Thorbjørn Harr stars in "Vikings" on History Channel as Jarl Borg, the cunning and devious leader of Gotaland (modern day Sweden) who is involved in a land dispute with King Horik. Borg refuses to cede any of his land to King Horik, whom he considers to be a foreign king with no legitimate claim to anything. While Ragnar allies himself with King Horik, Jarl Borg manipulates Rollo, using his insecurities to his advantage.

Thorbjørn Harr is a graduate of Oslo National Academy of the Arts, where he attended 1997 – 2000. He has portrayed many roles at Oslo's National Theatre, including Figaro in "The Marriage of Figaro," Ragnar Brovik in "The Master Builder," Sivert in "The Growth of the Soil," Tom in "The Glass Menagerie," Einar in "Brand," and Jacob in "Erasmus Montanus." He also starred in and directed "Chet Doesn't Play Here Anymore," for which he won the Theatre Critics' Award. From 2010 – 2012 he was part of the artistic leadership of the Torshov Theatre, and won the Hedda Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for his work. Harr has also received the Per Aabel Award and the Radio Theatre's Blue Bird Award for his acting.

His film roles include "Reprise," "Toward Moscow," earning him a nomination for the Amanda Award for Best Actor, "House of Fools" and "Mars & Venus."

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