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Dolph Lundgren | On healing and forgiveness | TEDxFulbrightSantaMonica

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The movie Rocky IV turned Dolph Lundgren aka Soviet boxer Ivan Drago into a Hollywood star. Exactly 30 years later the Fulbrighter Dolph Lundgren shares his personal fight worth fighting with a live audience at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. “If you heal yourself you can heal others” is the message of this surprising TEDxFulbright talk about a fighter who became a social activist. Best known for his performance in Rocky IV as Ivan Drago, Dolph has starred in over 50 films. He was awarded a Fulbright to MIT after graduating at the head of his class in chemical engineering at the Royal Inst. of Technology in Stockholm. He also completed an exchange program with the University of Sydney. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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guynxtdork (1 день назад)
"Those months literally changed my lives". Yes, "lives". Don't be gullible people. He's just another attention seeker.
John Rambo (3 дня назад)
God bless you Dolph, you are putting back good into this world that needs real heros like yourself and fighting for those who cant fight for themselves due to the circumstances their in, please keep it up.
William Chen (3 дня назад)
Ivan Drago needs to watch this Ted Talk. Like if you agree.
How to Cut a Tree with a Herring (4 дня назад)
This is one fine swedish product
Wildcat72 Cardboard (5 дней назад)
Sub. my channel. Thank you.
Rogue Standards (5 дней назад)
Comment before watching - Wow i didn't know he did a ted talk. It doesn't surprise me given his background with science and studies. This is going to be very interesting.
thegreatari (6 дней назад)
Wow! Best Ted Talks ever! Lot of respect for him and what he just did!
James Clutts (6 дней назад)
Amazing a true warrior!!! So much respect ...
Michael Chiu (6 дней назад)
Wonderful talk. I didn't know a thing about this guy apart from his films and it's amazing to see this other side to him. He has a wonderful perspective on life & I have a newfound respect for Dolph as a person. Adds a bit more weight to his role in Creed 2 too. Truly inspiring.
moreno franco (7 дней назад)
A lot of courage to stand up in public, to stand up and make these admissions, to a bunch of strangers. Way to go Dolf! Love Ya... Go Man!
DJ KO (8 дней назад)
We can always see that darkness inside
diane gonzalez (9 дней назад)
👍🇺🇸
P.J. Davis (9 дней назад)
There wasn’t allot of forgiveness in Creed 2 😂
Amy P (9 дней назад)
I hope he learns about Jesus Christ and his salvation too. I'm glad things are doing better for his life.
coopsmusicvision (10 дней назад)
wow great speech!
shugertits (10 дней назад)
Anybody notice the weird edit and voice-over at 5:42? I wonder what he really said?
Billy Hughes (11 дней назад)
Amazing story and talk.
pamix20 (11 дней назад)
Wow didn't think I'd sit through the entire talk! It was such a delight to listen! God Bless You Dolph and glad you've made your peace!
BABY ALEX (11 дней назад)
2:14 I never freeeeeezeeee
george piddington (11 дней назад)
This resonates so much my father did the same to me but not to my brother and sisters only me
D M (11 дней назад)
Would like to see either him or Alexander Skårsgaard in Vikings.
박앵커의 뭉치 영어 (11 дней назад)
Always wondered about Dolph's story. Thought he could've been much bigger in Hollywood. It's comforting to see he has found peace and meaning in his life.
Blue G (11 дней назад)
Well done.
NorCaLove1 (11 дней назад)
Ted talks is therapy in itself
Greg Medina (11 дней назад)
I knew none of this, but as weird as it may sound, I DID suspect there was more to him than the Hollywood image...I am so impressed by him...OMG...he is lovely...so glad I watched this...God Bless Dolph always.
The clueless Forester (11 дней назад)
5:39 to 5:40 anyone else notice the very sloppy voice over edit?? Hmmmm wonder what he really said? 🤔🤔🤔🤔
Guide to Street Magic (11 дней назад)
Isn't that Constantine Kovar from Arrow?
YCJ (11 дней назад)
HE HAS THE POWER!
Shika Mondes (11 дней назад)
President Drago has a nice ring to it.
kurgan highlander (12 дней назад)
so does he forgive Rocky then for defeating him?
