Max von Sydow
Carl Wilhelm von Sydow
Greta von Sydow
Claes Wilhelm von Sydow
Per Henrik von Sydow
Yvan von Sydow
The Cathedral School
Royal Dramatic Theatre
Cast opposite Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock in the 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"
Cast as Sir Walter Loxley opposite Russell Crowe in Ridley Scott's adaptation of "Robin Hood"
Played a physician at a hospital for the criminally insane in Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island"
Joined the cast of "The Tudors" (Showtime) for the third season, playing Cardinal Von Waldburg
Played a French ambassador in the action comedy sequel "Rush Hour 3"
Played the mentor character Eyvind in the German-made sword-and-sorcery epic "Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King"
Cast as the corrupt director of the futuristic pre-crime unit in Steven Spielberg's sci-fi thriller "Minority Report"
Acted in Scott Hicks' "Snow Falling on Cedars," playing a defense attorney for a Japanese-American man on trial for the murder of his close friend
Guided a distraught man (Robin Williams) across the River Styx in "What Dreams May Come"
Acted the role of an aging priest and mentor in Liv Ullman's "Private Confessions"; written by Ingmar Bergman
Appeared in the based-on-real-life serial killer drama "Citizen X" (HBO)
Re-teamed with Stallone as Judge Fargo in "Judge Dredd"
Portrayed a devilish antique store owner in "Needful Things"
Played a priest in "The Ox"; directed by Bergman’s long-time cinematographer Sven Nykvist
Re-teamed with Bille August for "Best Intentions"; scripted by Bergman
Starred as Father Siemes in the NBC movie "Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes"
Played a humble old Swedish widower struggling for survival alongside his son in Bille August's "Pelle the Conqueror"; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Actor
Made feature directing and screenwriting debut with "Katinka"; shot by Bergman's cameraman Sven Nykvist
Delivered an excellent turn as Barbara Hershey's artist-lover in Woody Allen's "Hannah and Her Sisters"
Appeared as the arch-villain Blofeld in the James Bond film "Never Say Never Again"
Starred in Troell's "The Flight of the Eagle," about a foolhearty but heroic real-life balloon expedition to the North Pole
Played the commander of a German prisoner of war camp in "Victory," co-starring Sylvester Stallone and Michael Caine
Portrayed Ming the Merciless in "Flash Gordon"
Made Broadway debut in "The Night of the Tribades"
Reprised Father Merrin for "Exorcist II: The Heretic"
Played Alsatian hit-man Joubert in Sydney Pollack's "Three Days of the Condor"
Battled the Devil as Father Merrin in William Friedkin's "The Exorcist"
Appeared in the documentary film "Ingmar Bergman"
Co-starred with Ullmann in Jan Troell's two-part "The Emigrants" (1971) and "The New Land" (1972)
Last film with Bergman as director, "The Touch"
Acted in John Huston's "The Kremlin Letter"
First film with Liv Ullmann, Bergman's "Shame"
Made U.S. TV debut as Otto Frank in an adaptation of "The Diary of Anne Frank" (ABC)
Portrayed a knuckle-cracking Nazi in "The Quiller Memorandum"
First film with director Jan Troell, "Here Is Your Life"
First U.S. film, playing Jesus in George Stevens' "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
Starred in Bergman's "The Virgin Spring" as a distraught father who avenges the murder of his daughter
Played the title role in Bergman's "The Magician"
First film for director Ingmar Bergman, "The Seventh Seal"
Brought to Malmo Stadsteater by Bergman, who was the chief director of the municipal theater in Malmo
Made feature acting debut in "Bara en Mora/Only a Mother"
Served in Swedish Quartermaster Corps
Worked at the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm under Ingmar Bergman