The Danish Girl (2015), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 2016, Vikander was listed by Forbes in its 30 Under 30 list. She has also starred in the action film Jason Bourne (2016), as Lara Croft in the adventure film Tomb Raider (2018), and in the fantasy film The Green Knight (2021).
Alicia Amanda Vikander was born on 3 October 1988 in Gothenburg to Maria Fahl (1951-2022), a stage actress, and Svante Vikander, a psychiatrist. Her parents are from small villages in the north and south of Sweden, respectively. They separated when Vikander was two months old, and she was mostly raised by her mother. She has five half-siblings on her father's side. Vikander has said she had the best of both worlds growing up, being an only child to her mother and being surrounded by a large family when she went to her father's house every second week. She is one-quarter Finnish; her maternal great-aunt moved from Finland to Sweden to escape World War II.
Vikander started her acting career at age seven, starring in a production of Kristina från Duvemåla at The Göteborg Opera, which was written by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson from ABBA, performing in the play for three and a half years. She appeared in several musicals at the Opera, such as The Sound of Music and Les Misérables. In 1997 she participated in the TV4 children's singing show Småstjärnorna; she performed the Helen Sjöholms song, "Du måste finnas". She won her episode with praise from the judges for her stage presence.
Vikander trained in ballet from age nine with the Svenska Balettskolan i Göteborg (1998–2004). At 15, Vikander moved from Gothenburg to train at the ballet's upper school in Stockholm, living on her own. She trained one summer at the American Academy of Ballet in New York.
At age 16, she almost left school to commit fully to the television series she worked on with director Tomas Alfredson, realising her passion for acting. Her dance career was sidelined in her late teens due to injuries. She auditioned for drama school but was turned down twice. At one point, Vikander was admitted to law school but she never attended, following her dreams to become an actress instead.
Vikander received critical acclaim for her feature film debut, playing the leading role of Katarina in the Swedish film Pure (2010). The film tells the story of the troubled secretary Katarina, who desperately tries to escape her life. With this role, Vikander won the Rising Star Award in 2010 at the Stockholm International Film Festival, the Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival and the prestigious Guldbagge Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. She became represented by Tavistock Wood management in the UK, and shortly afterwards she also signed with United Talent Agency in the US. In 2011, she had the leading role of Fragancia Fernandez, who is arrested for attempted murder, in The Crown Jewels. In 2012, Vikander gained international attention for playing the key role of Kitty in the English-language film adaptation of Anna Karenina, starring Keira Knightley. The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and received positive reviews.
That year, she added Danish to her repertoire while co-starring as Queen Caroline Mathilde in the Nikolaj Arcel feature film A Royal Affair. It had its world premiere at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival and was received with critical acclaim. The film was subsequently nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 85th Academy Awards. Vikander was named as one of the 10 Actors to Watch: Breakthrough Performances of 2012 at the 20th Hamptons International Film Festival, was nominated for BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2013, and received the Editor's Choice Award at the 2013 Elle Style Awards.
In 2013, she starred as German Pirate Party member Anke Domscheit-Berg in The Fifth Estate. The film opened the Toronto International Film Festival on 5 September 2013. It garnered mixed critical reactions. Vikander also had the leading role of Erika in the Swedish film Hotell, for which she got the Marrakech International Film Festival Award for Best Actress. In 2014, she appeared in the Australian crime thriller Son of a Gun. The film was released in Australia on 16 October 2014 and received mixed reviews; Vikander, however, was praised for her performance.
In 2015, Vikander had substantial roles in eight films. She garnered widespread critical acclaim for her portrayal of painter Gerda Wegener in Tom Hooper's The Danish Girl, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, becoming the second Swedish actress to win this award; the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, and the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress; and received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role but lost both awards to Brie Larson for Room.
She garnered critical acclaim and wide recognition for her starring role as Artificial intelligence Ava in Alex Garland's directorial debut Ex Machina, for which she received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. In 2016, Forbes included Vikander in its 30 Under 30 list.
She had the leading role of pacifist Vera Brittain in Testament of Youth alongside Kit Harington and Emily Watson. Testament of Youth was well received upon its release, with critics particularly praising Vikander's performance. For her role as Brittain, Vikander was nominated for BIFA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film. She also played the role of half-human/half-witch Alice Deane in the fantasy film Seventh Son (2015), narrated the Swedish documentary Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words (2015), had the female leading role in the Guy Ritchie-directed action film The Man from U.N.C.L.E., based on the 1964 MGM television series of the same name; and appeared in the film Burnt (2015).
On 6 May 2016, it was announced that Vikander set up a production company called Vikarious along with her agent Charles Collier. The company's first film, Euphoria, a production with Sweden's B-Reel Films, began shooting in the German Alps in August 2016. The film is the English-language directorial debut of Swedish writer/director Lisa Langseth, and was Langseth and Vikander's third collaboration. Vikander starred opposite Eva Green and Charlotte Rampling as sisters in conflict travelling through Europe toward a mystery destination. Euphoria received its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September 2017.
In 2016, Vikander starred opposite Matt Damon in Jason Bourne, directed by Paul Greengrass. It was released on 29 July 2016 by Universal Pictures. Vikander then appeared in the adaptation of the novel The Light Between Oceans (2016), directed by Derek Cianfrance, with Michael Fassbender and Rachel Weisz. The film was released in the United States by Touchstone Pictures on 2 September 2016. Vikander portrayed Lara Croft in the action reboot film Tomb Raider, which was released on 16 March 2018. In 2019, Vikander starred in the short film I Am Easy to Find directed by Mike Mills, which was part of the eighth album of the same name by The National. That same year, Vikander starred in the psychological thriller Earthquake Bird opposite Riley Keough directed by Wash Westmoreland for Netflix.
