Peter Dinklage on screen and stage

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A photograph of Dinklage attending the 69th Annual Golden Globes Awards in 2012
Dinklage attending the 69th Annual Golden Globes Awards in 2012

Peter Dinklage is an American actor and producer. Dinklage studied acting at the Bennington College where he starred in a number of amateur stage productions.[1] He made his film debut in the 1995 comedy-drama Living in Oblivion.[2] After appearing in a series of supporting parts in much of the 1990s and early 2000s, he made his breakthrough by starring in the Tom McCarthy-directed comedy-drama The Station Agent (2003), which had him play a railroad-obsessed introvert who inherits an abandoned train depot.[2] He was cast in the role by director Tom McCarthy who recalled fondly his appearance in McCarthy's play The Killing Act (1995).[3] For his performance, he received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Best Actor and an Independent Spirit Awards nomination for Best Male Lead.[4][5] In the same year, Dinklage played the title role in the play Richard III at The Public Theater. He also played a children's book author in the comedy Elf.[6] In 2006, he appeared in the Sidney Lumet-directed crime film Find Me Guilty.[7] He followed with roles in the films Underdog (2007), the British film Death at a Funeral (2007), with its American remake of the same name (2010) and Trumpkin in the high fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008).[8][9]

He gained international recognition in 2011 with the HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones for his portrayal of Tyrion Lannister.[10] As of 2016, Dinklage has received consecutive Primetime Emmy nominations from 2011 to 2016 including two wins for the role as well as one Golden Globe Award.[11][12] In 2017, Dinklage became one of the highest paid actors on television and earned £2 million per episode of Game of Thrones.[13][14]

Dinklage provided the voice of Captain Gutt in the 2012 computer-animated comedy Ice Age: Continental Drift,[15] which earned over $877 million—his highest grossing release as of 2016.[16] In 2014, he played supervillain Bolivar Trask in the superhero film X-Men: Days of Future Past.[17] The same year, he voiced Ghost in the video game Destiny, but was later replaced by Nolan North.[18] He then starred in the comedy Pixels (2015), The Boss (2016) and the computer-animated comedy The Angry Birds Movie (2016).[19][20][21]

