Belgian actors who were born in 1943

Here are 7 famous actors from Belgium were born in 1943:

Jean-Pierre Talbot

Jean-Pierre Talbot (August 12, 1943 Spa-) is a Belgian actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of Tintin in the 1960s live-action film adaptations of the popular comic book series, The Adventures of Tintin, created by Hergé. After appearing in the films, Talbot continued acting in Belgian theatre and television productions. In addition to his acting career, he also worked as a journalist and news anchor for Belgian television. Talbot has remained a beloved figure among fans of Tintin, and has made several appearances at comic book conventions and other events celebrating the iconic character.

Tuur De Weert

Tuur De Weert (October 10, 1943 Mechelen-) also known as Arthur De Weert is a Belgian actor.

De Weert attended the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and began his career in the theatre. In 1974, he won the Louis d'Or award for his role in the play "Vrijdag". He also acted in several Flemish films and television series, including "Koko Flanel" and "F.C. De Kampioenen". De Weert was a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to many Dutch-language dubs of foreign films and TV series. He retired from acting in 2012. Outside of acting, he was also an accomplished singer and songwriter, releasing several albums throughout his career.

André Ernotte

André Ernotte (June 3, 1943 Liège-March 8, 1999 New York City) also known as Andre Ernotte or Andre Gilbert Ernotte was a Belgian film director, screenwriter, actor and theatre director.

Ernotte's passion for the arts began at a young age, and he studied film at the Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle in Brussels. He later moved to France to work with film legends such as Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut. In 1971, he made his directorial debut with the film "Le Zèbre" starring Thierry Lhermitte and Caroline Cellier. He went on to direct several other films including "Le Dernier Civil" and "Escalier C."

In addition to his work in film, Ernotte was also a respected theatre director, co-founding the avant-garde Théâtre de la Jacquerie in Belgium. He directed plays throughout Europe and the United States, and served as the artistic director of the Théâtre de la Commune in Aubervilliers, France in the 1980s.

Ernotte tragically passed away in 1999 at the age of 55 due to complications from AIDS. However, his contributions to the world of film and theatre continue to inspire future generations of artists.

Michel de Warzee

Michel de Warzee (October 21, 1943 Lubumbashi-) also known as Michel de Warzée, Michel Mayor Warzée Hermalle or Michel le Maire de Warzée d'Hermalle is a Belgian actor. He has one child, Jerome Warzée.

Michel de Warzee began his career as an actor in the 1960s, performing in several plays and productions in Belgium. He gained popularity for his roles in television shows such as "Thierry la Fronde" and "Les Galapiats". In the 1970s, he ventured into cinema and appeared in several French and Belgian films including "L'Horloger de Saint-Paul" and "La Baraka".

Apart from acting, Michel de Warzee also worked as a scriptwriter for television series like "Le Désir dans la peau" and "Les Compagnons de Baal". He also directed and produced a few theater productions during his career.

In addition to his work in entertainment, Michel de Warzee has been actively involved in politics in Belgium. He served as the mayor of Hermalle-sous-Huy from 1982 to 2006 and was also a member of the Walloon Parliament from 1988 to 1991.

Michel de Warzee continues to act and is also involved in charitable activities in his community.

Eddy Asselbergs

Eddy Asselbergs (May 3, 1943 Merksem-) also known as Eddy Annie Joannes Asselbergs is a Belgian actor.

Asselbergs is best known for his work in Flemish cinema and television. He began his acting career in the theater, performing with the Antwerp-based Het Toneelhuis and later with the Royal Flemish Theatre in Brussels. In 1989, he made his film debut with a small role in the comedy "Koko Flanel".

Asselbergs is a versatile actor, known for his ability to play both comedic and dramatic roles. Some of his notable film credits include "Daens" (1992), "Manneken Pis" (1995), and "De Zaak Alzheimer" (2003).

In addition to his work in film and theater, Asselbergs has also appeared on several popular Belgian television shows such as "Witse" and "Flikken".

Asselbergs has received numerous accolades throughout his career, including a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 Ensors, a prestigious Flemish film award ceremony.

Toon Brouwers

Toon Brouwers (April 4, 1943 Antwerp-) is a Belgian actor.

After studying drama at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Toon Brouwers started his career in the 1960s in the Flemish theater scene. He appeared in plays by Samuel Beckett, Anton Chekhov, and many others. In the 1970s, he made his television debut in the television series "Axel Nort" and went on to have a notable career on both television and film. He is best known for his role in the long-running Belgian television series "Witse" (2004-2012) and for his performances in films such as "The Vanishing" (1988) and "Manneken Pis" (1995). Throughout his career, Brouwers has won numerous awards for his contributions to Belgian culture, including the Flemish Culture Prize for Stage Arts in 2002.

Wim Meuwissen

Wim Meuwissen (July 22, 1943 Ghent-) a.k.a. Willem Meuwissen or Wim Meeuwisse is a Belgian actor.

He started his acting career in the late 1960s, appearing in several Belgian movies and TV shows. Meuwissen gained recognition for his role in the 1983 film "Het Meisje met het Rode Haar" (The Girl with the Red Hair), where he portrayed a Nazi officer.

Aside from acting, Meuwissen is also a theater director and has directed productions in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany. His works include adaptations of classic plays such as "Hamlet" and "King Lear."

In addition, Meuwissen is fluent in several languages including Dutch, French, German, and English, which has allowed him to work on international productions throughout his career.

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