Andrei Claude

Andrei Claude (Actor): Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Biography & More

Andrei Claude is an actor. He was born on September 10, 1979 in Malta. Andrei Claude is best known for his role Ganbaatar in Vikings and Khal Rhalko in Game of Thrones. He has also appeared in several movies such as ‘Shortcut’, ‘Crystal’s Shadow’, ‘Abduct’, ‘Adormidera’ and ‘Fedz’.

Andrei Claude Bio Wiki
NameAndrei Claude
Known ForVikings (As Ganbaatar)
Game of Thrones (As Khal Rhalko)
Medici (As Federico da Montefeltro)
Date Of BirthSeptember 10, 1979
Age41 Years (As 2020)
Birth PlaceMalta
Schoolyet to be updated
College/Universityyet to be updated
Education Qualificationyet to be updated
ParentsFather Name: Yet to be updated
Mother Name: Yet to be updated
SiblingNot Known
Physical Appearance
Height (approx.)6 Feet 1 Inches
Weight (approx.)yet to be updated
Eye Coloryet to be updated
Hair Coloryet to be updated
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Some Interesting Facts about Andrei Claude

Andrei worked as a fitness model in the United States for a number of years before finding himself posing for romance novel book covers in New York. During his time there he acquired an interest in acting.

His first ever experience working on a film, long before setting his heart on becoming an actor was as a background gladiator in a scene of Ridley Scott’s Gladiator (2000) which was being filmed in Malta.

He is best known for his role Ganbaatar in television series ‘Vikings’.

Andrei has appeared in several television series such as ‘Medici’, ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘The Dovekeepers’ and ‘Tony Robinson’s Gods & Monsters’.

He has also appeared in several movies such as ‘Shortcut’, ‘Crystal’s Shadow’, ‘Mariah: The Diva, the Demons, the Drama (Television Movie)’, ‘Dawn (Television Movie)’, ‘Abduct’, ’13 Hours’, ‘Adormidera’, ‘Fedz’, ‘Regression (Short film)’, ‘Pars: Operation Cherry’, ‘The Role (Short film)’ and ‘Dirty Laundry’.

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