Dolph Lundgren signed Rocky photo 11×14″ autograph

£81.00

Authentic Dolph Lundgren signed Rocky photo 11×14″. Signed in blue marker. Autograph Obtained at the premiere of One Night: Joshua VS Ruiz in LA 21/11/2019.

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Dolph Lundgren signed Rocky photo 11×14″

Authentic Dolph Lundgren signed Rocky photo 11×14″. Signed in blue marker. Autograph Obtained at the premiere of One Night: Joshua VS Ruiz in LA 21/11/2019.

 

 

Dolph Lundgren was born in Stockholm, Sweden, to Sigrid Birgitta (Tjerneld); a language teacher, and Karl Johan Hugo Lundgren, an engineer and economist for the Swedish government. He lived in Stockholm until the age of 13, when he moved in with his grandparents in Nyland, Ă…ngermanland, Sweden. Despite an early interest in music and the fine arts, Dolph decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and pursue an Engineering degree. After having completed his military service, he enrolled at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Rocky

It was in the military when Dolph Lundgren signed Rocky first came in contact with the martial arts. Five years later, Dolph had become a World-Class competitor in Japanese Karate and deeply involved with a discipline that was to become an important part of his life. After graduating High School, Dolph spent considerable time studying in the United States and abroad on various academic scholarships. He attended Washington State University and Clemson University in South Carolina. In 1982, he received a scholarship to complete his Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Sydney, Australia.

In 1983, awarded a Fulbright scholarship to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, one of the world’s top engineering schools. That same year, Dolph decided to move to New York City and take up acting. He started studying drama at the Warren Robertson Theatre Workshop in Manhattan; not knowing how quickly his life was about to change. Furthermore, Dolph’s motion picture debut came in the “James Bond” feature, A View to a Kill (1985). However, his performance in Rocky IV (1985) later that year that definitely got him noticed. After a 9-month audition process among 5,000 hopefuls, he was cast opposite writer-director Sylvester Stallone, as his Russian opponent, “Ivan Drago”. Following the success of Rocky IV (1985), Lundgren moved to Los Angeles and has since starred in more than thirty feature films.