After graduating in economics at the University of Amsterdam (with the second study philosophy) I went in 1999 to the Amsterdam Theatre School. In 2003 I graduated there with the solo performance Suddervlees directed by René van t Hof.
The first years after college played, I wrote and directed several theater productions in the Netherlands, after which I joined the Flemish theater company Ontroerend Goed. From 2005 to 2007 I was part of the artistic core and we grew into a structurally subsidized company. We wrote and played several shows including The Smile off your Face (winner of international awards including Edinburgh Fringe 2007 and Adelaide 2008).
After four full years of playing, writing and directing in both Belgium and the Netherlands decided in 2007 I returned to the Netherlands and me to focus entirely on the acting.
In 2012, I won for my role in the short film ‘self-preservation’ the ‘Best Actor’ at the Delta Shorts on Film by the Sea 2012.
Besides my work as an actor the voiceover work took a flight and I became the permanent voice for radio and TV commercials of major brands such as Gamma, Centraal Beheer Achmea, Holland Casino and the STER. The experience I gained from years in the studio every week to sit enabled me to himself to be evaluated, which resulted in an own professional recording studio. Since then, I speak not only for national television commercials, but also for local commercials, e-learning and corporate films – both in the Netherlands and abroad.
I played as an actor in theater and New West, Kassys, the Peer Group, Annette Plays, Spotted Dog, Mutual and The Parade.
I was recently featured in the major theaters of the Netherlands and Flanders. in 2011 I made my debut in musical debut
in Monty Python’s Spamalot for V & V of Flanders and Musical. In the same year I made my opera debut as Aida Radamès in at the Dutch Opera, directed by Lotte de Beer, with Holland Symfonia, conducted by Otto Tausk. In 2012 I played with puppeteer Siem van Leeuwen and the Northern Dutch Orchestra in “The Orchestra of the Age”, a series of youth concerts conducted by Hans Leenders, directed by Floris van Delft.