In 2020, Vikander portrayed a young Gloria Steinem in the biographic drama The Glorias directed by Julie Taymor, which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020. Vikander next starred opposite Dev Patel in the medieval fantasy The Green Knight directed by David Lowery which was released by A24. She also starred in the thriller Beckett, opposite John David Washington directed by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and produced by Luca Guadagnino, Blue Bayou directed by Justin Chon, and she will star in Firebrand as Queen Catherine Parr, replacing Michelle Williams.
In late 2014, she began a relationship with actor Michael Fassbender; whom she met while filming The Light Between Oceans. They made their first public appearance as a couple at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards, where Vikander was nominated for her performances in Ex Machina and The Danish Girl, and Fassbender was nominated for Steve Jobs. They married on 14 October 2017 in a private ceremony in Ibiza, Spain. As of 2017[update], the couple reside in Lisbon, Portugal. They have a son, born in 2021.
I'd just made five films in a row, and [Tulip Fever] was the first one where I had a scene with another woman. ... There's a change happening, and I want to be part of that, [because] you see something like The Hunger Games or Insurgent proving that a female role can carry a successful blockbuster, and that means something.
On 10 November 2017, Vikander was one of 584 women who called for the Swedish film and theatre industries to address what they claimed was a culture of sexual misconduct. She added her signature to an open letter published in the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. The letter contained numerous accounts of sexual harassment, assault and rape suffered by women in the Swedish industry, all recounted anonymously. According to a translation of the letter published by English-language Swedish publication The Local, the signatories vowed that they would "no longer be silent". Following the letter's publication, Swedish press reported that culture minister Alice Bah Kuhnke called a meeting of the heads of Sweden's National Theatre Company, the Royal Dramatic Theatre, and the Royal Swedish Opera.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2006||Standing Outside Doors||Alicia||Short film|
|2007||The Rain||Dancer||Short film|
|Darkness of Truth||Sandra Svensson||Short film|
|2008||My Name is Love||Fredrika||Short film|
|2009||Susan's Longing||Girl in Apartment||Short film|
|2011||The Crown Jewels||Fragancia Fernandez|
|Jeu de chiennes||Alicia||Short film|
|2012||A Royal Affair||Caroline Matilda of Great Britain|
|Anna Karenina||Ekaterina "Kitty" Alexandrovna|
|2013||The Fifth Estate||Anke Domscheit-Berg|
|2014||Testament of Youth||Vera Brittain|
|Son of a Gun||Tasha|
|Seventh Son||Alice Deane|
|2015||Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words||Ingrid Bergman (voice)||Documentary film|
|The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||Gaby Teller|
|The Danish Girl||Gerda Wegener|
|The Magic Diner||Herself||Short film|
|2016||Jason Bourne||Heather Lee|
|The Light Between Oceans||Isabel Graysmark Sherbourne|
|2017||Birds Like Us||Huppu / Mi (voices)|
|Tulip Fever||Sophia Sandvoort|
|Euphoria||Ines Thompson||Also producer|
|Moomins and the Winter Wonderland||Little My / Sorry-oo (voices)|
|2018||The Magic Diner Part II||Herself||Short film|
|Tomb Raider||Lara Croft|
|Arden's Wake: Tide's Fall||Meena (voice)||Short film; also executive producer|
|Anthropocene: The Human Epoch||Narrator||Documentary film|
|2019||I Am Easy to Find||Woman||Short film|
|Earthquake Bird||Lucy Fly|
|2020||The Glorias||Gloria Steinem|
|2021||Corona Film Club||Herself||Documentary film|
|Blue Bayou||Kathy LeBlanc|
|The Green Knight||Essel / The Lady|
|The Green Knight Documentary||Herself||Documentary film|
|Denotes shows that have not yet been telecasted|
|2002||Min balsamerade mor||Ebba Du Rietz||Television film|
|2003||The Befallen||Drabbad Mörker||Episode: "Slutet"|
|2005||En decemberdröm||Tony||13 episodes|
|2007||Levande föda||Linda||3 episodes|
|2007–08||Andra Avenyn||Jossan Tegebrandt Björn||39 episodes|
|2018||Imagine||Narrator||Episode: "Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words"|
|2019||One Red Nose Day and a Wedding||Faith||Short television film|
|The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance||Mira (voice)||Episode: "End. Begin. All the Same."|
|2022||Irma Vep||Mira Harberg / Musidora||Also executive producer|
Other credited worksEdit
In 2020, Vikander recorded a narration of the audiobook chapter "Pippi Longstocking Moves Into Villa Villekulla", supporting the global charitable initiative "Pippi of Today", a collaboration between The Astrid Lindgren Company and Save the Children, to create awareness and raise money for girls on the move.
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But I'm a real Swede! In fact, I'm a quarter Finnish. Here I go, exploding stereotypes.
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My mom's parents sadly passed away when she was very young, so I never got the chance to meet them. But she had an aunt, a great aunt that kind of became my substitute grandparent, and she was 95 when she died a few years ago. She was Finnish and she escaped the war.
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