Max Von Height, Age, Boyfriend, Biography, Wiki, Net Worth

American veteran entertainer and Game of Thrones Three Eyed Raven, Max Von Sydow is no more! He was born on tenth April 1929 in Lund, Sweden and was viewed as a magnetic on-screen character with a convincing nearness. His dad Carl Wilhelm von Sydow was an educator of ethnology and Scandinavian and Irish society music at the University of Lund. Though his mom, Maria von Sydow was a teacher. Von went to the house of God school in Lund, where he was a prime supporter of a performance center gathering and picked up his first acting experience. During his school years, he learned English and German at nine years old years.

Charismatic career

Sydows prepared at the Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm and moved to Malmö in 1955. All through his vocation, he showed up in excess of 100 movies also TV creations despite the fact that he increased broad distinction in the motion pictures of Ingmar Bergman. The two of them cooperated and mode around 13 films and his advancement was “the seventh seal” from 1957. In the movies Shame , The Hour of the Wolf and Passion , he played under Bergman’s heading close by Liv Ullmann. He had a wide scope of jobs: he played both in the aesthetically requesting films by Ingmar Bergman.

From 1960s he even acted in Hollywood motion pictures which incorporates James Bond “Never Say Never”. His eminent works incorporate Hollywood motion pictures The Three Days of Condor, Flash Gordon, Conan the Barbarian, The Desert Planet, In a Small Town and Minority Report. His most regarded work was the depiction of cleric in “The Exorcist” and fundamental reprobate “Blofeld” in the James Bond film “Never Say Never”. Most as of late, he had a job of “Three Eyes Raven” in the sixth period of the one the world best shows ever “Round of Thrones”. For this exhibition, he got assignment for the “Primetime Emmy Award”.

Cause of Death:

His significant other Catherine von Sydow affirmed his passing with extraordinary distress and incredible torment to the media. He passed on at 90 years old anyway accurate reason for death is yet not unveiled or detailed by driving media. Max had hitched twice and is made due by four children and his significant other Catherine Sydow.

Max Von Sydow Biography

Real Name Carl Adolf von Sydow
Birth Date April 10, 1929
Age 90 Years
Death March 8, 2020
Birth Place Lund, Sweden
Nationality Swedish-French
Profession Actor
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aries

Max Von Sydow Height, Weight and Body Measurement

Height in feet inches – 6’ 3” – in centimeters – 193 cm  Approx
Weight in Kilograms – 85 kg  –  in Pounds –  187 lbs Approx
Waist Size 32 Inches
Chest Size 42 Inches
Shoe Size 9 (US)
Hair Color Sandy Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Slim
Sexual Orientation Straight


School Lund Cathedral School, Dramatens elevskola
College Not Known


Father Carl Wilhelm von Sydow
Mother Baroness Maria Margareta Rappe
Sister Not Known
Brother Axel Ulrik Bertil von Sydow

Max Von Sydow Affairs (Relationship Status)

What was Max Von Sydow marital status? (single, engaged, married, in relation or divorce) Married
How many children did Max Von Sydow have? Four (Cédric Brelet von Sydow, Henrik von Sydow, Yvan von Sydow, Clas S. von Sydow)
Who was Max Von Sydow wife? Catherine Brelet, Christina Olin (Ex-wife)

