Do you perhaps remember Kim Bodnia from his fantastic role as Martin in The Bridge? Or were you a fan of his when he played Konstantin in Killing Eve? Then we have good news for you, because starting December 17, he will play Vesemir in season 2 of the Netflix series The Witcher.
Kim Bodnia is Vesemir in season 2 of Netflix series ‘The Witcher’
The countdown to the arrival of the second season of The Witcher on Netflix is currently underway, as it will be on Friday, December 17, 2021. Leading up to the launch, a premiere was held last night with the cast. Here we saw, among other things, a photo of the legendary Kim Bodnia, the one who takes on the role of Vesemir in the second season.
From the books of The Witcher, on which the Netflix series is based, we already know this character. Vesemir is the oldest and most experienced “witcher” from Kaer Morhen in the 13th century. He is a kind of father figure for Geralt and the other witchers.
Known for his roles in The Bridge and Killing Eve
The 56-year-old actor Kim Bodnia has now built up an impressive filmography. You may know him from his role in the film Nattevagten, for which he won the Robert for Best Male Supporting Actor, or as Lars in the 2010 Danish drama film Hævnen. This film won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2011.
However, he is best known to many for his roles in two huge hit series: the Swedish/Danish crime thriller The Bridge and the British series Killing Eve.
This is what we know so far about the second season of The Witcher on Netflix
In the second season of The Witcher, Geralt of Rivia is convinced that Yennefer was killed during the “Battle of Sodden. He then brings Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows: his childhood home Kaer Morhen. While the kings, elves, humans and demons of the various continents battle for supremacy, Geralt must protect Princess Cirilla from something far more dangerous: the mysterious power that lies within her.