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Storyline

Existential detective Kurt Wallander must battle his own demons as he works to solve a series of bizarre crimes in southern Sweden. This series is made up of four distinct films, each one a mysterious journey into murder, deception, and baffling crimes. Follow Inspector Kurt Wallander - a disillusioned everyman - as he struggles against a rising tide of violence in the seemingly sleepy backwaters in and around Ystad in beautiful southern Sweden. Brilliantly acted and visually dazzling, Wallander is based on the bestselling Swedish crime novels by Henning Mankell.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: November 30, 2008

Also Known As: Wallander, ВалландерИнспектор Валандер, 刑事ヴァランダー, Epitheoritis Wallander, Валандер, Kommissar Wallander, Les enquêtes de l'inspecteur Wallander, Επιθεωρητής Βαλαντέρ, Wallander (Britse televisieserie), 維蘭德 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Canada (13+)Denmark (15), France (Tous publics), Germany (16), Netherlands (12), Norway (15), Sweden (15), UK (15), United States (TV-PG) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

police
sweden
scandinavia
police detective
murder investigation

Company Credits

Production Co: Zodiak Entertainment, ARD Degeto FilmBBC Scotland, Film i Skåne, Left Bank Pictures, TV4, WGBH, Yellow Bird |  See more »

Cast

John Lightbody
as Dr. Öberg
Sally Hurst
as Anna
Mia Goth
as Hannah Hjelmqvist
John Kani
as Max Khulu
Albert Maris
as Peter Andersson
Kimmo Rajala
as Sjølander
Arsher Ali
as Jamal
Nicholas Hoult
as Stefan Fredman
Asko Päiviö
as Social Worker
John McEnery
as Lars Magnusson
Emma Davidson
as Maria
Karin Bregqvist
as Bride
Rolf Jarl
as Policeman
Ernest St.Clair
as Guest/Male Guest
Karin Bertling
as Maria Lovgren
Georg Nikoloff
as Czerwinski
Jaspar Paavolainen
as Alfred Medberg
Mary Twala
as Elderly Woman
Rupert Graves
as Alfred Harderberg
Michael Culver
as Hugo Sandin
Christian Roe
as Jonas Landahl
Stefan Karlsson
as Gosta Runfeldt
Ben Meyjes
as Ake/Louise
Chris April
as Local Man - Kayelitsha
Sophie Stanton
as Annette Fredman
Melker Sörensen
as Martin Boge
Kitty Peterkin
as Klara von Enke
Ingeborga Dapkunaite
as Baiba Liepa
Tom Hiddleston
as Magnus Martinsson
Glen Davies
as Erik Lundberg
Deon Lotz
as Colonel Julian van Heerden
Mattis Thorbjörnsson
as Custody Guard
Benedict Taylor
as Jurgen Nordfeldt
Jody Watson
as Lone Kjaer
Joanna Bacon
as Neighbour
Chrissie Cotterill
as Waitress
Cecile Anckarswärd
as Anita
Paula Videniece
as Marinka Nowak
Maimie McCoy
as Anna Westin
Roger Moss
as P.C. Norlen
Samantha Best
as Lillemor Norman
Rebecca Ferguson
as Louise Fredman
Per Lundström
as Bjorn Fredman
Saskia Reeves
as Vanja Andersson
Michael Gould
as Rune Bergman
Marlene Sidaway
as Maja Hahne
Jon Laurimore
as Edvin Salomonsson
Patrik Karlson
as Max Lunnqvist
Barbara Wilshere
as Kersti Plejel
Jonathan Bullock
as Henrik Jacobsen
Håkan Bengtsson
as Duty Officer
Simon Chandler
as Nils Ytterberg
Latita Ndzwayiba
as Nomalanga Mthembu
Sandra Voe
as Betty Laurensson
John Rogan
as Hans Laurensson
Bo von Gegerfelt
as Johan Lundberg
Vincent Regan
as Anders Ekman
Nkcubeko Tutu
