Belgian actors who were born in 1962

Here are 6 famous actors from Belgium were born in 1962:

Kris Cuppens

Kris Cuppens (May 22, 1962 Maaseik-) is a Belgian actor and writer.

He is known for his powerful performances in Flemish and Dutch films, television series, and theater productions. Before his acting career, Cuppens was a political journalist for various newspapers, but turned to acting to pursue his love for the arts. He made his acting debut in the late 1980s and quickly gained recognition for his performances in films such as "Manneken Pis" and "The Alzheimer Case". Cuppens has also worked extensively in theater, where he has showcased his versatility and range as an actor. In addition to his acting, he is also a writer and has written several plays and books. His work as a playwright has been well-received, with his play "Zwarte vogels, gele regen" being nominated for the prestigious Taalunie Toneelschrijfprijs award. In his free time, Cuppens supports several charities and is an advocate for animal rights.

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Erik Van Looy

Erik Van Looy (April 26, 1962 Deurne, Belgium-) otherwise known as Erik Ludovicus Maria van Looy is a Belgian film director, screenwriter and actor. He has one child, Lucas Van Looy.

Van Looy is known for directing thrillers such as "The Memory of a Killer" and "Loft". He started his career as a television presenter in the late 1980s and became widely popular with his game show "De Slimste Mens ter Wereld" (The Smartest Person in the World), which he has hosted since 2003. His directorial debut was in 1991 with the film "Ad Fundum". Van Looy has received several nominations and awards for his work, including the Magritte Award for Best Director in 2013 for "The Memory of a Killer" and the Ensor Award for Best Director in 2019 for "De Premier" (The Prime Minister).

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Thierry Hancisse

Thierry Hancisse (November 20, 1962 Liège-) a.k.a. Thierry Hancisse de la Comédie Française is a Belgian actor.

He is best known for his work with the Comédie Française, where he has been a member since 1995. Prior to joining the prestigious theatre company, Hancisse appeared in various French films and television shows. He has also worked in theatre productions outside of the Comédie Française, including productions at the Théâtre du Nord and Théâtre National Populaire. Apart from acting, Hancisse has also directed several theatre productions, including his own adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play "The Seagull" in 2013. In addition to his native French, Hancisse also speaks fluent English and German.

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Filip Peeters

Filip Peeters (December 2, 1962 Anderlecht-) otherwise known as Philip Peeters is a Belgian actor. He has two children, Louisa Peeters and Leonce Peeters.

Peeters began his acting career in the 1990s and has since appeared in numerous film, television, and stage productions. Some of his most notable roles include his portrayals of August Michiels in "Zone Stad," Jean Van Impe in "Flikken," and Julien Breemersch in "Dubbelleven."

Aside from acting, Peeters has also worked as a director and producer. He has directed several short films and TV movies, including "The Perfect Smile" and "The Café." He also produced the popular Flemish crime drama "Coppers."

Peeters is known for his versatile acting skills and his ability to portray complex and multifaceted characters. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, he is also an active supporter of various charities and social causes.

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Ben Crabbé

Ben Crabbé (November 12, 1962 Tienen-) also known as Benjamin Bert Carl Crabbé, Benjamin Crabbé or Benjamin Bert Carl (Ben) Crabbé is a Belgian tv personality, actor and musician. His child is called Lex Crabbé.

Ben Crabbé started his career as a drummer in various rock bands before transitioning to television in the early 1990s. He became a household name in Belgium as the host of the popular music quiz show "Popquiz" which aired from 1990-1996. He later hosted a variety of other shows including "De Tabel van Mendelejev," a science quiz show, and "Blokken," a quiz show that focused on language and general knowledge.

In addition to his television work, Crabbé has also had a successful acting career. He has appeared in several Flemish TV series, including "Wittekerke" and "Thuis," as well as in a number of films.

Crabbé is also known for his love of music, and has released several albums both as a solo artist and with his band, The El Fish. He is particularly passionate about blues music and has performed as a guest musician with several blues bands in Belgium and the Netherlands.

Outside of his career, Crabbé is also a dedicated collector of vintage drum kits and has been featured in several magazines and documentaries about vintage drumming. He is married and has one son, Lex Crabbé, who is also a musician.

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Armand Eloi

Armand Eloi (August 29, 1962 Liège-) is a Belgian actor.

He is best known for his work in Belgian and French cinema since the mid-1980s. Eloi began his career in theater and later transitioned to film, working in both French and Belgian productions. He has appeared in a variety of genres, from drama to comedy to horror. Eloi is also a frequent collaborator of Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, having appeared in several of their acclaimed films including "The Promise" and "Two Days, One Night". In addition to his acting work, Eloi is also a writer and director, and has helmed several short films. He continues to work in the film industry, both in front of and behind the camera, and is considered one of the most respected actors in Belgian cinema.

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