Peter Dinklage is best known for playing the iconic character of Tyrion Lannister in the world renowned drama ‘Game of Thrones,’ based on the book series of the same name. Suffering from a form of Dwarfism since his birth, Peter Dinklage started acting as a child in school plays and made his on-screen acting debut in mid 90s with the film ‘Living in Oblivion.'
Although he was mostly offered he comic relief parts in films and TV, due to his condition but overtime, he proved his worth with serious roles. Some of the most notable Peter Dinklage films are ‘The Station Agent’, which is widely touted to be his career breakthrough; ‘Elf,’ ‘Find me Guilty,’ ‘Underdog,’ ‘X Men: Days of Future Past,’ and ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri.'
In 2011, came the biggest breakthrough of his career. He was signed on to play one of the leading characters in the medieval drama series ‘Game of Thrones.’ For what is widely considered to be the best role of his career, he shone at the Emmy Awards repeatedly winning awards and nominations.
Some of the unsuccessful films of his career are ‘Find me Guilty,’ 'I Love you Too,’ and ‘Death at a Funeral.’
Peter Dinklage Awards
|Game of Thrones||Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||2012|
|Game of Thrones||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||2015|
|Game of Thrones||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||2011|
|Game of Thrones||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||2019|
|Game of Thrones||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||2018|