Friday, 28 July 2017

Malin Akerman

Malin Maria Akerman was born on the 12th of May 1978. She is a Swedish Canadian actress, model and singer well known for her work in films like The Skulls 2000, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle 2004, The Heartbreak Kid 2007, 27 Dresses 2008, Watchmen 2009, Couples Retreat 2009, The Bang Bang Club 2011, Rock of Ages 2012, Wanderlust 2012, Cottage Country 2013, CBGB 2013, The Final Girls 2015, Misconduct 2016 and The Ticket 2016. She is currently working on her next film Rampage 2018. She was also seen in television series like The Comeback, Entourage, Children's Hospital, Burning Love, Suburgatory, Newsreaders, Trophy Wife, Sin City Saints and Billions.

Malin Akerman Religion

Akerman was raised as a buddhist but whether she is religious or not is not known. She has never made any public comments about this. Her social media profiles don't give away much either. Its safe to assume that the actress is not religious.

Malin Akerman Political Views

Akerman has spoken about being a single mother and working so hard and supports women's rights. Apart from this, Akerman has not spoken about any political views in news or social media profiles. Its safe to assume that the actor is not political. 

Who is he/she dating?

Akerman got married to Robert Zincone on 20th of June 2007. The two met in 2003 when the actress was the lead singer for The Petalstones. Zincone was the band's drummer and couldn't speak in English at that time so they communicated through a dictionary. The couple announced their separation on November 25, 2013. They have a son together, Sebastian born on the 16th of April 2013. 

Malin Akerman Hobbies

Akerman likes singing in her free time. She is also a foodie and likes trying new cuisines all the time. She also enjoys acting, exercising and reading in her free time. 

Interesting Facts

She was a groupie for a year and followed the band everywhere. She was dating the drummer of the band.

She is gluten intolerant.

She suffers from dyslexia.

Her first name means "cunning" or "shrewd" in French.