as Township Boy
Jill Baker
as Anita Carlman
Michael Byrne
as Ola Vikander
Alice Mary
as Katerina Taxall
Ann Bell
as Louise von Enke
Mark Hadfield
as Stefan Lindeman
Anton Valensi
as Fisherman
Dhafer L'Abidine
as Migrant Worker
Anamaria Marinca
as Inese
Martina Wessman
as Nurse
Helen Carter
as Elika Petrus
Isabell Andén
as Waitress
Sanchia McCormack
as Yiva Brink/Ylva Brink
William Scott-Masson
as Daniel Gylling
Kristin Thorstad
as Trafficking Victim
Dermot Keaney
as Niklas Martinell
Karen Gledhill
as Nurse/Manageress
Alisa Arnah
as Erika Carlman
Rasmus Paavolainen
as Hjalmar Medberg
Roland Hedlund
as Gustaf Torstensson
Donald Sumpter
as Fredrik Thorson
Joanna Griffiths
as Sara Bjorkland
Anna Brook
as Doctor
Jonathan Aris
as Albinsson
Nicholas Moss
as Ferry Captain
Ed Hughes
as Bo Runfeldt
Zoltan Butuc
as Murnieks
Reneé Johnson
as Nurse
Arvydas Dapsys
as Bekalov
Akbal Abbas-Waernbaum
as Dead Migrant Worker's Wife
Helene Jane Hallander
as Trafficking Victim
Thoko Ntshinga
as Miranda Khulu
Clint Wilkenson
as Conference Delegate
Luke Allen-Gale
as Robert Modin
Lorraine Brunning
as Eva Hillstrom
Ali Ajeel
as Fairground Operator
Emily Bruni
as Lisa Pahlberg
Mark Webb
as Jon Soderberg
Katarina Lundgren
as Eva's Solicitor
Miranda Pleasence
as Rita Larsson
Laura Dos Santos
as May-Britt Thorson
Toni Hedin
as Tynnes Falk
John-Paul Hurley
as Sven Tyren
Andrew Buckley
as Pastor Svensson
Richard McCabe
as Nyberg
Harry Hadden-Paton
as Hans von Enke
Nimmy March
as Nurse
Orla Brady
as Ella Lindfeldt
Louis Hilyer
as Thure Bergsson
Arturs Skrastins
as Putnis
Christopher Fairbank
as Sten Norlander
Tessa Jubber
as Inga Hedeman
Radoslaw Kaim
as Zids
Justina Anang
as Trafficking Victim
Rachael Chisholm
as Britta-Lena Boden
Johan Svensson
as Groom
Rebecca Thorn
as Elinor Grunden
Bill Moody
as Westin
Julian Koberman
as Meyer
Tom Beard
as Svedberg
Dave Hill
as Lars Herdin
Annette Ekblom
as Louise Åkerblom
Michael Müller
as Kristian Suneson
Clayton Evertson
as Detective
Terrence Hardiman
as Hakan von Enke
Robin Gott
as Fire Chef
Thomas Chaanhing
as Waiter
Neil Conrich
as Lars Modin
Glenn Doherty
as Erik Malmberg
Angela Thorne
as Berta Duner
Dudley Sutton
as Gote Tandvall
Anna Ahlerup
as Astrid Hillstrom
Claire Hackett
as Eva Petrus
Erik Larsson
as Ake Liljegren
Patrik Fridh
as Forensic Officer
Dearbhla Molloy
as Anita Johansson
Clive Wood
as Gustav Ericsson
Claire Cox
as Yvonne
Polly Hemingway
as Gertrude
Holly Atkins
as Headmistress
Reza Dehban
as Carousel Man
Sandra Redlaff
as Signe/Signe von Enke
Garrick Hagon
as Steven Wilson
Joanna Ignaczewska
as Zosia (Polish Girl)
Pandora Clifford
as Elizabeth Carlen
David Sibley
as Sten Torstensson
Søren Malling
as Karlis Liepa
Colette O'Neil
as Fanny Klaestrom
Rosamaria Elsley
as Sanna Hoglund
Lynn Farleigh
as Julia Hassleberg
Annabel Mullion
as Marianne Falk
John Ringham
as Elderly Man
Fabian Fahlgren
as Sonja's Solicitor
Daniel Cerqueira
as Jon Tavori
Paul Andrew Williams
as Janek Langas
Matt Hickey
as Jorgen Thorson
Gavin Werner
as Detective
Jamie Nilsson
as Jens Fredman
Chrystelle Boni
as Trafficking Victim
Amanda Bodenhoff Højmark
as Bakery Girl
Angela Terence
as Eva Persson
Jeany Spark
as Linda Wallander
