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USA 1984
in episode: "Red Tape"
Viggo's character: Eddie Trumbull


USA 1984
Viggo’s character: Lt. At LeBoeuf

Barry Bostwick.... Gen. George Washington
Jaclyn Smith.... Sally Fairfax
Lloyd Bridges.... Caleb Quinn

The mini Series is divided into 3 episodes. In general, part 1 covers Washington's life in the French and Indian War, part 2 shows the coming and commencement of the Revolutionary War, and part 3 is about the victory and the Independence from England


USA 1985

Director: Peter Weir
Screenplay by: Earl W. Wallace, William Kelley
Director of Photography: John Seale

Viggo ’s character: Moses Hochleitner

Harrison Ford .... John Book
Kelly McGillis.... Rachel Lapp
Josef Sommer .... Paul Schaefer

Young Amish boy is sole witness to a murder; policeman John Book goes into hiding in Amish country to protect him until the trial.



USA 1987
B Movies / Manipulator Comp.
MPAA Rating: R
Director: James B. Harrison
Screenplay by: Beth B.,Tom Robinson
Director of Photography: Francis Kenny

Viggo’s character: Jerome Stample

Stephen McHattie.... Revered Randall
Exene Cervenka.... Rhonda Stample
Billy Bastiani.... Stanley

A troubled young woman hooks up with a money-crazed televangelist and becomes a rich, heavy-metal Christian rock star. TV evangelists are seen in a way they've never been seen by their public. It's sex, power and money all in the name of God. AKA: "Salvation! Have You Said Your Prayers Today?"


USA 1988


Director: Renny Harlin
Screenplay by: C. Courtney Joyner
Director of Photography: Mac Ahlberg

Viggo’s character: Burke

Chelsea Field.... Katherine
Lane Smith.... Sharpe
Lincoln Kilpatrick.... Cresus

The spirit of a long-dead prisoner returns for revenge, haunting the prison's new governor.


USA 1988
Weintraub Entertainment Group / Columbia

Director: David Anspaugh
Screenplay by: Larry Ketron
Based on his stageplay of the same title
Director of Photography: Fred Murphy

Viggo’s character: Green

Molly Ringwald.... Jewel
Andrew McCarthy.... Matt Larkin
Patti D'Arbanville.... Jean

A Cincinnati college student breaks off his engagement to his wealthy fiancée after he falls in love with a backwoods Kentucky girl he meets at a party. She claims to be 20 years old, but he learns that she's actually just 16 and already married.


Director: Bruce Weber



USA 1990
Director: Jeff Burr

Viggo’s character: Tex

Jennifer Banko.... Little girl
Ron Brooks.... T.V. Newsman
William Butler.... Ryan

A brother and sister set out from california to florida in there fathers car to deliver it for him. Meanwhile, the police have found bodies buried in the ground covered in toxic waste, from the Original Family from TCM 1 and 2. The brother and sister stop at a gas station and are threatened by a crazy man with a shotgun. They take a road they were told of at the gas station but are hunted by leatherface and his family. There only hope is a Survivalist with alot of firepower.



USA 1989
Morgan Creek
Director: Geoff Murphy
Screenplay by: John Fusco
Director of Photography: Dean Semler

Viggo’s character: John W. Poe

Emilio Estevez.... William H.
'Billy the Kid' Bonney Kiefer Sutherland.... Josiah Gordon
' Doc' Scurlock Christian Slater.... Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh

Billy "The Kid" and his gang is wanted by the law, and when "Doc" Scurlock and Chavez are captured, Billy has to save them. They escape and set south for Mexico. "Let's hire a thief to catch one", John S. Chisum said, so he paid Pat Barrett, one of Billy's former partners, $1000 for the killing of William H. Bonney aka Billy "The Kid".


USA / Canada 1990
Fugitive Features / Zenith / British Screen / Canadian Film Commision

Director and Screenwriter: Philip Ridley
Director of Photography: Dick Pope

Viggo’s character: Cameron Dove

Lindsay Duncan.... Dolphin Blue
Jeremy Cooper.... Seth Dove
Sheila Moore.... Ruth Dove

A young boy tries to cope with rural life circa 1950s and his fantasies become a way to interpret events. After his father tells him stories of vampires, he becomes convinced that the widow up the road is a vampire, and tries to find ways of discouraging his brother from seeing her. He must deal with an abusive mother, a father with a charge of molestation, a band of youths creating havoc, and an unforgiving environment in general.


