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Lars Ulrich Poster

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Overview (2)

Born in Gentofte, Denmark
Height 5' 5¼" (1.66 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Lars Ulrich was born on December 26, 1963 in Gentofte, Denmark. He is married to Jessica Miller. He was previously married to Skylar Satenstein and Debbie Jones.

Spouse (3)

Skylar Satenstein (26 January 1997 - 2006) (divorced) (2 children)
Debbie Jones (1988 - 1990) (divorced)
Jessica Miller (? - present)

Trade Mark (1)

Powerful drumming

Trivia (15)

Drummer for the heavy metal band Metallica
He immigrated with his family to Los Angeles in 1980 at the age of 16.
His ex-wife, Skylar Satenstein, dated Matt Damon in college. Later on, she became the inspiration for the character played by Minnie Driver in Good Will Hunting (1997), who was also named Skylar.
His father is Torben Ulrich who was a professional tennis player. Lars was a serious tennis player as a child.
Sons Myles (b. August 5, 1998) and Layne (b. May 6, 2001), together with now ex-wife Skylar Satenstein.
Boyfriend of actress Connie Nielsen.
Third son (with actress Connie Nielsen), Bryce Thadeus Ulrich-Nielsen, born May 21, 2007.
His fear of death is the subject of the Metallica song "Frantic".
Good friend of Sean Penn.
Is a huge fan of Oasis.
Has 3 children; Myles (b. August 5, 1998) and Layne (b. May 6, 2001) from a previous marriage with Skylar Satenstein, and Bryce Thadeus Ulrich-Nielsen (b. May 21, 2007), with current girlfriend Connie Nielsen.
Lives in Tiburon, California.
On tour with Metallica supporting 'Death Magnetic". [October 2008]
On holiday for some time before starting the recordings of the new album. [March 2005]
His paternal grandmother, Ulla Meyer, was from a Jewish family with deep roots in Denmark, and his paternal grandfather, Einer Ulrich, was of German origin. His mother's ancestry is Danish and one eighth Jewish.

Personal Quotes (5)

I'm just sittin' here trying not to be unhappy.
What's the message in Metallica? There is no message, but if there was a message, it really should be look within yourself, don't listen to me, don't listen to James, don't listen to anybody, look within yourself for the answers.
Our music comes from our hearts - and it always has.
We got to thank Jethro Tull for not putting out an album this year. (after Metallica won a 1992 Grammy award for "Best Metal Performance", an honor which they lost to Jethro Tull in 1989).
I'd be lying if I didn't tell you I was disappointed. Human nature is that you'd rather win than lose, but Jethro Tull walking away with it makes a huge mockery of the intentions of the event. [on Metallica's Grammy Award loss in 1989]

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