Starring in major films two weeks in a row, Peter Stormare is no stranger to the screen. He looks familiar, right? He's been acting on film, TV and cable in everything from blockbusters to indies for over 30 years. The Swedish-born actor started his career in his early 20s with the legendary Ingmar Bergman and after a stage career in Los Angeles and New York, found his way to the big screen. While working off-Broadway Stormare met Frances McDormand (who's married to Joel Coen) which led to his role in Fargo, as the psycho partnered with Steve Buscemi.
Before teaming up with the Coen Brothers again for The Big Lebowski, Stormare played a hunter in the third installment in the Jurassic Park trilogy, The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Stormare has continued to work steadily and often brings charm and a devilishness to his characters.