USA 1989
Cinetel Films

Director: James Lemmo
Screenplay by: William Lustig
Director of Photography: Igor Sunara

Viggo’s character: Hans

Terence Knox.... Jack DeForest
David Warner.... Josef Szabo
Isabella Hofmann.... Annie

A terrorist (Warner) and an FBI agent (Knox) fight out a personal feud with one another.


USA TV-movie 1990


USA 1991
Westmount Communications

Director and Screenwriter: Sean Penn
Based on a Song of Bruce Springsteen
Director of Photography: Anthony B. Richmond

Viggo’s character: Frank Roberts

David Morse .... Joe Roberts
Valeria Golino .... Maria
Patricia Arquette .... Dorothy

An intensely sad film about two brothers who cannot overcome their opposite perceptions of life. One brother see's and feels bad in everyone and everything, subsequently he is violent, antisocial and unable to appreciate or enjoy the good things which his brother desperately tries to point out to him. Frank understands the atrocities of life as a big picture, Joe does not, Joe is content to enjoy smaller pleasures -children, family, routine. Joe mistakenly believes he can straighten his little brother out and convince him that life is good. Frank is a cursed man. He is cut between his love for his brother and his repulsion at self-indulgent contentment. The result is a painful story of heartbreak, heartache, dissapointment, despair, and the tragic side of love.

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Andy Rivera .... Tim
Eb Davis .... J.C.

The film is a biblical soap-opera whose action unfolds in the Californian desert. Karen and Wes's marriage is crumbling apart - like a sandcastle. Karen can't even make love to her husband any more - the sand has managed to get everywhere. Harry, a tax collector, is a witness to this marriage falling apart. As a civil servant he hears Wes confession. However he isn't able to help him. The omnipotent eye of television glitters above the desert - that raw allegory of America where neither the white nor the black have it good.


USA 1993

Director: Graeme Clifford
Screenplay by: Robert Dillon, Michael Thomas
Director of Photography: László Kovács

Viggo’s character: John E. 'Johnny' Faro

Andie MacDowell .... Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro aka Ruby Cairo
Liam Neeson .... Dr. Fergus Lamb, Feed the World
Jack Thompson .... Ed, Feed the World Foundation Manager

When Bessie Faro's husband Johnny dies in a plane crash in Veracruz, Mexico, she finds that his air cargo business is deeply in the red. When she visits the airline's terminal in Veracruz, she discovers her husband was pumping large amounts of money into bank accounts all over the world. As she begins systematically recovering her husband's money, she discovers that someone else has beat her to some of the accounts. Aided by Fergus Lamb, a chance acquaintance, she goes to Cairo to find some answers. But she is being followed.

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USA 1993

Director and Screenwriter: James B. Harris
Director of Photography: King Baggot

Viggo’s character: Ronnie

Wesley Snipes .... Jimmy Mercer
Dennis Hopper .... Red Diamond
Lolita Davidovich .... Vikki Dunbar

Red is an aging scam-artist who's just been released from prison together with Ronnie, a young and not-so-bright hoodlum who is easily manipulated. Their new business is to organize fake-money sales and then kill the buyer to take his money; but when Ronnie kills an undercover secret service agent, his partner Jimmy Mercer vows revenge and is given one week to catch the killers before being transferred.

England 1993
Working Title & Trijbits Worrel Associates

Director: Danny Cannon
Screenplay by: Danny Cannon and David Hilton
Director of Photography: Vernon Layton

Viggo’s character: Carl Frazer

Harvey Keitel.... John Harris
Iain Glen.... Edward Foster
John Wood.... Richard Donnelly

The London police is having trouble with organized crime commited by juvenile delinquents. Their leader is an American who is an expert at turning young men into ruthless gangsters. American cop John Harris is asked to help the London police to break up the organization.




Director: Brian De Palma
MPAA Rating:R
Viggo’s character: Lalin

Al Pacino.... Carlito Brigante
Sean Penn.... David Kleinfeld
Penelope Ann Miller.... Gail

In Brian De Palma's Carlito's Way, the protagonist is a famous Spanish Harlem drug dealer whose lawyer gets him released from prison on a technicality. After serving only five years of a 30-year sentence, Carlito really wants to go straight. He no longer has the stomach for all the stress and the killing. Old associates try to stifle their laughter and disbelief when he tells them of his dream to establish a car rental business in the Bahamas. All he needs for this ticket to paradise is $75,000.

