Publicists, journalists, and trays of grilled sandwiches circulate around us.“This is the first time in a very long time that I’ve been sent to a fancy hotel to do a press junket,” says Mortensen, trying in vain to keep his discomfort under wraps.There’s so little on him, and then when it’s there, it’s the really good kind.Ok so first, check out Viggo Mortensen in Spain the other day, holding hands and embracing Ariadna Gil. I suppose then you can actually consider that stealth.Mortensen received international attention in the early 2000s with his role as Aragorn in the epic film trilogy The Lord of the Rings.In 2005, Mortensen won critical acclaim for David Cronenberg's crime thriller A History of Violence.When his dad took a nap, he took the opportunity to go exploring on his own.
Mortensen has double American-Danish citizenship and talks familiar English, Danish, and Spanish.Viggo Mortensen was born on October 20, 1958 in New York, United States.He is known as a Danish- American actor, poet, musician, photographer and painter.K.’s shocking Euro Cup loss to Iceland playing in real time on the muted television. I freaked out and I was, like, screaming and crying for my dad. It was probably not very high but it seemed very big to me then.” The fear may even date back further than that. “It may be hereditary.” Mortensen, 57, is sharing this story—a quintessential moment of childhood vulnerability—in perhaps the least appropriate place to do so.We are in a suite on the 14th floor of the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, ground zero for Hollywood press junkets.