Which of these actors did not play the role of King Arthur in a major motion picture?
Nigel Terry is best known for his portrayal of King Arthur in John Boorman's 1981 film “Excalibur”. Clive Owen also played King Arthur, the title character, in "King Arthur", a 2004 historical adventure film directed by Antoine Fuqua. Charlie Hunnam, an English actor and screenwriter, was King Arthur, Uther's son, Vortigern's nephew, and a child raised by prostitutes, in the 2017 film "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie.
Mads Mikkelsen (b. November 1965), a Danish actor, has never performed as King Arthur in a major motion picture. According to him, he has never even been asked to portray the legendary British king. The king who is a legend and famous for pulling the sword, Excalibur, from a stone. The king who also appears in medieval romance stories as the sovereign of the knightly fellowship of the Round Table.
Mads (pronounced Mass) Mikkelsen first garnered attention at the global box office for his portrayal of Le Chiffre, the criminal mastermind who cried tears of blood. He also pounded star Daniel Craig’s body in a memorable torture scene—in 2006’s James Bond adventure "Casino Royale". The actor has since gone on to acclaim in projects as varied as the late and lamented (2013 – 2015) NBC series "Hannibal", the Oscar-nominated 2020 film "Another Round", and as a possible foil for Harrison Ford in the fifth "Indiana Jones" film, which is due in 2022.