In Game of Thrones, Tyrion Lannister, the super-intelligent puppet master, has aided Peter Dinklage in establishing himself as a household name. He has overcome adversity and discrimination to become one of the world’s best and most well-known performers. Soon, he’ll be seen alongside Kevin Bacon in The Toxic Avenger, and perhaps, he’ll reprise his role as Cyrano in the theatre before bringing it to the big screen. Take a look at Peter Dinklage’s key films, in which he has played a variety of characters in a variety of genres.

1. The Station Agent (2003)

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Director- Tom McCarthy

Finbar McBride, a lonely and silent dwarf, is obsess with trains. Fin gets some acreage in Newfoundland, New Jersey, with an ancient depot in the middle of nowhere when his partner, Henry Styles, also a railway enthusiast. He walks to the train station, where he meets Joe Oramas, a Cuban who runs his sick father’s hot-dog trailer. He also meets Olivia Harris, a clumsy divorced mother who is mourning the loss of her son Sam. The strange trio becomes buddies after a few days.

2. Death At A Funeral (2010)

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Director- Neil LaBute

Everything goes awry at Aaron’s father’s funeral today at the family home. The mistaken body gets deliver by the funeral parlour; a cousin offers her fiancé a Valium from her brother’s apartment, unaware that her brother is a drug dealer. It’s LSD, and the fiancé is completely stone when he arrives for the funeral. Aaron’s younger brother, Ryan, a talented writer, arrives impoverished but arrogant from New York; one uncle is enraged by his daughter’s partner choices, while the other is irritable and nasty. Add an ovulating wife, a jealous ex-boyfriend, and a short stranger who wants to speak with Aaron, and you have a recipe for disaster.

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3. Three billboards Outside Ebbie, Missouri (2017)

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Director- Martin McDonagh

Mildred Hayes, a divorced mother, has been suffering for seven months since her daughter was brutally murdered, and she refuses to accept her loss. Nothing seems to be able to take away the gut-wrenching pain that only a mother feels when her child is murdered; however, in one of those spur-of-the-moment decisions, Mildred will rent three derelict billboards on the outskirts of her town, Ebbing, to declare war on the local police for failing to find the killer. Mildred’s bold black-on-red pronouncements demand answers and the culprit’s head on a platter, and no one is spared in this valiant battle, not even the sick police chief, Willoughby.

4. Rememory (2017)

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Director- Mark Palansky

Sam Bloom, a model, attempts miserably to move on with his life after his brother, Dash Bloom, is killed in a vehicle accident. His final words from Sam Dash. One day, he attends a presentation by Gordon Dunn, a psychologist who has constructed a prototype of a machine that captures, erases, and replays his subjects’ memories. Sam develops a crush on the scientist and follows him around his hotel. When Gordon is murdered in his room, Sam has a lot of people to blame. Then he meets Carolyn Dunn, Gordon’s ex-wife, who agrees to let Sam use the device to investigate each suspect.

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5. I Think We’re Alone Now (2018)

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Director- Reed Morano

Del lives in a basic world. He’s the last known human, and he spends his days burying the dead and cleaning up their dwellings. Grace arrives one day, shattering his perfect existence. He initially ignores her, but he quickly begins to demonstrate his own way of living to her. The revelation of Grace’s parents, as well as a settlement involving thousands of survivors, shatters their fragile relationship. Del returns to his isolated existence, but after the death of Grace, he chooses to seek her out. He doesn’t exactly find “survival” in the settlement.

6. Avenger: Infinity Wars (2018)

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Director(s)-  Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

The Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy learn two years after the Leipzig battle and shortly after the devastation of Asgard that the Mad Titan Thanos is attempting to acquire the Infinity Stones, which are supposed to be the universe’s most powerful treasures. The Avengers and the Guardians, together with Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and Spider-Man, must band together to stop Thanos from unleashing his power and destroying the cosmos.

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7. I Care A Lot (2020)

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Director- J Blakeson

Let’s face it: Marla Grayson, a court-appointed guardian who appears to be pleasant and sympathetic, is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Marla and her equally glamorous lover and partner in crime, Fran, seek affluent seniors, and when they gain control of their property and funds, they rinse them for every penny, thanks to a sophisticated network of heartless care facility directors and dishonest doctors. Mrs Jennifer Peterson, a perfect, sweet cherry with no strings attached, enters the situation, and a dumb court grants cruel Marla complete guardianship. The trouble is, Marla is concerned; nevertheless, so is Jennifer’s hapless protector, who is both faceless and extremely deadly.

8. Cyrano (2021)

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Director- Joe Wright

Cyrano de Bergerac, a chivalrous swordsman and tortured poet, harbours a silent, long-unrequited love for Roxanne, but he is afraid to express his passionate feelings for her. But, like a lion in the battlefield, how could Cyrano be unable of expressing his love? Cyrano must swallow his pride, pledge to preserve the secret to the grave, and offer to ghostwrite fervent love letters for his gorgeous opponent as one thing leads to another and beautiful Roxanne falls in love with the handsome but inarticulate recruit Christian de Neuvillette. However, the duellist’s melancholy heart has always been filled with harsh, unspoken love.