Alicia Vikander is an open-minded actress speaking very frankly about society, media, equality and many more. Recently she was talking within Patrick Smith speaking against the interfering media coverage, sexism, and fight for equal opportunities. She was very devastated saying that women are harsh with one another which ultimately leads to sexism. She talked to noticeable changes taking place about the matter with changes in society and teaching standards. She said women are slowly getting equal opportunities which were not the case some years back.
Alicia Vikander is 31, born to Maria Fahl Vikander and Svante Vikander on October 3rd, 1988. Alicia is a Swedish origin actress famous for her role as painter Gerda Wegener in The Danish Girl. She was raised by her mother after the separation of her parents when she was just two months. She played her first role as a child artist in Kristina från Duvemåla’ at The Göteborg Opera.
She started learning ballet dance and shifted to Stockholm to take further training. She appeared in TV series En december drömby Tomas Alfredson when she was 16. Alicia took her acting career seriously and left her Law College to emerge as an actress. She appeared in several TV shows and dramas from 2002 to 2008. Her role of Jossan Tegebrandt Björn in Andra Avenyn gave her the much-needed popularity. For her performance in the Swedish movie’Pure’ (2010), she received the Rising Star Award at the Stockholm Film Festival.
Her big breakthrough came with the lead role in The Crown Jewels portraying the role of Fragancia Fernandez. She also worked in the Danish movie A Royal Affair’ playing the lead role of Queen Caroline Mathilde which earned her the nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. Alicia was in a relationship that Co actor Michael Fassbender, the pair got married in Ibiza, Spain on October 14, 2017.