Film

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Living in Oblivion 1995 Tito Tom DiCillo [2][22][23]
Bullet 1996 Building Manager Julien Temple Uncredited [24]
Safe Men 1998 Leflore John Hamburg [25][26]
Pigeonholed 1999 Roy Michael Swanhaus [24]
Never Again 2001 Harry Appleton Eric Schaeffer [27][28]
Human Nature Frank Michel Gondry [8][29][30]
13 Moons 2002 Binky Alexandre Rockwell [2][31]
Just a Kiss Dink Fisher Stevens [32]
The Station Agent 2003 Finbar McBride Tom McCarthy [2][33][34]
Tiptoes Maurice Matthew Bright [2][35]
Elf Miles Finch Jon Favreau [6][36][37]
89 Seconds at Alcázar 2004 Mari Babola Eve Sussman Short film [38]
Jail Bait Lindo Ben Sainsbury [8][39]
Surviving Eden Sterno Greg Pritikin [8][40]
The Baxter 2005 Benson Hedges Michael Showalter [41]
Escape Artists Mr. Duff Michael Laurence [42][43]
Lassie Rowlie Charles Sturridge [8][44]
Fortunes Mike Kirkwood Parker Cross [45][46]
The Limbo Room 2006 Dusty Spitz Debra Eisenstadt [47]
Find Me Guilty Ben Klandis Sidney Lumet [7][48]
Little Fugitive Sam Norton Joanna Lipper [8][49][50]
Penelope Lemon Mark Palansky [51]
Ascension Day 2007 Brantly Akosua Busia [24]
Death at a Funeral Peter Frank Oz [8][52]
Underdog Simon Bar Sinister Frederik Du Chau [8][53]
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian 2008 Trumpkin Andrew Adamson [2][54]
Saint John of Las Vegas 2009 Mr. Townsend Hue Rhodes [55]
Death at a Funeral 2010 Frank Neil LaBute [8][56]
I Love You Too Charlie Daina Reid [57]
The Last Rites of Ransom Pride Dwarf Tiller Russell [58]
Pete Smalls Is Dead K.C. Munk Alexandre Rockwell Also producer [2][59]
A Little Bit of Heaven 2011 Vinnie Nicole Kassell [60]
Ice Age: Continental Drift 2012 Captain Gutt Steve Martino
Mike Thurmeier
Voice [15][61]
A Case of You 2013 Gerard Kat Coiro [2][62]
Knights of Badassdom Hung Joe Lynch Also executive producer [63][64][65]
Low Down 2014 Alain Jeff Preiss [66][67][68]
X-Men: Days of Future Past Bolivar Trask Bryan Singer [17][69][70]
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn Aaron Altmann Phil Alden Robinson [71][72]
Taxi 2015 Marc Kerstin Ahlrichs [73]
Pixels Eddy Plant Chris Columbus [19][74]
The Boss 2016 Renault Ben Falcone [20][75]
The Angry Birds Movie Mighty Eagle Clay Kaytis
Fergal Reilly
Voice [21][76]
Rememory 2017 Sam Bloom Mark Palansky [77]
La Vida Nuestra Chad Johnson Raúl Arévalo Short film [78]
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri James Martin McDonagh [79]
Three Christs Joseph Jon Avnet [80][81]
I Think We're Alone Now 2018 Del Reed Morano Also producer [82]
Avengers: Infinity War Eitri Anthony and Joe Russo [83]
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Films that have not yet been released 2019 Mighty Eagle Thurop Van Orman Voice; Filming [84]
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Title Year(s) Role Network Notes Ref.
Oz 2001 Murder Victim HBO Episode: "Even the Score" (Uncredited) [85]
The $treet Little Person FOX Episode: "Junk Bonds" [85]
Third Watch 2002 Drug Dealer NBC Episode: "The Long Guns" [85]
I'm with Her 2004 Elliot Rosen ABC 3 episodes [85]
P.O.V. Narrator PBS TV Series documentary
Episode: "Freedom Machines"
[86]
Life As We Know It 2005 Dr. Belber ABC 2 episodes [85]
Entourage Himself HBO Episode: "The Sundance Kids" [85]
Testing Bob Robinson "Bob" Hart ABC Pilot [87]
Celebrity Poker Showdown Himself Bravo Sixth tournament [85]
Threshold 2005–2006 Arthur Ramsey CBS/Sky 1 13 episodes [85]
Ultra 2006 CBS Pilot [88]
P.O.V. Himself PBS Episode: "No Bigger than a Minute" [89]
Nip/Tuck Marlowe Sawyer FX 7 episodes [85]
30 Rock 2009 Stewart NBC Episode: "Señor Macho Solo" [90]
Game of Thrones 2011–present Tyrion Lannister HBO Main role [91]
Saturday Night Live 2013 Peter Drunklage NBC Episode: "Melissa McCarthy/Phoenix" [85]
Sesame Street Simon PBS Episode: "Simon Says" [92]
Saturday Night Live 2016 Himself (host) NBC Episode: "Peter Dinklage/Gwen Stefani" [93]
The David S. Pumpkins Animated Halloween Special 2017 Narrator/Adult Kevin (voice) NBC Television special [94]
My Dinner with Hervé Shows that have not yet been released 2018 Hervé Villechaize HBO Television film; also executive producer [95]
Key
Shows that have not yet been released Denotes shows that have not yet been released

Theater

Title Year Role Venue Ref.
The Killing Act 1995 Tom Thumb Access Theatre [96]
Imperfect Love 2000 The Beppo New York Performance Works [97][98]
Evolution 2002 Rex Bleecker Street Theatre [99]
Richard III 2003 Richard III The Public Theater [2]
Hope Leaves the Theatre 2005 Various roles St. Ann's Warehouse [100]
Things We Want 2007 Sty Acorn Theater [101]
A Month in the Country 2015 Rakitin Classic Stage Company [102]
Cyrano 2018 Cyrano Terris Theatre [103]

Video games

Title Year(s) Voice role Notes Ref.
Ice Age: Continental Drift – Arctic Games 2012 Captain Gutt [104]
Destiny 2014 Ghost Replaced by Nolan North in 2015 [18]
Game of Thrones 2014–15 Tyrion Lannister [105]

See also

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