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Grace Jones, Dolph Lundgren

Dolph Lundgren [5]

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Born:November 3, 1957 (61)
Filmography Rating:6.36 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.15 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.21 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:44.73%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
A View to a Kill [1985](28) => Venz
Masters of the Universe [1987](30) => He-Man
The Expendables [2010](53) => Gunner Jensen
The Expendables 2 [2012](55) => Gunner Jensen
The Expendables 3 [2014](57) => Gunner

Trivia that mentions this person:
Masters of the Universe [1987]
  • Dolph Lundgren does all his own stunts in the movie.
  • Dolph Lundgren was the first to be cast in the film and Frank Langella was the last to be cast.
    Watchmen [2009]
  • Casting rumors over the years included Sigourney Weaver (Sally Jupiter); John Hurt, Robin Williams, [?] Doug Hutchison, Daniel Craig, Simon Pegg, [?] Glen Hansard (Rorschach); Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren (Dr. Manhattan); Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey, Ron Perlman, Thomas Jane (Comedian); Richard Gere, Kevin Costner, John Cusack, [?] Joaquin Phoenix (Nite Owl); Nathan Fillion (either Comedian or Nite Owl); Jamie Lee Curtis, [?] Hilary Swank, Jessica Biel, Hilary Duff (Silk Spectre); Tom Cruise, Jude Law (Ozymandias). In the finished film, Jackie Earle Haley is the only one of the seven primary cast members who was even in the film industry when the movie was first attempted.
    A View to a Kill [1985]
  • Although only appearing very briefly, this movie is Dolph Lundgren's first on-screen role, playing General Gogol's KGB bodyguard Venz. He landed the position because he was dating Grace Jones at the time of the filming, and was conveniently on set when director John Glen realized he quickly needed someone to fill in as a simple gun wielding body guard.
    The Expendables [2010]
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme was offered a role, but he turned it down claiming that there was no substance in the character. Rumor has it that Dolph Lundgren replaced him but actually the part of Scandinavian Gunnar Jensen was written by Sylvester Stallone with Lundgren in mind. Van Damme appears in The Expendables 2.
    The Expendables 2 [2012]
  • This is Jean-Claude Van Damme's fourth time working with both Dolph Lundgren and Scott Adkins.
  • The sequel was considered seven months before The Expendables was completed and released in theaters. The first movie's plot was revised during filming so that Dolph Lundgren's character, who was killed in the first draft, could be saved for the sequel.
  • The film reveals that Gunnar Jensen earned an advanced degree in chemical engineering, then abandoned his science career to work as bouncer in order to impress a girl. Dolph Lundgren earned a chemistry degree from Washington State University in 1976, a chemical engineering degree from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm in the early 1980s, and a Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Sydney in 1982. Lundgren walked away from a science career to work as bodyguard for his then-girlfriend Grace Jones. While stuck in the mine, Gunnar refers to himself as a "Fulbright Scholar," which Lundgren achieved in real life.
    The Expendables 3 [2014]
  • This movie has two actors from the James Bond franchise: Dolph Lundgren had a bit part as a bodyguard in A View to a Kill, and Robert Davi as the main antagonist in Licence To Kill.
    Deadpool 2 [2018]
  • Dolph Lundgren, Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell, Bruce Willis, Alec Baldwin, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stephen Lang, Ron Perlman, Pierce Brosnan and David Harbour were all considered for the role of Cable.