Mads Mikkelsen’s insights on being typecast as a villain

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Mads Mikkelsen is a Danish actor who is often cast as a villain in American films. He believes that his Danish accent is the reason for this typecasting. According to Mikkelsen, Americans tend to like and copy what they see, and for some reason, they have fallen in love with the Danish accent. Despite being typecast, Mikkelsen has been fortunate to play different villains in various universes, such as Marvel and James Bond.

One of Mikkelsen’s recent villainous roles is J├╝rgen Voller in “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Doom.” However, his acting resume is much broader, including appearances in major productions like “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” “Dr. Strange,” “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” and the TV series “Hannibal.” He has also made the leap to video games with his role in “Death Stranding,” a game created by Hideo Kojima.

Fans of Mikkelsen can catch him as the villain in “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” which will premiere on Disney+ on December 15. This legendary saga has sparked curiosity about the possibility of more installments in the future and whether the franchise could continue without its iconic star, Harrison Ford.

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