Anthony Hunt
as Doctor
Ciarán Owens
as Erik Jacobsen
Nicole Briggs
as Lena Norman
Anna Hewson
as Ultrasound Nurse
Peter Briggs
as Photographer
Tom McCall
as Peters
Malcolm Tierney
as Wetterstedt
Yohanna Idha
as Madeleine Rhedin
Kenneth Branagh
as Kurt Wallander
Tumisho Masha
as Bernie Meyiwa
Siya Mayola
as Second Assassin
Julia Ragnarsson
as Trafficking Victim
Ragnar Landerholm
as Svedberg's Caretaker
Cecilia Hjalmarsson
as Birgitta Medberg
Sarah Smart
as Anne-Britt Hoglund
Ole Dupont
as Pedestrian
David Warner
as Povel Wallander
Harry Kershaw
as Shop Worker
Boel Larsson
as Ebba/Simona
Jasper Jacob
as TV Interviewer
Con O'Neill
as Jan Petrus
Jessica Lloyd
as Dr. Malmström/Eva Malstrom
Phyllis Logan
as Inga Wallander
David Mallinson
as Erik Westin
Lemogang Tsipa
as Victor Mabasha
Victoria Bloom
as Nurse
Johan Lundin
as Duty Officer
June Watson
as Ellen Magnusson
Guy Henry
as Erik Hokberg
Carol Starks
as Jennie Medberg
Rebekah Staton
as Kristina Albinsson
Jack Hansen
as Biker
Flora Spencer-Longhurst
as Isa
Daisy Ashford
as Stewardess
Marie Critchley
as Jonna Malmberg
Rebecca Egan
as Susana Hokberg
Hugh Mitchell
as Pontus Ericsson
Energy Lewis
as Patron
Joe Claflin
as Tobias Eliasson
Ashley Madekwe
as Dolores Maria Santana
Duncan Holmes
as Klas Boge
Fredrik Dolk
as Eugen Blomberg
Roger Watkins
as Stefan Nystrom
Matti Isokaanta
as Hillbilly
Steven Pacey
as Bjorkland
Barnaby Kay
as Lennart Mattson
Josh Cole
as Bank Manager
Quanita Adams
as Female Guest
Jim Bywater
as Jan Holmgren
Emma Griffiths Malin
as Elin Nordfeldt
Henry Miller
as Mortuary Attendant
Dragos Bucur
as Sergei Upitis
Lars Humble
as Arne Carlman
Bonnie Mbuli
as Sgt. Grace Mthembu
Lukas Loughran
as Power Worker
Joanne Howarth
as Hanna Lovgren
Corito Chu-Jansson
as Sandin's Phillipino Maid
Lily Loveless
as Margaretha Harkala
Fredrik Gunnarsson
as Valfrid Strom
Susannah Fielding
as Sonja Hokberg
Joseph Chance
as Mats Ekholm
Rune Bergman
as Johannes Lovgren
Beatie Edney
as Adela Blomberg
Neil Boorman
as Sven Andersson
Thomas Coombes
as Stefan Persson
Lindsay Duncan
as Monika Westin
Maya Wasowicz
as Snezna Botez
Sadie Shimmin
as Lisa Holgersson
Patrick Madise
as Concierge
Felicia Womack
as Street Sweeper
Alex Ferns
as Axel Hedeman
Howard Swinson
as Holger Eriksson
Ysobel Gonzalez
as Eva's Mother

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2008 | 3 Episodes

Season 2

2010 | 3 Episodes

Season 3

2012 | 3 Episodes

Season 4

2015 | 3 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards 2009

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Drama Series

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Photography & Lighting Fiction/Entertainment

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Production Design

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Original Television Music

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Sound Fiction/Entertainment

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2009

Winner

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

Best Actor

Nominee

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

Best Drama Series

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