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[PHOTO] Vikings: Lagertha is a martial arts expert, has a perfume and a football team

Katheryn Winnick is the 41-year-old actress who since 2013 has played Lagertha in “Vikings” , a respected warrior and queen of Norway, with a sweet and noble heart.

Winnick is of Ukrainian origin, was born in Etobicoke, Ontario, and is fluent in Russian, Italian, Ukrainian, English and French .

Winnick started practicing martial arts at the age of 7 and at 13 he already had his first black belt.

He is a third degree belt in taekwondo and a second degree black belt in karate . His training allowed him to train actors for fictional scenes and to obtain his license as a bodyguard.

Katheryn is passionate about superheroes and she also likes to play golf . He also owns his own Premium Vodka brand called “Pure Wonderwinnick” and a perfume, “With Love from Katheryn” .

As if that weren’t enough, the blonde actress also has her own football team called “Etobicoke Angels” .

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The Canadian actress has managed, over the years, to accumulate a net worth of about 185 million dollars .

All this thanks to her work not only as an actress, but also for the additional income in the activities she owns , always active in the world of business and commerce.

She made her acting debut in 1999 with a role in the “Student Bodies” series  and has worked in productions such as “Law & Order”, “CSI” or “Criminal Minds”.

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He also got a role important on the television series “Bones,” where she starred in one of Booth’s early novels , Hannah Burley, for several chapters. But the character that brought her to worldwide recognition was Lagertha in “Vikings” .

Thanks to success of the series, Katheryn Winnick had the opportunity to work on a film based on the famous Stephen King novel , “The Dark Tower” and on the Netflix series , “Wu Assassins”.

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Most recently, he starred in another Netflix-produced movie, “Polar,” in which he played an antagonist role which he played with great success. and critical acclaim.