Actors

Thomaz Ransmyr Net Worth

Thomaz Ransmyr Net Worth is
$400,000

Thomaz Ransmyr Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Template:Multiple issuesThomaz (real name Thomas Erik Viktor Ransmyr; born 15 June 1973) is a Swedish artist and author working from The Netherlands. Through the years, he has worked within theatre and music with a wide width (from musical to electro) in collaborations with people such as Marco Manieri, Kristian Anttila, Robert Engstrand (Liberator, Turisas) and Scottish Simon Bloomfield from the group Rezillos (where he was a member under the name "Simon Templar)".Ransmyr was born in Skanör, Sweden. His mother's father was the painter Carl-Eric Lindbergh. On his mother's side he is related to Charles Lindbergh.On stage he has been involved in the musical Elvira Madigan (1992) at Malmö Stadsteater, In Studioteaterns musical Cabaret (1993–1995), The Bonateaterns Trettondagsafton (Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night", 1997), the horror play Murder (2004) and in Darling Desperados´ Hollyroodfruar at Fakiren in Malmö and at Stockholms stadsteater. The longest engagement was as living ghost in the ghost house, Spökhuset, at the tivoli Gröna Lund between 1999 - 2004.On film he has been seen in Bo Widerbergs Lust och fägring stor (nominated for an Oscar as "best foreign film" under the title "All Things Fair") and in the cult movies Kraftverk 3714 and Farligt förflutet. On TV he has been seen in, among other productions, Det grovmaskiga nätet and Ben & Gunnar.Thomaz has been seen singing on Swedish TV4 performing songs made famous by Lill-Babs. In 2006 he released an odd version of the Melodifestivalen song "Stjärna På Himmelen" (Swedish for "Star In Heaven") which ended up nr 1 at cdon.se´s votinglist in 2006 and nr 8 at the gay magazine QX.se´s popularity list in 2006. A song in his native language, Swedish, is included on all of his records, and he usually sings one song in Swedish at every concert, no matter which country he sings in, which is very epreciated.On the 2012 album "Nobody's Child", which as loneliness as theme, Thomaz sings in English and Dutch, and on the physical release a hidden song in Swedish. The sleeve picture was taken outside his hometown Skanör in Skåne. On the record he is once again collaborating with Scottish Simon Bloomfield (ex-Rezillos), Swedish Marco Manieri and performing a duet with Swedish pop star Kristian Anttila. The first videos were made by film-maker Fred Anderson. The official release of the album was held at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern in London, UK, in April 2012.August 17, 2012 Thomaz represented Sweden in the Copenhagen Pride alternative music competition "Pride MGP" at Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen, Denmark with the Östen Warnerbring-song "Som En Dröm" and ended up shared 5th.Thomaz is also one of the models in photographer Elisabeth Ohlson Wallins famous exhibition "Ecce homo" (1998).In 2013 Thomaz performed in United Kingdom, Argentina, The Netherlands, Estonia and Sweden. Previously he has performed in Denmark and Poland as well. In 2013 he performed live on British radio broadcast from Marl
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Date Of BirthJune 15, 1973
Place Of BirthTrelleborg, Skåne län, Sweden
Height5' 11¼" (1.81 m)
ProfessionActor
Star SignGemini
#Fact
1Has played in plays such as "Elvira Madigan", "Cabaret", "Romeo & Julia", "I Väntan På...Vadå?", "Hollyroodfruar", "Yvonne-Prinsessa Av Burgund" & "Murder" (2004).Worked as a ghost in Spökhuset (the ghost house) at Gröna Lund in Stockholm 1999-2003.Will release a solo-album on a dutch label during the winter 2005/2006. [September 2005]
2Released the album "If I Ever Die" November 2006 with 10 songs about death seen from very different angles. [January 2007]
3Concentrating on his music career in Sweden, The Netherlands, Iceland, United Kingdom and Denmark, Thomaz released another album titled "Nobody's Child" in 2012. [April 2012]
4Member of drama group Darling Desperados.
5In 1994 he wrote a song with actor Björn Bergström called "Du Tar Min Hand (You Take My Hand)", featuring lead vocals by actress Lina Formare. The song was never released on record, but a video was made in 1995, which won the video contest "Rock Factory". The video did not contain any contribution by Lina, but only Thomaz and Björn miming to her recorded vocals.
6Related to pilot and actor Charles A. Lindbergh on the Swedish side of the family, and also son of Caisa Persson.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Som krossat glas i en hårt knuten hand1995Gangleader Mikael
Faceless Murderer1995TV Mini-SeriesExtra (uncredited)
Glädjekällan1993Extra at airport (uncredited)
Rederiet1992TV SeriesMember of drugdealing gang (2000) (uncredited)
24 karat1990TV SeriesTransvestite (1994)
Love2008/VShortGay bar guest (uncredited)
Kommissionen2005TV SeriesJournalist (uncredited)
Kraftverk 37142005Tomas
Wallander2005TV SeriesGäst på homobröllop #1
Errol2003TV Mini-SeriesGhost in street (uncredited)
Episoder2003ShortPatient 2 (as Thomas Ransmyr)
Farligt förflutet2001VideoRobber #2 (as Tomaz Ransmyr)
En klass för sig2000TV SeriesThug in Sauna (uncredited)
Naken2000Customer at KappAhl
Svenska mord2000TV SeriesSerial murderers Best Friend (2000) (uncredited)
Det grovmaskiga nätet2000TV Mini-SeriesNurse
En dag i taget1999TV SeriesRolf, collegue at newspaper
Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen1999Extra drinking beer (uncredited)
Nya tider1999TV SeriesInterviewed punk at magazineoffice (1999) (uncredited)
Sofia Eriksson möter Alice Cooper1999TV MovieGhost
S:t Mikael: Traumaenheten1998TV SeriesHare Krishna
Svarta linjen1998TV SeriesExtra outside school (uncredited)
Utmanarna1998TV SeriesContestant
OP71997TV SeriesSkinhead
Expectations1997Extra at Denmark Boat (uncredited)
Anna Holt - polis1996TV SeriesGuard At Trial (1999) (uncredited)
Skilda världar1996TV SeriesExtra in 60 scenes (1997-2000) (uncredited)
Lust och fägring stor1995Upset Man at Cinema (uncredited)
Krock!1995Gangleader Jerka

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Making of 'Farligt förflutet'2001Video documentaryRobber / Himself (as Tomaz Ransmyr)
Elbyl1998TV MovieHimself
Efterlyst1991TV Series documentaryMurder victim (1998) / Child rapist (1998) / Shop robber (1999) / ...

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