Gary Laubscher (12 дней назад)
When this got to 2.36 I already parted ways with many tears, as this is just like my life was, it is terrible and hard to go public, I respect you for opening up like that, you are a mirror of my young life, it is hard to talk about, thanks, I respect you a lot for this. When I was in the military at 18 , I started boxing, and although I was never any good I did it to release all the pressure over the previous years and I was beaten up a lot, and I actually enjoyed it as it released me from those days, hard to explain, but I feel your pain, I know all about and how it was. Thanks for this.
Derek Hinds (12 дней назад)
I can relate to this. Much Respect for Dolph!👍👍😎
丂ㄖㄩ尺卂ᐯ (12 дней назад)
*To the END*
reformedfruit (13 дней назад)
I honestly knew little about him beyond Rocky IV. This was surprisingly insightful.
Harper of Dark (13 дней назад)
We have heroes, we have movie stars, and we have Dolph.
8TK8 guy (13 дней назад)
I am a Saudi from kingdom of saudi Arabia and i had the same experience if not worse ,but im no famous like him and believe me compared to mine , his was a glass of water , but i appreciate his share of privacy.
Jon Ericson (13 дней назад)
I remember seeing him play a American after hearing him in Rocky, Masters of the Universe, etc, only a couple years after those had come out, suprised me greatly hearing his accent pretty much gone.
V.O. Antioch (13 дней назад)
Great comeback...
Cc (13 дней назад)
That was so interesting. Just shows you can look at someone and think they have a perfect life but you never know. Every thing he said is right, unless you heal yourself you're no good to anyone else.
u2good2b4gotn (13 дней назад)
I know no one noticed this, but Lundgren started off with some uncertainty when he told his story. Than he began gesturing as he felt himself connect with the audience. Watching him "open up" in front of the audience as they became in synch with him was a beautiful thing to watch.
Ennis Del Mar (13 дней назад)
Imagine Dolph In movies like "a beautiful mind". he could have been an artist actor.
Stephen Troup (13 дней назад)
"I vil brak you!"...but then I'll forgive you and put you back together again. Wow, what an amazing man, much respect for having the courage to change and to tell his story.
Robert Padua (13 дней назад)
RESPECT!
Venu Venu (14 дней назад)
Excellent one sir .. Inspired
buggaboo333 (14 дней назад)
The greatest tragedy in the world is the suffering of children in abusive homes. The very place and people who should offer refuge from the storm create it. These little ones have no way out, no voice. They suffer unjustly. They grow up, usually, to face problems most of us will never understand. Dolf was lucky to break out it. Most don't and never will. If you want a better world, be a better parent, uncle, aunt, cousin etc.
Dee Dish (14 дней назад)
What an interesting man.
kray421 (14 дней назад)
What kind of trickery was that @ 5:40
Doug Morgan (14 дней назад)
inspirational
jskrabac (14 дней назад)
How is this guy better looking at 60 than he was in his 20s?!
Lionel Wilson (14 дней назад)
I like this guy.
Pete Nice (14 дней назад)
Thanks for making me cry at work Dolph Lundgren
Dimitris Telis Vlogs (14 дней назад)
Great talk
CaptPostmod (14 дней назад)
There's a piece of that freezing that Dolph left out, maybe he didn't have it. Sometimes when you freeze, you get a hero to help. Not a real person, because there's not anything a real person can do in the moment. But you call someone in fantasy. Rocky, Spider-man, Arnold. Dolph Lundgren wouldn't be a bad hero to have had.
Steve Rigby (14 дней назад)
That is good
Ras Mc (14 дней назад)
Wow
Hay Stack (15 дней назад)
awsome Dolph so glad you can help people and share your experiences so people dont think theyre alone, youre a huge juggernaut but even you had to come back from trauma
lwandile dube (15 дней назад)
5:00 LOL!
David E (15 дней назад)
I must break you, _then_ heal you.
Munchkins Los Apestegui's (15 дней назад)
I still don't understand much what he wanted to share. Is that he have a bad childhood as many of us we had? Did he forgive his father? How is his relation with him now?. I really don't know what he tried to say.
Ed (15 дней назад)
Ivan Drago giving that Ted Talk after his wife left him and his son for a second time!
Hayden Philbert (15 дней назад)
I can definitely relate...
Hayden Philbert (15 дней назад)
I used to love him as a kid😁
Christopher Bisinais (15 дней назад)
Met him in the mid 90s at the premier of Planet Hollywood opening in San Antonio he is a genuine intelligent individual very much the person everyone describes that has met him .
