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Boxed set edition of the Millennium Trilogy.
Noomi Rapace is the Swedish actress playing the part of Lisbeth Salander in the Millennium movies. Initially questioned whether she could handle the strong and unusual role of Lisbeth, she has risen throughout the movies. Today, her critically acclaimed part as Lisbeth has awarded her with multiple prizes from different Swedish juries.
Noomi Rapace, née Noomi Norén, was born in Järna, outside Stockholm, Sweden. Her father was Rogelio Durán, a Spanish Flamenco singer, and her mother is Nina Norén, a Swedish actress. When she was five years old, she moved with her mother and stepfather to Flúðir, Iceland, where they stayed for three years. She gained her first acting experience when she played a non-speaking role in "Í skugga hrafnsins" by Hrafn Gunnlaugsson when she was eight years old.
Seventeen years old, she debuted on TV with the part of Lucinda Gonzales in the series "Tre Kronor". 1998 to 1999, Noomi Rapace studied at Skara Skolscen. The following years, she worked at a couple of smaller theaters in Sweden until she was engaged at Swedens two finest theaters, Stockholms stadsteater and The Royal Dramatic Theatre in 2003. Until this date, she has participated in many Swedish plays and movies.
In 2010, Noomi Rapace was awarded for her leading actress role in the Swedish "Män som hatar kvinnor" (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) with a guldbagge (a Swedish Oscar) as well as Dagens Nyheters kulturpris.
Noomi Rapache is married to actor Ola Rapace, and together they have a son, Lev.
"I'm interested in the darker aspects of mankind, that which is not easy or well balanced. The cracks." (DN 2007-11-23)
"We need more extreme movies in Sweden, personal projects not necessarily aimed towards a big audience. I think such goals (big audiences) inhibits creativity" (DN 2007-11-23)
‘It enthrals at every stage of its unpredictability. Grippingly original’ - The Times.