Carlito takes over the operation of a mobster hangout in East Harlem and begins saving his money. He reconnects with his old flame, a one-time chorus girl who now dances in a topless go-go club. Despite his intention to turn his life around, trouble dogs Carlito. A relative nearly gets him killed in a drug shootout and Kleinfeld, his Ivy League lawyer who's addicted to cocaine, draws him into a scheme that puts him in a vise between the law and the mob.

In his first performance since his Academy Award-winning role in Scent of a Woman, Al Pacino is convincing as a world-weary middle-ager who wants to lay his burdens down. As he tells his girlfriend, "I'm a sprinter who's lost his wind." Also impressive is Sean Penn as Carlito's amoral lawyer. The screenplay by David Koepp is based on two books by New York judge Edwin Torres. It reveals how Carlito's code of honor has little meaning on the mean streets where there are no rules at all except kill or be killed. The treatment of this sober subject raises Carlito's Way a cut above other recent gangster flicks.



Director: Lech Majewski

Eb Davis .... J.C.
Andy Rivera .... Tim

Director: Peter McCarthy
Viggo's character: Homeless Man

James LeGros.... John
Shaka.... Shaman
John Cusack.... JC

In this scathing and subversive social comedy, life in post riot Los Angeles is dissected under the sardonic eye of John Boyz, an unemployed thirty nothing flounderer on Venice Beach who is trying to figure out what to do with his life. John can't be bothered with apathy, but no matter how much he wants to help people, he is too immobilized to do anything useful. Haunted by chronic insomnia and impending sense of doom, all he can do is watch, and John is an avid observer. Through his voyeuristic binoculars, he struggles to make sense of all the alienation and disaffection he sees in his neighborhood. In his journal he meticulously chronicles the mundane down to steadfast march of ants across his kitchen counter. John is desperately trying to keep one meaningless day from blending into next. He compulsively watches homemade videos of LA riots looking for a clue. But everywhere around him the city's social fabric is coming apart at the seams, and now it is John Boys's own threadbare life that's about to unravel.


USA 1993
Director: Carl Colpaert
Viggo’s character: Phillip

Donal Logue.... Bill Pierce
Jeremy Sisto.... Timothy Grant
Pamela Gidley.... Jennifer Pierce

Reluctantly Bill agrees to spend a weekend on his brother-in-law's boat in the Bahamas. But he and his wife are not the only invited passengers, and instead of a few relaxing days at sea Bill experiences something that shakes his whole existence.

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USA 1994

Director: Frank A. Capello
Screenplay by: Max Strom, John Allen Nelson
Director of Photography: Richard Clabaugh

Viggo’s character: Nick Davis

Ryo Ishibashi.... Sawamoto
Michael Nouri.... Dino Campanela
Franklyn Ajaye.... Sam

An American FBI agent is lured away by the Japanese Mafia--the Yakuza--in this action film.

Director: Gregory Widen
Viggo character: Lucifer

Christopher Walken.... Gabriel
Elias Koteas.... Thomas Daggett
Virginia Madsen.... Catherine

Martin (Elias Koteas) plays a priest who lost his faith and became a cop instead. The archangel Gabriel (Christopher Walken) has started a war in heaven, because he dislike that God cares so much for the humans. As long as there is a war in Heaven, no souls can leave the dead bodies. Gabriel searches the earth for souls he can use in his army and Simon (Erich Stoltz) is trying to stop him. Martin figures out what's going on and join forces with Simon.

USA 1995
Hollywood Pictures

Director: Tony Scott
Screenplay by: Michael Schiffer
Director of Photography: Dariusz Wolski

Viggo’s character: Lt Peter “Weps” Ince

Denzel Washington.... Lt. Cmdr. Ron Hunter, XO, USS Alabama
Gene Hackman.... Capt. Frank Ramsey
Matt Craven.... Lt. Roy Zimmer, Communications Officer, USS Alabama

In the near future, Russian rebels have taken over one of the ICBM bases in the USSR. Alarmed by the prospect of a rebel strike, the U.S. sends the U.S.S. Alabama, a nuclear ballistic submarine, to watch over the base and retaliate in case they launch. While on patrol, the submarine is attacked and the radio systems are knocked out. An emergency message received during the battle is only partially recovered. Captain Ramsey believes it to be the order to launch on the rebels, while XO Hunter wants to wait for a confirmation message. The conflict escalates into mutiny as Ramsey and Hunter fight for control of the Alabama's nuclear missiles.