Susan Beal (15 дней назад)
Very emotional and unexpected! I gave a new respect for him now. Praises and blessings on his path!
Gem Design Jewelers (15 дней назад)
Awesome stuff. I was always a fan and it’s great to see someone your grow up watching on the big screen be so real and humble. This video will help so many. Myself included. So genuine and brilliant.
Joe (15 дней назад)
Yes, Dolph should become their new minister of foreign affairs.
Mr Waters (16 дней назад)
same thing happened to me...long live dolph for this presentation
Lambert Ng (16 дней назад)
Hero !!!
Robert Sissons (16 дней назад)
He speaks so well, so clearly. and English is his second language..gives us all hope.
nutrol (16 дней назад)
God bless. God bless. God bless
175elias (17 дней назад)
Wow
spookmineer (17 дней назад)
In the 80's I knew him as this butch actor, later I knew he's extremely smart (google dolph lundgren iq) and now he is opening up about his past with this Ted talk. What he does here is extremely brave, given the current time of internet and media sensation. Utmost respect.
Lady Fire (17 дней назад)
An amazing, incredible, and HUMBLE human being! So impressed and grateful to him for sharing his story and for helping others. Kudos, Mr. Lundgren!
Peter O'Toole (17 дней назад)
3 years later and I just saw this - powerful.
Mike Mike (17 дней назад)
There is no forgiveness I will break you
JOE BALLS (17 дней назад)
NICE GUY....
elibutton (17 дней назад)
Wow - very insightful and superb. I had no idea about his past. Awesome job!!
Matien Azemy (17 дней назад)
He... is... so calming! Thank you for your important message.
Andras Sideri (18 дней назад)
This is truly a great man inside and out. Let’s hear it for Dolph
Geekweb (18 дней назад)
After a minute of listening I was like.. whaaaat?
irisheyes317 (18 дней назад)
Looks like he revisited the role that made him famous at the right time. Drago goes through a journey too when he realizes how his pride is affecting his son
Opa Hmar (15 дней назад)
I've seen this video before and watched the movie today. I thought a lot about how apt this talk was. Thank goodness someone wrote about it.
BROLY SÚPER SAYAN (18 дней назад)
Woau
Saladdin Yudono (18 дней назад)
Very happy he's in Aquaman. This guy is Alpha Male highest order
Mark Hansen (18 дней назад)
He's awesome. I knew he had an engineering degree, but I never imagined him like this. I always thought he looked like a blonde, Swedish Keith Richards with an alcohol problem and not much longer to live. Turns out he's got his head screwed on just right.
Michael Russell (18 дней назад)
Clemson.. sweet... but USC better.. Go Cocks
kimananda999 (19 дней назад)
Rocky IV is my all time favorite movie. This is great stuff from Ivan
Niger Congo (19 дней назад)
20 million slaves in the world today and yes it goes on in America too. Respect for this man's ability to face his own abuse; and then try to help others from being abused.
Juanco_"C.E.O." (19 дней назад)
Damn I never knew this about Drago. Great man, very inspirational. I might need therapy myself, but it gets too expensive so I don't get the help I probably need. Hopefully one day soon I will.
Scott Johnson (19 дней назад)
Wow.I so needed that.! Damn.
htothejay (19 дней назад)
Insane He become world famous actor almost by accident. Cool guy for sure
Aman Arab (19 дней назад)
Amazing ❤️ tack så mycket för att dela med oss din historia,upplevelser. Bara underbart tal. 👍
J J (19 дней назад)
I love this! Bravo, Dolph! I now see where the power behind the painful role in Creed II comes from.
LA Woman68 (19 дней назад)
What a great man. I met him in 1996 at the NBA AllStar weekend in San Antonio. Standing at the baggage claim at the airport and I couldn't believe he was standing right next to me. He was so mild and kind. Not Drago at all. <3 He's so brilliant!!
MiaMillaBuggies (20 дней назад)
My heart💔💔💔💔💔
Ming Fai Ho (20 дней назад)
If he cries, he cries...
camillako (20 дней назад)
Should get together with diamond Dallas page
Rothline (20 дней назад)
That was a beautiful message.
ray whorton (21 день назад)
Don't let this distract you from the fact that he killed Apollo Creed....just kidding. I was very blessed by this video.
M K (21 день назад)
God Bless you Dolph...peace be with you!
GREATWHITE2 (21 день назад)
Mr. Lundgren DESERVED a standing ovation!!!!!!

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