Max Von Sydow Movies

  • Only a Mother (1949) as in Nils
  • Miss Julie (1951) as in Hand
  • Ingen mans kvinna [sv] (1953) as in Olaf
  • Rätten att älska [sv] (1956) as in Bergman
  • The Seventh Seal (1957) as in Antonius Block
  • Wild Strawberries (1957) as in Henrik Åkerman
  • Prästen i Uddarbo [sv] (1957) as in Gustaf Ömark
  • Brink of Life (1958) as in Harry Andersson
  • Rabies (1958) as in Bo Stensson Svenningson
  • The Magician (1958) as in Albert Emanuel Vogler
  • Kvinnlig spion 503 (1958) as in Tysk topagent Horst
  • The Virgin Spring (1960) as in Töre
  • The Wedding Day [sv] (1960) as in Anders Frost
  • Through a Glass Darkly (1961) as in Martin
  • Adventures of Nils Holgersson (1962) as in The Father
  • The Mistress (1962) as in Married Man
  • Winter Light (1963) as in Jonas Persson
  • 4×4 (1965) as in Kvist
  • The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) as in Jesus Christ
  • The Reward (1965) as in Scott Swenson
  • Hawaii (1966) as in Reverend Abner Hale
  • The Quiller Memorandum (1966) as in Oktober
  • Here’s Your Life (1966) as in Smålands-Pelle
  • Hour of the Wolf (1968) as in Johan Borg
  • Black Palm Trees [sv] (1968) as in Gustav Olofsson
  • Shame (1968) as in Jan Rosenberg
  • Made in Sweden (1969) as in Magnus Rud
  • The Passion of Anna (1969) as in Andreas Winkelman
  • The Kremlin Letter (1970) as in Colonel Kosnov
  • The Night Visitor (1971) as in Salem
  • The Emigrants (1971) as in Karl Oskar
  • The Touch (1971) as in Andreas Vergerus
  • The Apple War (1971) as in Roy Lindberg
  • Embassy (1972) as in Gorenko
  • The New Land (1972) as in Karl Oskar
  • The Exorcist (1973) as in Father Lankester Merrin
  • Steppenwolf (1974) as in Harry Haller
  • Egg! Egg! A Hardboiled Story (1975) as in The Father
  • Le miroir éclate (1975) as in Matthew Lawrence
  • Three Days of the Condor (1975) as in G. Joubert
  • The Ultimate Warrior (1975) as in The Baron
  • Dog’s Heart (1976) as in Professor Filipp Filippovich Preobrazenski
  • Illustrious Corpses (1976) as in Supreme Court’s President
  • Foxtrot (1976) as in Larsen
  • The Desert of the Tartars (1976) as in Hortiz
  • Voyage of the Damned (1976) as in Captain Schroeder
  • Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977) as in Father Lankester Merrin
  • March or Die (1977) as in François Marneau
  • Black Journal (1977) as in Lisa Carpi
  • Brass Target (1978) as in Shelley
  • Hurricane (1979) as in Dr Danielsson
  • Bugie bianche (1979) as in Marcello Herrighe
  • Death Watch (1980) as in Gerald Mortenhoe
  • Flash Gordon (1980) as in Ming the Merciless
  • Escape to Victory (1981) as in Major Karl von Steiner
  • Conan the Barbarian (1982) as in King Osric
  • Flight of the Eagle (1982) as in Salomon August Andrée
  • Hit Man [fr] (1982) as in Colonel O’Donnell
  • Le Cercle des passions [fr] (1983) as in Carlo di Vilalfratti
  • Strange Brew (1983) as in Brewmeister Smith
  • Never Say Never Again (1983) as in Ernst Stavro Blofeld
  • Dreamscape (1984) as in Doctor Paul Novotny
  • Dune (1984) as in Doctor Kynes
  • Code Name: Emerald (1985) as in Jurgen Brausch
  • The Repenter (1985) as in Spinola
  • Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) as in Frederick
  • The Second Victory (1986) as in Dr Huber
  • The Wolf at the Door (1986) as in August Strindberg
  • Duet for One (1986) as in Dr Louis Feldman
  • Pelle the Conqueror (1987) as in Lassefar Karlsson
  • Katinka (1988)
  • Ghostbusters II (1989) as in Vigo (voice)
  • The Bachelor (1990) as in Von Schleheim
  • A Violent Life (1990) as in Pope Clement VII
  • Father (1990) as in Joe Mueller
  • Awakenings (1990) as in Dr Peter Ingham
  • A Kiss Before Dying (1991) as in Thor Carlsson
  • Europa (1991) as in Narrator (voice)
  • Until the End of the World (1991) as in Henry Farber
  • The Ox (1991) as in Vicar
  • The Best Intentions (1991) as in Johan Åkerblom
  • The Silent Touch [pl] (1992) as in Henry Kesdi
  • Grandpa’s Journey (1993) as in Simon S.L. Fromm
  • Needful Things (1993) as in Leland Gaunt
  • Time is Money (1994) as in Joe Kaufman
  • Judge Dredd (1995) as in Judge Fargo
  • Hamsun (1996) as in Knut Hamsun
  • Jerusalem (1996) as in Vicar
  • Hercules (1997) as in Zeus
  • What Dreams May Come (1998) as in The Tracker
  • Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) as in Nels Gudmundsson
  • Sleepless (2001) as in Ulisse Moretti
  • Druids (2001) as in Guttuart
  • Intacto (2001) as in Samuel
  • Minority Report (2002) as in Director Lamar Burgess
  • Les amants de Mogador (2002)
  • Heidi (2005) as in Uncle Alp
  • The Inquiry (2006) as in Tiberius
  • Rush Hour 3 (2007) as in Varden Reynard
  • Emotional Arithmetic (2007) as in Jakob Bronski
  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) as in Papinou
  • Solomon Kane (2009) as in Josiah Kane
  • A Man and His Dog (2009) as in The Commander
  • Shutter Island (2010) as in Dr Jeremiah Naehring
  • Robin Hood (2010) as in Sir Walter Loxley
  • Moomins and the Comet Chase (2010) as in Narrator (voice)
  • The Wolfman (2010) as in Passenger on train (uncredited)
  • Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011) as in The Renter
  • Truth & Treason (2012) as in Frank Fikeis
  • Branded (2012) as in Joseph Pascal
  • Dragons 3D (2013) as in Dr Alistair Conis
  • The Letters (2015) as in Father Celeste van Exem
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) as in Lor San Tekka
  • The First, the Last (2016) as in The Undertaker
  • Kursk (2018) as in Vladimir Petrenko