USA 1995
Viggo’s character: Worthless junkie

Penny Hamilton.... Louanne
Mark Nassar.... Ed
Leslie Jordan.... Ernie

A hopelessly depressed woman's life turns around when she purchases a magic Black Velvet Pantsuit

England / Germany 1995
Fugitive Features / Die Hauskunst / Keytsman

Director and Screenwriter: Philip Ridley
Director of Photography: John de Borman

Viggo’s character: Clay

Brendan Fraser.... Darkly Noon
Ashley Judd.... Callie
Loren Dean.... Jude

After the death of his strictly religious parents, forlorn young Darkly gets lost in the woods. A truck driver, Jude, rescues the exhausted man, who has only a bible for comfort. He brings him to the house of Callie and Clay, two lovers who live in the forest. While Clay is away in the forest, beautiful Callie nurses Darkly back to health, and he develops an obsession with her that is totally contrary to his upbringing - a sexual obsession. When Clay returns home and Darkly sees the two lovers kiss, it is too much for him. Every night he hears them making love. Darkly's descent into madness has begun... An extremely dramatical and exciting ending!

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Spain 1995
Director: José Luis Acosta

Viggo’s character: Hombre

Ángela Molina.... Julia
Abel Folk.... Antonio
Pep Cruz.... Núñez

Julia runs a trendy bar in Barcelona. She treats men with caution, believing one can love too much and invite pain. She's been dating Pablo, one of her waiters. After his grisly murder (his heart is cut out), she receives anonymous messages and video tapes from a man who says he is in love with her. Another murder follows, the police give her 24-hour protection, and Pablo's replacement at the bar, the virile Antonio, seems to be attracted to her. As Julia's stalker closes in, she's on the verge of a nervous breakdown, then becomes almost serene. Leading the investigation is a police comisario who's eyes are covered as he awaits the completion of treatment. Will we see the murderer?


USA 1996
UGC / Miramax Films

Director: Kevin Spacey
Screenplay by: Christian Forte
Director of Photography: Mark Plummer

Viggo’s character: Guy Fockard

Matt Dillon.... Dova
Faye Dunaway.... Janet Boudreaux
Gary Sinise.... Milo

Three petty thieves are chased by the police who believe that the three are really major criminals into a basement bar and take five hostages including all of the bar's employees. The rest of the movie deals with the cops lurking outside of the bar and the trio trying to get hold of the situation inside.

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USA 1996
Propaganda Films

Director: Jane Campion
Screenwriter: Laura Jones
Based upon the novel “The Portrait of a Lady” by Henry James
Director of Photography: Stuart Dryburgh

Viggo’s character: Casper Goodwood

Nicole Kidman.... Isabel Archer
John Malkovich.... Gilbert Osmond
Barbara Hershey.... Madame Serena Merle

Isabel Archer, an American heiress and free thinker travels to Europe to find herself. She tactfully rebuffs the advances of Caspar Goodwood, another American who has followed her to England. Her cousin, Ralph Touchett, wise but sickly becomes a soulmate of sorts for her. She makes an unfortunate alliance with the creepy Madame Merle who leads her to make an even more unfortunate alliance with Gilbert Osmond, a smooth but cold collector of Objets' de art who seduces her with an intense but unattainable sexuality. Isabel marries Osmond only to realize she's just another piece of art for his collection and that Madame Merle and Osmond are lovers who had hatched a diabolical scheme to take Isabel's fortune. Isabel's only comfort is the innocent daughter of Osmond, Pansy, but even that friendship is spoiled when Merle reveals the child's true parentage. Isabel finally breaks free of Osmond and returns to Ralph's bedside, where, while breathing his last, they both realize how truly connected they are, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

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USA 1996

Director: Rob Cohen
Screenplay by: Leslie Bohem
Director of Photography: David Eggby

Viggo’s character: Roy Nord

Sylvester Stallone.... Kit Latura
Amy Brenneman.... Madelyne Thompson
Dan Hedaya.... Frank Kraft

When a bunch of runaway robbers in a getaway car hit the tunnel connecting Manhatten and New Jersey. Trouble strikes when they hit a truck full of explosions. After the impact, the tunnel is left weakened and blocked off by both exits, but leaving some survivors. When Kit Latura was about to drive into the tunnel he sees the impact and knows he gotta take action. He is given the job, and is sent into the tunnel, but time is running out. Can he get the survivors out before the tunnel fills up?



USA 1996
20th Century Fox

Director and Screenwriter: Charles Robert Carner
Director of Photography: Daryn Okada

Viggo’s character: Jimmy Kowalsky

Christine Elise.... Raphinia Kowalski
Steve Railsback.... Sergeant Preston
Peter Murnik.... Gilmore

When his wife goes into a troubled labor while he is on the road over 1200 miles away James Kowalski, an ex race car driver and a former Army Ranger, attempts to elude police while trying to get home. After numerous chases he turns into a Native American reservation and reflects on his life, and his wife. He then heads off to break through an impenetrable police and FBI roadblock.

