Arnold Vosloo

Arnold Vosloo ( born June 16, 1962 in Pretoria, South Africa) is a South African actor with American citizenship. His most famous role is the title role in The Mummy (1999) and the sequel The Mummy Returns ( 2001).


He started his career at the theater in South Africa, where he received several awards, including for his role as Hamlet, which he was soon the main cast of the South African State Theatre. In 1984 he moved into the film industry.

In 1988, Vosloo, the U.S. Citizenship and married his fellow actress Nancy Mulford. However, the marriage lasted only three years.

He played his first role as an American in the movie 1492 - Conquest of Paradise in the role of "Guevara ". Later he was in the TV movies Darkman II: III Durant return and Darkman: To see the experiment as successor by Liam Neeson, who played the title role in the first part of the Darkman Trilogy.

He became better known by the role of Imhotep in The Mummy and The Mummy Returns. In a supporting role, he can be seen in the spy movie Agent Cody Banks ( 2003). 2006 Vosloo played the supporting role of the South African mercenary, Colonel Coetzee in the film Blood Diamond.

In addition to his film career Vosloo also had guest appearances in several series, among others, Charmed, Alias, Shark, as well as a greater role in the fourth season of 24, in which he plays a terrorist. Additionally, he was the hero of the PC game Boiling Point: Road to Hell his appearance and his voice.

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