TV Shows - David Dencik
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on June 22, 2024. David Dencik has appeared in 5 television series with data.
  • Chernobyl Poster
    as Mikhail Gorbachev 5 episodes • #346 most popular show
    Chernobyl is a historical drama television series that depicts the events surrounding the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The show explores the aftermath of the catastrophic explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, focusing on the heroic efforts of the individuals involved in containing and mitigating the disaster. It delves into the political, social, and scientific aspects of the incident, shedding light on the devastating consequences and long-lasting impact it had on the surrounding environment and the lives of countless people. Chernobyl received critical acclaim for its meticulous attention to detail, powerful storytelling, and compelling performances.
  • Genius Poster
    as Niels Bohr 3 episodes • #922 most popular show
    Genius is a captivating television series that explores the extraordinary lives and accomplishments of some of history's most brilliant individuals. Each episode delves into the remarkable achievements and revolutionary ideas of geniuses spanning various fields, including science, art, literature, and music. Through a combination of insightful storytelling, expert interviews, and dramatic recreations, viewers are taken on a journey to understand the inner workings of these brilliant minds. From groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs to masterpieces of art and literature, Genius shines a light on the incredible contributions that these geniuses have made to shape our world.
  • The Ipcress File Poster
    The Ipcress File
    as Colonel Stok 6 episodes • #1,572 most popular show
    The Ipcress File is a British spy thriller television series based on the novels by Len Deighton. The show follows the adventures of British intelligence officer Harry Palmer as he investigates complex cases involving espionage and international intrigue. With its gritty realism and gripping storytelling, The Ipcress File offers a fresh and nuanced take on the spy genre, delving into the moral complexities of the Cold War era. This acclaimed series combines thrilling action sequences with thought-provoking social commentary, making it a must-watch for fans of espionage dramas.
  • McMafia Poster
    as Boris Godman 2 episodes • #1,728 most popular show
    McMafia is a British television crime drama series that tells the story of Alex Godman, the son of a Russian mafia boss who tries to escape his family's criminal past and build a legitimate business empire. The show explores the global world of organized crime, as Alex becomes entangled in a web of international networks, corruption, and danger. With its gripping storyline and compelling characters, McMafia offers a thrilling and thought-provoking look into the underworld of crime.
  • The Chestnut Man Poster
    The Chestnut Man
    as Simon Genz 6 episodes • #2,153 most popular show
    The Chestnut Man is a gripping crime thriller television series based on the novel of the same name by Søren Sveistrup. Set in Copenhagen, the show follows a newly promoted detective as she investigates a series of gruesome murders where each victim is found with a chestnut man doll at the crime scene. As the investigation unfolds, dark secrets are unearthed, leading the detective down a twisted and captivating path. With its intense storyline and compelling characters, The Chestnut Man keeps viewers on the edge of their seats, delving into the darkest corners of the human psyche.
Movies - David Dencik
Sorted by online popularity. David Dencik has appeared in 5 movies with data.
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David Dencik Biography
Karl David Sebastian Dencik, known professionally as David Dencik, is a Swedish-Danish actor. Born on October 31, 1974, in Stockholm, Sweden, he later relocated to Denmark with his family. Dencik has appeared in various Swedish, Danish, and English-language films and series. Some of his notable roles include Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Top of the Lake (2017), McMafia (2018), Chernobyl (2019), and the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die (2021). He has been honored with several awards, including two Robert Awards and a Guldbagge Award. Dencik's diverse background and interest in Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art, contribute to his versatile acting skills.

On June 22, 2024, David Dencik had 333 Wikipedia visits, making him the #11,007 most popular actor online.