I graduated from the Amsterdam Theatre School in 2013. The first years I played, I wrote and directed theater performances in the Netherlands. After that I joined in the Flemish collective Ontroerend goed. From 2005 to 2007 I was part of the artistic core and we grew into a structurally subsidized company, creating many performances and plays every year. I wrote and performed shows including The Smile off your Face (winner of international awards, for example at Edinburgh Fringe 2007 and Adelaide 2008). Later I performed in the biggest theatres in The Netherlands and Belgium. For example Carré in Amsterdam or Stadsschouwburg Antwerpen. In recent years I tend to act more in front of the camera in films and television series.

Earlier theatre work

In 2011 I perfomed multiple characters in the blockbuster musical Monty Python’s Spamalot in The Netherlands and Belgium. In the same year I had my opera debut as Radamès in Aida at the Dutch Opera (alongside magnificent tenor Cor Jan Dusseljee). Aïda was directed by Lotte de Beer, who I met when I played the role of Lopachin in her graduation play The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. In 2012 I played a series of youth concerts with the Northern Dutch Orchestra and Hollands best puppeteer Siem van Leeuwen. The play was conducted by Hans Leenders and directed by Floris van Delft. Before this I played with a wide variety of theater groups as New West, Kassys, the Peer Group, Annette Speelt, Bonte Hond, Wederzijds, and The Parade. For pictures and more material see the categories below. For full CV or more information, send an email or call +31611293772.