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He farther went ahead to serve in the Swedish military for a year and a half.
After he completed his service, he left Sweden and went to England where he attended Leeds Beckett University.
He played Kalle Nubb in Åke och hans värld (Åke and His World).
In 1989, the lead role in the Swedish television production Hunden som log (The Dog That Smiled) made him famous in Sweden at the age of thirteen.
Alongside Prince Harry, West and several wounded soldiers, he successfully made it to the South Pole on December 13, 2013.
Skarsgard applied for the national service when he was 19.
He enrolled to study English but admits he did not study much and "had a blast" instead.
After seven years away from acting, he started to consider it again.
His break came when he was cast as Sergeant Brad "Iceman" Colbert in the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries Generation Kill.
An adaptation of journalist Evan Wright's book of the same name, Generation Kill follows the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion of the United States Marine Corps during the early part of the Iraq War.
After seven years, he began considering returning to acting.