Gustaf Hammarsten

Perhaps best known to for his work in the outlandish 2009 mockumentary "Brüno," Swedish actor Gustaf Hammarsten made his film debut in 1992 with a minor role in the Ingmar Bergman-penned drama "The Best Intentions." Subsequently, Hammarsten acted intermittently on both big and small screens during the 1990s. In 2000, he landed a supporting part in the acclaimed period dramedy "Together," which proved to be his breakthrough role.