This is the context for the word "lived"
I'm watching this mini-documentary on youtube, about the movie "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". In it, there is this makeup artist, who talks about creating the main character in the movie, called Lisbeth Salander, played by Rooney Mara. She's this sort of, punk/emo girl who is supposed to have this very specific style. She talks about how hard it was to achieve this, and how they managed to do it. This is an excerpt of the conversation:
There's this guy that I really love, that I worked with for years off and on, and I know him as an acquaintance and our friend, and his name is Danillo Dixon, and he's probably like a bit older than I am, he's like, lived all over the world, and so when I brought I'm up to see Ann and David [Fincher the director of the movie] when they were talking about cutting Rooney's hair I was like: if this guy can't get it [meaning make her look authentic and like a real punk girl] no one's gonna get it, because he's definitely in the fashion business but he's so real and lived and knows the punk scene.
So what that the word lived mean here?
Merriam Webster def for "live" : to have a life rich in experience the boy who is mentally alert lives more in a day than a dull boy does in a month