Dolph Lundgren at 60

For all his commitment to sci-fi, there’s no doubting that conventional action has been far kinder to Lundgren

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
2nd November, 2017
Universal Soldier was released by TriStar Pictures on July 10, 1992. The film grossed $36 million in the U.S. against its budget of $23 million.

Ivan Drago made Dolph. As the musclebound villain in Rocky IV, Dolph Lundgren hit the mainstream. While his turns opposite Sylvester Stallone in that flick and The Expendables movies are his best-known roles, the Swedish actor has been a constant of science fiction throughout his career.

Lundgren’s first turn in the genre came in 1990’s I Come in Peace, known as Dark Angel on this side of the Atlantic, where he played a cop tracking...

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