Alexander skarsgard is dating roda monroe
They're like, "Oh, I just want a nice man to have kids with and a nice little house with a white picket fence." If you're already young and feeling weird, and that's the only sort of thing you see portrayed on the big screen or on TV, then you'll feel even more alienated.
After seven years away from acting, he started to consider it again.The new couple took advantage of the warm New York weather and headed to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens in Prospect Park last week to enjoy the day. star's chest and curling her arms and legs around her new beau. The pair kept very close as they strolled through the gardens hand-in-hand and only stopped to take photos of each other along the way. Neither of the stars have openly discussed dating one another, although Chung did recently admit that she things she'd be a nightmare to date during an interview with (uh-oh! He trekked to the South Pole against Team UK (Prince Harry, Ambassador) and Team Canada/Australia (The Wire actor Dominic West, Ambassador).A few days into the trek, it was decided that the competition part of the race would be cancelled due to hazardous terrain and weather conditions, so the teams combined forces and continued.The remake's director, Rod Lurie, transferred the small town setting from Cornwall to Mississippi, and described Venner as "an ex-football star gone to seed".
The film co-starred James Marsden and Kate Bosworth Skarsgård was the Ambassador for the American team for a Walking With The Wounded fundraising event for wounded soldiers.
The role of Brad Colbert was the closest to a "lead" in Generation Kill, and director Susanna White and executive producer David Simon at first disagreed about casting Skarsgård.
White wanted to cast him but Simon was not convinced he could pull off the American accent.
Skarsgård was later cast as Eric Northman, a 1000-year-old, Viking vampire sheriff, local bar owner and potential love interest of heroine Sookie Stackhouse.
Skarsgård appeared in Straw Dogs, a remake of the 1971 film of the same name, as Charlie Venner.
His break came when he was cast as Sergeant Brad "Iceman" Colbert in the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries Generation Kill.