Joel Kinnaman net worth $14.5 million

Charles Joel Nordström Kinnaman (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈjǔːɛl ˈkɪ̂nːaˌman]; born 25 November 1979) is a Swedish and American actor[1] who first gained recognition for his roles in the Swedish film Easy Money[2][3] and the Johan Falk crime series. Kinnaman is known internationally for his television roles as Detective Stephen Holder in AMC’s The Killing, Takeshi Kovacs in the first season of Altered Carbon, and Governor Will Conway in the U.S. version of House of Cards. He has also played Alex Murphy in the 2014 RoboCop remake, and Rick Flag in the film adaptation of Suicide Squad (2016), based on the DC Comics anti-hero team of the same name. In 2019, Kinnaman starred in Hanna as Erik Heller and in For All Mankind as astronaut Ed Baldwin.

Kinnaman was born and raised in Stockholm. His mother, Bitte, a therapist, is a Swedish citizen. His father, Steve Kinnaman (originally David Kinnaman), is an American who was drafted during the Vietnam War and deserted the military from his base in Bangkok. Kinnaman has both Swedish and American citizenship. Kinnaman’s father, whose family was from the American Midwest, is of Irish and Scottish descent, while Kinnaman’s mother is Jewish (of Ukrainian Jewish descent). He has five sisters, one of whom is actress Melinda Kinnaman (his half-sister). During his childhood, Kinnaman learned two languages as he “spoke English with my dad and Swedish with my mom.”Kinnaman spent a year in Del Valle, Texas, as a high school exchange student. After high school, he decided to travel around the world. To finance the trips, he worked in various jobs—as a beer factory line worker and roof-sweeper in Norway, and as a bar manager in the French Alps. Kinnaman then travelled for four to five months at a time over a period of two years in Southeast Asia and South America.