Aicia Vikander NFT ART No 1
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A Taste of Movie Edition - Alicia Vikander, with 9 unique NFTs
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Alicia Vikander was born in Gothenburg, Sweden on October 3, 1988.
She began acting at the age of 7, performing in various stage productions in Gothenburg.
Vikander trained as a ballet dancer for nine years and has even won several dance competitions in Sweden.
Her breakout role was in the Swedish film "Pure" (2010), for which she won the Guldbagge Award for Best Actress.
Vikander is fluent in several languages, including Swedish, English, Danish, and Norwegian.
She has starred in a number of high-profile Hollywood films, including "Ex Machina" (2014), "The Danish Girl" (2015), and the "Tomb Raider" reboot (2018).
Vikander is also a producer and co-founded her own production company called Vikarious Productions in 2016.
In 2017, she married actor Michael Fassbender, whom she met while filming "The Light Between Oceans" (2016).
Vikander is a philanthropist and serves as an ambassador for the Swedish children's charity Min Stora Dag (My Big Day).
She was named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world in 2018.