Jul. 15th, 1979
nr. Echuca, Victoria, Australia
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Australian born Travis Fimmel is best known for his roles as Ragnar Lothbrok in Vikings (2013), and Anduin Lothar in Warcraft: The Beginning (2016).
Curently Fimmel is starring as Marcus, a warrior-priest in HBO Max's Raised by Wolves
Fimmel grew up on a farm outside of Echuca, Victoria, Australia, as the youngest of three brothers. At the age of seventeen, Fimmel moved to Melbourne, Victoria to play football and study project management at RMIT University. However, his football career was cut short by a broken leg. He began modelling in 1998, when Fimmel was approached in a Melbourne gym by Matthew Anderson, a booker from Chadwick Models, with an offer to join the agency. Fimmel later rose to prominence as the star of Calvin Klein's Crave advertising campaign and playing the title role in The WB network's failed television series Tarzan. Fimmel was the first male model to sign a six figure deal to represent Calvin Klein exclusively.
Fimmel has appeared in two music videos, for I'm Real by Jennifer Lopez and Someone to Call My Lover by Janet Jackson. Fimmel is an oil painter; however this talent has gone largely unnoticed in respect to his professional career.
Fimmel was starring with Patrick Swayze in the A&E television series The Beast, which premiered on January 15, 2009. On June 15, 2009, Entertainment Tonight announced that the show has been canceled due to Patrick Swayze's pancreatic cancer. He portrayed a rookie FBI Undercover Agent, partnered with Swayze's character, a veteran FBI agent.
Aside from Raised by Wolves, Fimmel is also working on a series about Wyatt Earp for History, where he’ll produce, write, and star as the legendary Old West lawman. But that’s been put on the back burner due to the Covid 19 pandemic.
- Parents are Chris, a cattle farmer, and Jennie, a nurse.
- Is a former Calvin Klein underwear and jeans model.
- Attended RMIT University in Melbourne.
- Resides in Los Angeles.
- One Calvin Klein billboard ad featuring him caused such a commotion on a busy London street that it was removed after an auto club claimed that women drivers were slowing down to ogle the billboard, triggering accidents and traffic jams.