Belgian actors who were born in 1966

Here are 10 famous actors from Belgium were born in 1966:

Alberto Rey

Alberto Rey (November 12, 1966 Brussels-) also known as Alberto Sancez, Alberto, Alberto Ray, Emilio Sancez, Albert Louis, Alberto Sanchez or Emilio Sanchez is a Belgian pornographic film actor, film director and actor.

He has acted in over 500 adult films and directed over 100 films. He began his career in the adult film industry in the late 1980s and has since become a well-known figure in the industry. In addition to his work in adult films, Rey has also produced and directed mainstream films under his real name, Alberto Sanchez.

Rey has received numerous awards for his work in the adult film industry, including Best Actor and Best Director awards in Europe and the United States. He has also been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame and the XRCO Hall of Fame.

Outside of his work in the adult film industry, Rey is also a visual artist, specializing in paintings and installations. He has exhibited his artwork in galleries and museums around the world, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Rey is known for his activism and advocacy work, particularly in his efforts to bring attention to the issues faced by Latino performers in the adult film industry. He has been a vocal advocate for performer rights and safety, and has worked with organizations such as the Free Speech Coalition and the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee.

Dirk Tuypens

Dirk Tuypens (May 9, 1966 Mechelen-) is a Belgian actor.

Dirk Tuypens is best known for his work in Flemish cinema, television series and theatre productions. He graduated from the Higher Institute for Dramatic Arts in Antwerp and started his career on stage in the early 1990s. He made his film debut in 1997 in the comedy-drama film "Alles moet weg" and has since appeared in a number of successful films including "De Zaak Alzheimer", "Loft", and "The Broken Circle Breakdown". Tuypens has also received critical acclaim for his roles in popular television series such as "Witse", "Code 37" and "Eigen Kweek". In addition to his acting work, he is also a writer and has published several plays.

Rémy Belvaux

Rémy Belvaux (November 10, 1966 Namur, Belgium-September 4, 2006 Orry-la-Ville) a.k.a. Remy Belvaux or Rémy Nicolas Lucien Belvaux was a Belgian film producer, film director, actor, screenwriter and film editor.

Belvaux is most known for his mockumentary film "Man Bites Dog" which he co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in. The film's dark comedy and controversial subject matter earned critical acclaim and was praised for its innovative style. Belvaux continued to work in the film industry, directing and writing several other films, including "Pas de C4 pour Daniel-Daniel" and "Just For One Night". He also acted in films such as "Mauvais Genre" and "La Promesse". Belvaux tragically passed away at the age of 39 from a heart attack.

Serge Falck

Serge Falck (April 19, 1966 Schoten-) also known as Serge Dierckx is a Belgian actor and screenwriter.

He started his acting career in the 1990s with several roles in popular Belgian TV series such as "Flikken" and "Witse". He also appeared in several films including "De Zaak Alzheimer" and "Loft". In addition to acting, Falck has also worked as a screenwriter on various projects including the TV series "Flikken" and the film "Het Vonnis". Outside of his career in the entertainment industry, Falck is known for his activism and support of animal rights organizations.

Victor Zaidi

Victor Zaidi (August 29, 1966 Mortsel-) also known as Victor Zaïdi or Vickske is a Belgian actor.

He is best known for his performances in Flemish film and television industry. Victor started his career as a child actor, making his debut in the 1973 TV series "Wij, Heren van Zichem." Since then, he has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including "Ciske de Rat," "Thuis," and "F.C. De Kampioenen."

Apart from acting, Victor is also a prolific voice actor and has lent his voice to several animated characters in Flemish-dubbed versions of international films. In addition to his acting career, Victor is also a theater artist and has performed in various plays in Belgium.

Victor has won several awards for his acting performances, including the Best Actor award at the Ghent International Film Festival for his role in the film "Manneken Pis." He is also a goodwill ambassador for the Belgian charity organization, Damiaanactie, and actively supports various social causes.

Outside of his work as an actor and social activist, Victor is also a keen cyclist and has participated in several charity cycling events. He is married and has two children.

Michael Pas

Michael Pas (September 21, 1966 Schoten-) otherwise known as Michaël Pas is a Belgian actor. His child is called Simon Pas.

Michael Pas graduated from the Koninklijk Conservatorium Antwerpen and began his acting career in the early 1990s. He gained recognition for his performances in several Flemish films, including "Sea of Silence" and "The Alzheimer Case." In addition to his film work, he has also appeared in numerous television series, such as "Zone Stad" and "Flikken."

Pas is also an accomplished theatre actor, having worked with several prominent theatre companies in Belgium and the Netherlands. Some of his notable stage performances include "Zoo Story," "Fatal Attraction," and "Amadeus."

Aside from his acting career, Pas is also a passionate advocate for environmental causes and works as a biodiversity ambassador for the city of Antwerp. He is actively involved in several conservation projects and believes in raising awareness about the importance of preserving wildlife and natural habitats.

Jan Bijvoet

Jan Bijvoet (December 28, 1966 Antwerp-) is a Belgian actor, musician and guitarist.

He studied acting at the Studio Herman Teirlinck in Antwerp and later worked in theater and television before transitioning to film. Bijvoet has appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films, including "Borgman" (2013), which was a Cannes Film Festival selection and earned him rave reviews for his lead performance. He has also starred in "Embrace of the Serpent" (2015), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In addition to his acting career, Bijvoet is a talented musician and guitarist, and has composed music for several theater productions. He is known for his eclectic taste in music, drawing inspiration from a wide range of genres and musical traditions.

Didier van der Hove

Didier van der Hove (December 13, 1966 Brussels-) is a Belgian actor.

He started his acting career in the late 1980s and has since appeared in several Belgian and international films and television series. Van der Hove is best known for his roles in Belgian films such as "Le Huitième Jour" and "Les Enfants de l'Amour". He has also appeared in international productions like "In Bruges" and "The Fifth Estate". His work has earned him several awards and nominations, including the Best Actor Award at the Namur International French-Language Film Festival in 2010. When he is not acting, van der Hove is a dedicated advocate for environmentalism and social justice.

Stéphane De Groodt

Stéphane De Groodt (March 3, 1966 Brussels-) a.k.a. Stephane De Groodt is a Belgian comedian, actor and race car driver.

De Groodt began his career as a journalist before transitioning to comedy. He first gained fame as a writer and performer on the Belgian sketch comedy show "Le Jardin Extraordinaire." He then went on to write and star in his own one-man shows, which have been performed in France, Belgium and Switzerland.

In addition to his comedy work, De Groodt is an accomplished race car driver, having competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times. He is also a published author, with several books to his name.

De Groodt is perhaps best known to international audiences for his appearances in films such as "The Brand New Testament" and "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets," as well as the TV series "Call My Agent!"

Eric da Costa

Eric da Costa (June 4, 1966 Binche-) is a Belgian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1990s, appearing in various French and Belgian films. Da Costa gained critical acclaim and international recognition for his role as Mario in the 1996 film "The Eighth Day" directed by Jaco Van Dormael. He also appeared in the films "Le Bal Masqué" and "The Truce".

In addition to his film work, Da Costa has also appeared in several television series such as "Julie Lescaut", "Femmes de Loi" and "Plus Belle La Vie". He is known for his versatile acting skills, having taken on a variety of roles in both drama and comedy genres.

Apart from his acting career, Da Costa is also a passionate musician and has released several albums over the years. He is fluent in French, Dutch, and English, and has worked extensively in both French and Belgian cinema.

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