Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
Co-starred in comic fantasy "Pixels" opposite Adam Sandler
Co-starred as Bolivar Trask in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"
Co-starred in comedy-drama "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn"
Voiced the character Captain Gutt, a prehistoric ape in "Ice Age: Continental Drift"
Co-starred in the romantic drama "A Little Bit of Heaven"
Portrayed Tyrion Lannister on HBO's "Game of Thrones," based on author George R. R. Martin's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire series
Reprised role for the American remake of "Death at a Funeral"
Co-starred in "Penelope;" produced by star Reese Witherspoon
Cast as Trumpkin in "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian"
Played a villian in the live-action version of the classic cartoon "Underdog"
Co-starred in the Frank Oz-directed "Death at a Funeral"
Played lead defense opposite Vin Diesel in Sidney Lumet's "Find Me Guilty"
Cast as karate-loving Sterno in the mockumentary "Surviving Eden"
Once again acted alongside Michelle Williams in "The Baxter"
Cast in the short-lived CBS series "Threshold"
Returned to the New York stage in the title role of Shakespeare's "Richard III"
Appeared in Jon Favreau's "Elf"
Cast in breakthrough role as Finbar McBride in the drama "The Station Agent" opposite Michelle Williams and Patricia Clarkson
Cast as Binky in "13 Moons"
Cast in Michel Gondry's "Human Nature"
Cast in the comedy feature "Safe Men"
Made film debut in Tom DiCillo's independent comedy "Living in Oblivion"
Dinklage, whose form of dwarfism was achondroplasia, reportedly stood at 4 feet, 5 inches.
At his January 2012 acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, Dinklage spoke out against prejudice against little people, citing the case of Martin Henderson, a British man who was picked up and thrown by an unknown assailant and required a walker due to his injuries.
In a 2013 episode of "Saturday Night Live," Dinklage appeared on Weekend Update as "Peter Drunklage," best friend of Bobby Moynihan's character Drunk Uncle.