USA 1997
Moving Pictures / Hollywood Pictures / Caravan Pictures

Director: Ridley Scott
Screenplay by: David Twohy, Danielle Alexandra
Director of Photography: Hugh Johnson

Viggo’s character: Master chief John James “Jack” Urgayle

Demi Moore.... Lt. Jordan 'L.T.' O'Neil
Anne Bancroft.... Sen. Lillian DeHaven
Jason Beghe.... Royce

When a crusading chairperson of the military budget committee pressures the would be Navy secretary to begin full gender integration of the service, he offers the chance for a test case for a female trainee in the elite Navy SEALS commando force. Lt. Jordan O'Niel is given the assignment, but no one expects her to succeed in an inhumanly punishing regime that has a standard 60% dropout rate for men. However, O'Niel is determined to prove everyone wrong.

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MY BROTHER’ GUN - La Pistola de mi Hermano
SPAIN 1997
Enrique Cerezo Productions

Director and Screenwriter: Ray Loriga
Based on the novel “Caídos del cielo”
Director of Photography: José Luis Alcaine (A.C.E.)

Viggo’s character: Juanito

Daniel González.... Boy
Nico Bidasolo.... Girl
Andrés Gertrudix.... Brother

“A normal boy who has murdered two persons; a girl who only wants to stay away from home; a brother who doesn´t understand; a mother who doesn´t know; a policeman who doesn´t care. A car, a motel and a gun. The story of a young man reached the end because he didn ´t like the beginning.”

“Viggo Mortensen is Juanito. Alicia´s husband, the best in the slaughterhouse. ” (Source: Pressbook)


USA 1998
Warner Bros. / Kopelson Entertainment Production

Director: Andrew Davis
Screenplay by: Patrick Smith Kelly
Based on the stageplay “Dial M For Murder” by Frederick K
Director of Photography: Dariusz Wolski

Viggo’s character: David Shaw

Michael Douglas.... Steven Taylor
Gwyneth Paltrow.... Emily Bradford Taylor
David Suchet.... Mohamed Karaman

Millionaire industrialist Steven Taylor is a man who has everything but what he craves most: the love and fidelity of his wife. A hugely successful player in the New York financial world, he considers her to be his most treasured acquisition. But she needs more than simply the role of dazzling accessory. Brilliant in her own right, she works at the U.N. and is involved with a struggling artist who fulfills her emotional needs. When her husband discovers her indiscretion, he sets out to commit the perfect murder and inherit her considerable trust fund in the bargain.

“David Shaw´s Artwork was created by Viggo Mortensen & Workspace Courtesy of Dennis Hopper” (Pressbook).

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USA 1998

Director: Gus Van Sant
Screenplay by: Joseph Stefano
Based on the motion picture of the same title by Alfred Hitchcock
Director of Photography: Chris Doyle (credited as Christopher Doyle)

Viggo’s Character: Samuel “Sam” Loomis

Vince Vaughn.... Norman Bates
Anne Heche.... Marion Crane
Julianne Moore.... Lila Crane

After a young woman, Marion Crane, receives a large amount of money originally intended for a deposit, she decides to go on a lifestyle change and leaves Phoenix, Arizona for California. But tired as she is, she decides to stop for a rest at the Bates Motel on the old highway, close to Fairview, CA. She is unaware of the motel's owner, Norman Bates, and can't figure out why he still lives with his mother. And now her sister,Lila and Marion's boyfriend can't figure out why Marion is missing. Maybe if they ask Norman, or his Mother, they will find out why...

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USA 1999
Director: Tony Goldwin

Viggo’s character: Walker Jerome

Diane Lane.... Pearl Kantrowitz
Liev Schreiber.... Marty Kantrowitz
Anna Paquin.... Alison Kantrowitz

Summer, 1969: men on the moon, and Woodstock happening near the cabin where the Kantrowitz family stays every summer. The camp's a Jewish fish-bowl. Marty's there weekends; he repairs TVs in Brooklyn. He's square and decent. His wife Pearl and his mother camp with Alison (she's 14) and their younger son. Pearl got pregnant at 17 and feels she missed her youth. While Alison experiences her first date, first kiss, first period, and stealing off to Woodstock with the lifeguard, Pearl has her own sexual awakening with "the blouse man," a peddler who sells at the camp. They too go to Woodstock. Marty confronts Pearl about the affair; she and he have to decide what to do next.