Max Von Sydow Television Series

  • Herr Sleeman kommer (1957) as in The Hunter
  • The Diary of Anne Frank (1967) as in Otto Frank
  • Kvartetten som sprängdes (1973) as in Engineer Planertz
  • Samson and Delilah (1984) as in Sidka
  • The Soldier’s Tale (1984) as in The Devil (voice)
  • Le Dernier Civil (1984) as in Johann Kaspar Bäuerle
  • Kojak: The Belarus File (1985) as in Peter Barak
  • The Last Place on Earth (1985) as in Fridtjof Nansen
  • Quo Vadis? (1985) as in The Apostle Peter
  • Christopher Columbus (1985) as in King John of Portugal
  • Gösta Berlings saga [sv] (1986) as in Melchior Sinclaire
  • Red King, White Knight (1989) as in Szaz
  • Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes (1990) as in Father Siemes
  • Och ge oss skuggorna (1993) as in Eugene O’Neill
  • The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1993) as in Sigmund Freud
  • A che punto è la notte [it] (1994) as in Archbishop of Turin
  • Radetzkymarsch [de] (1994) as in Baron Franz von Trotta und Sipolje
  • Uncle Vanya (1994) as in Professor Serebryakov
  • Citizen X (1995) as in Dr Alexandr Bukhanovsky
  • Samson and Delilah (1996) as in Narrator (voice)
  • Private Confessions (1996) as in Jacob
  • Hostile Waters (1997) as in Admiral Chernavin
  • La principessa e il povero [it] (1997) as in Epos
  • Solomon [it] (1997) as in David
  • Nuremberg (2000) as in Samuel Rosenman
  • Hidden Children – Escape of the Innocents [nl] (2004) as in Valobra
  • Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King (2004) as in Eyvind
  • The Tudors (2009) as in Cardinal von Walburg
  • The Simpsons (2014) as in Claus Sigler (voice)
  • Game of Thrones (2016) as in Three-eyed Raven

Max Von Sydow Net Worth: 

He was considered as probably the best on-screen character of his age and went through around 6 decades in acting vocation. During this range of time, he worked in excess of 100 creations he attributed allure and a bygone capacity to film pundits. His total assets is assessed at around $12 million.

Trivia: Important Facts about Max Von Sydow

He was brought up in Lund, Sweden and lived in Paris before his passing.

Sydow learned English and German during his school considers.

Rapidly in the wake of moving to Malmo, he started acting at civil theater where he met his guide and companion, Ingmar Bergman.

He had a major effect when he initially worked with Bergman in The Seventh Seal as Crusader Antonius Block during a chess game against death.

His unmistakable voice was additionally known through various promoting films, most as of late likewise through PC games.

All through his vocation, he was known as one of the Sweden’s generally proficient and flexible entertainers.

He was one of those on-screen characters who got Oscar assignment regardless of working in unknown dialect for his splendid presentation.

In 2002, he got French citizenship, and for this he needed to handover his Swedish identification.

Max should assume the job of William Fawcett Robinson in Somewhere in Time yet it was given to Christopher Plummer.

For his depiction in “Pelle, the Conqueror” (1987), which he portrayed as one of his preferred movies, he was named for an Oscar for Best Actor.