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- Beowulf (2012) Played by Andrew Richards
- Disaster Movie (2008) Played by Ike Barinholtz
- "How It Should Have Ended"
... aka "H.I.S.H.E." - USA (promotional abbreviation)
- How Beowulf Should Have Ended (2008) TV episode, Played by Daniel Baxter
- Beowulf (2007) Played by Ray Winstone
... aka "Beowulf: An IMAX 3D Experience" - USA (IMAX version)
... aka "Beowulf: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version)
- Beowulf: Prince of the Geats (2007) Played by Jayshan Jackson (as Young Beowulf) / Damon Lynch III (as Elder Beowulf)
- Grendel (2007) (TV) Played by Chris Bruno
- Blade of the King Concept Film (2005) Played by Dave Winfrey Jr.
- Beowulf & Grendel (2005) Played by Gerard Butler
- "Xena: Warrior Princess"
- You Are There (2001) TV episode, Played by Renato Bartolomei
- Return of the Valkyrie (2000) TV episode, Played by Renato Bartolomei
- The Ring (2000) TV episode, Played by Renato Bartolomei
- The Rheingold (2000) TV episode, Played by Renato Bartolomei
- The 13th Warrior (1999) Played by Vladimir Kulich (as Buliwyf)
... aka "13 Warriors" - Japan (English title)
- Beowulf (1999) Played by Christopher Lambert
- The Male Swagger (1999) Played by Mike Vick
- Animated Epics: Beowulf (1998) (TV) Played by Joseph Fiennes
- "Mighty Max"
- The Maxnificent Seven (1993) TV episode, Played by Jim Cummings
Xena: [Brunnhilda tells Gabrielle the story of Xena; a flashback of a younger Xena riding slowly through the woods is shown. Odin, the King of the Norse Gods, is heard moaning. Xena rides over to him] Whoa...
[She stops her horse to look at Odin. He is crucified on a tree. A raven is with him]
Xena: Hey, there. Who did you mess with?
Beowulf: No one is capable of doing this to me without my consent.
Xena: What kind of an idiot has himself crucified?
Beowulf: I don't wish to take part in the struggle of life anymore.
Xena: Why would you wanna do that?
Beowulf: I am Odin, king of the Norse Gods. It is my duty to bring peace to the Norse country. Yet as I sit in Valhalla, and watch the bitter struggle called life on this Earth, I ask, "Are we doomed to live in a constant state of endless conflict"?
Xena: Damn straight. That's what makes life so worth living! You know, every day I wake up and I feel pumped by the knowledge that there is always someone around the next corner - someone for me to challenge, to fight, and to conquer.
Beowulf: Someday... someone may conquer you.
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