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USA 1999
Tall Trees Production

Director: Betty Thomas
Screenplay by: Susanah Grant
Director of Photography: Declan Quinn

Viggo’s character: Eddie Boone

Sandra Bullock.... Gwen Cummings
Dominic West .... Jasper
Elizabeth Perkins .... Lily Cummings

After getting into a car accident while drunk on the day of her sister's wedding, Gwen Cummings is given a choice between prison or a rehab center. She chooses rehab, but is extremely resistant to taking part in any of the treatment programs they have to offer, refusing to admit that she has an alcohol addiction. After getting to know some of the other patients, Gwen gradually begins to re-examine her life and see that she does, in fact, have a serious problem. The path to recovery will not be easy, and success will not be guaranteed or even likely, but she is now willing to give it a try.

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USA / New Zealand 2001
Director: Peter Jackson
Screenplay byFran Walsh, Philippa Boyens and Peter Jackson

Viggo’s character: Aragorn/ Strider

Elijah Wood.... Frodo Baggins
Sean Astin .... Sam Gamgee
Sala Baker .... Sauron
Sean Bean .... Boromir
Cate Blanchett .... Galadriel
Orlando Bloom .... Legolas Greenleaf
Billy Boyd .... Pippin
Marton Csokas .... Celeborn
Mark Ferguson .... Gil-Galad
Ian Holm .... Bilbo Baggins
Ian McKellen .... Gandalf
Christopher Lee .... Saruman
Lawrence Makoare .... Lurtz
Dominic Monaghan .... Merry
Craig Parker .... Haldir
John Rhys-Davies .... Gimli
Andy Serkis .... Gollum
Liv Tyler .... Arwen
Hugo Weaving .... Elrond

In ancient times the Rings of Power were crafted by the Elven-smiths, and Sauron, the Dark Lord, forged the One Ring, filling it with his own power so that he could rule all others. But the One Ring was taken from him, and though he sought it throughout Middle-Earth still it remained lost to him. After many ages it fell, by chance, into the hands of the Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins. On his eleventy-first birthday, Bilbo disappeared, bequeathing to his young nephew, Frodo, the Ruling Ring, and a perilous quest: to journey across Middle-Earth, deep into the shadow of the Dark Lord and destroy the Ring by casting it into the Cracks of Doom.

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USA / New Zealand 2002
The second movie in the “Lord of the rings”-trilogy

Viggo’s character: Aragorn/Strider

Elijah Wood.... Frodo Baggins
Hugo Weaving....Elrond
Karl Urban....Eomer

Sauron's forces increase. His allies grow. The Ringwraiths return in an even more frightening form. Saruman's army of Uruk Hai is ready to launch an assault against Aragorn and the people of Rohan. Yet, the Fellowship is broken and Boromir is dead. For the little hope that is left, Frodo and Sam march on into Mordor, unprotected. A number of new allies join with Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin and Merry. And they must defend Rohan and attack Isengard. Yet, while all this is going on, Sauron's troops mass toward the City of Gondor, for the War of the Ring is about to begin.

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USA / New Zealand 2003
The third movie in the “Lord of the rings”-trilogy
Viggo’s character: Aragorn/Strider

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Director: John Roecker
Viggo's character (voice): Hoyteck

Nick 13 .... Reporter (voice)
Billie Joe Armstrong .... Charlie (voice)
Tim Armstrong .... Narrator

Described as "an epic motion picture of puppet proportions," the film is set in the year 3069, where the earth is barren thanks to war and ozone depletion. Survivors roaming the earth in search of food will be saved by the return of serial killer Charles Manson.

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USA 2004
Director: Joe Johnston
Screenplay by
John Fusco

Viggo’s character: Frank T. Hopkins

Omar Sharif ...Sheikh Riyadh
Louise Lombard .... Lady Anne Davenport
Sa ïd Taghmaoui .... Prince Bin al Reeh

The true story of Frank T. Hopkins, one of the greatest long-distance endurance horse riders

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Himself - filmography

Saw Is Family: Making 'Leatherface', The (2003) .. Himself
2003 MTV Movie Awards .... Himself
Making of 'The Lord of the Rings', The ...
Making the Movie (2002) .... Himself
Passage to Middle-earth: Making of 'Lord of the Rings' ...
Quest for the Ring (2001) ....

'Psycho' Path (1999) ....



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