Peter Franzén Biography
Peter Franzén is a Finnish actor, author, screenwriter and director. He was born on 14 August 1971 in Keminmaa, North Finland. His childhood was difficult due to his violent and alcoholic stepfather. Later his relationship to his abusive stepfather was a major focal point in his semi-autobiographical novel, Above Dark Waters.
He has appeared in over 50 films and TV series as an actor. For his role in Dog Nail Clipper, he was awarded a Jussi Award for Best Actor, as well as earning praise from film critic Jay Weissberg from Variety magazine who referred to him as one of the most talented and versatile thesps in Finland. He directed the film Above Dark Waters in 2013, based on novel he had written in 2010. He has appeared in Finnish, German, English, Swedish, Estonian and Hungarian speaking roles. In 2015, he was cast as King Harald Finehair in the fourth season of Vikings.
Peter Franzén Net Worth
He has not revealed the exact figure of his total net worth yet, his net worth is under review.
Peter Franzén Wife| Child
He met actress Irina Björklund while studying in Theatre Academy of Finland, the two got married in 1996. They have a son Diego Aaron Vilhelm Franzén born 2007. In 1999 the couple moved to Los Angeles where they lived until 2013, after which they moved to France.
Peter Franzen Height|Pituus
He is 1.76 metres tall.
Peter Franzen Books|Kirjat
- A Collection Of Classic Writing
- Wake Up and Choose YOU
- The Altmark from 1300 to 1600
- Community Commentary on the Works Constitution Act (GK-BetrVG)
- The Sciences’ Media Connection –Public Communication and its Repercussions
- Eastern Europe between Euphoria, Disappointment and Reality
- The exemption of the employee from work
- Rabenmuttertag: Sluts you have to call sluts
- How Does Foster Care Work?
- The flagellomania and its present manifestations
Peter Franzen Tv shows
- 1996: Maigret
- 1999: The Wild Thornberrys
- 2001: VIP
- 2003: Breakouts – Fragments
- 2003: Madventures
- 2004 CSI :Miami
- 2006S: studio Impossible
- 2007-2012: Karelian praise
- 2009: True Blood
- 2016: Beck – Gunvald
- 2016: Vikings
Peter Franzen Elokuvat| Movies
- 1994; Death of a Cat
- 1996; The tie to the woman’s heart
- 1998; A Summer by the River
- 1998; Trains’n’Roses
- 1999; Ambush
- 1999; Crime and love
- 2000; badding
- 2000; Bad Luck Love
- 2001; The dragons over Helsinki
- 2001; Jewel of the Sahara
- 2001; Rollo and the Spirit of the Woods
- 2001; On the Road to Emmaus
- 2002; Names in Marble
- 2002; Lovers & Leavers
- 2003; At Point Blank
- 2003; Bad Boys
- 2004; Dog Nail Clipperactor
- 2004; Honey Baby
- 2004; The threat
- 2004; Popular Music
- 2004; Tonight tonight we do not sleep
- 2006; Babies cars
- 2006; Matti: Hell Is for Heroes
- 2006; Mystery of the Wolf
- 2007; The Matriarch Flag
- 2008; Cleaner
- 2008; Three Wise Men
- 2009; Hellsinki
- 2009; Ralliraita
- 2010; Priest of Evil
- 2010; Princess
- 2011; Body of Water
- 2012; Road North
- 2012; Passengers of the road
- 2012; Purge
- 2013; Open Up to Me
- 2013; Heart of a Lion
- 2013; Above Dark Waters
- 2015; The Gunman c
- 2015; Lapland Odyssey 2
- 2015; Homecoming
- 2015; Johan Falk 15: Blood Diamonds
- 2015; Johan Falk 17: The End
- 2016; The Mine
- 2017; Ashes in the Snow
Peter Franzen Vikings
Viking Ragnar Lothbrok is a young farmer and family man who is frustrated by the policies of Earl Haraldson, his local chieftain who sends his Viking raiders east to the Baltic states and Russia, whose residents are as poor as the Norsemen. Ragnar wants to head west, across the ocean, to discover new civilizations. With assistance from his friend Floki, Ragnar builds a faster, sleeker fleet of boats to help him make it to the Western world. Through the years Ragnar, who claims to be a direct descendant of the god Odin, continues to struggle with Earl until the two face each other in a final battle for supremacy. Following that, Ragnar goes on a search for new lands to conquer.
First episode date: 3 March 2013
Awards: Canadian Screen Award for Best International Drama, MORE
Genres: Drama, War film, Adventure Film, Miniseries, Action fiction, Historical Fiction, Costume drama
Peter Franzen Düsseldorf
The entrance area is being rebuilt and is now open, elegant and modern. The Entrée provides the perfect setting for the likewise new and luxuriously designed Joaillerie department. A lot has also happened on the management floor: Steffi and Peter Franzen are joining the family business as official shareholders. This is how Hermann Franzen, who manages the company together with his brother Claus, is handing over the handover to the fourth generation.
Peter Franzen Rööperi
In the mid-1960s, three small-time Finnish bootleggers (Samuli Edelmann, Peter Franzén, Kari Hietalahti) seize control of their Helsinki neighborhood’s black-market liquor business.
Initial release: 9 January 2009 (Finland)
Director: Aleksi Mäkelä
Music composed by: Kalle Chydenius
Budget: 1.7 million EUR
Cast: Peter Franzén, Samuli Edelmann, Jasper Pääkkönen
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6. 25 Romantic Ideas to Make Your Lover Melt!
7. Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do.
8. 10 Things that are Killing Your Kidneys.
Peter Franzen News
Ex-councillor’s fury at ‘heavy-handed’ raid and arrest
Updated: 02 February 2018
Police have raided the house of a former Wigan Council opposition leader amid claims of harassing the town hall’s chief executive. One-time Community Action Party chief Peter Franzen accused officers of using “intimidating” tactics more befitting terror suspects after they used a battering ram to smash open a security gate before arresting him.
The 69-year-old says he was quizzed at Wigan Police HQ over allegations that he rifled through the bins at Donna Hall’s house and slashed her vehicle tyres in a town centre car park. The Golborne pensioner says he “vigorously denies” all these “nonsensical” claims, although he admits posting comments about Ms Hall on a social media site with which she and the police have also taken issue as it often hosts material critical of the council. Mr Franzen said: “I am still quite shocked at the level of force that was used. “It was all very intimidating. I can only assume the whole thing was intended to frighten me. “I was quite shocked to be told they had received a complaint of harassment. I was then asked what I knew about a number of other things.
“The only thing I admit is posting comments on Facebook, three at the most, involving information which is in the public domain and is a matter of public interest. “The other allegations are completely nonsensical. I’ve never been near her house, I wouldn’t know how to get there and I don’t even have a car. “I know absolutely nothing about bins being rifled. Given that when I was a councillor we were all provided with shredders and told about the importance of using them I don’t know why anyone would go and look through her bins. “The last time I was anywhere near Wigan Council’s car park in the town centre was years ago when I was a councillor. I would also expect it to be bristling with CCTV cameras so my question over the tyre slashing would be: what does the footage reveal?
“I’ve never damaged anyone’s car in my life. The whole thing doesn’t seem to have much credibility to me.” Greater Manchester Police (GMP) confirmed a 69-year-old man had been arrested last Friday on suspicion of stalking. This followed a report of harrassment being received by the force on Monday November 13 last year. Police said the man has been released under investigation and enquiries are ongoing. The Observer contacted Wigan Council but the town hall would not comment, saying it was a police matter.