Belgian actresses who were born in 1973

Here are 5 famous actresses from Belgium were born in 1973:

Lubna Azabal

Lubna Azabal (August 15, 1973 Brussels-) a.k.a. Lubna Azaabal is a Belgian actor.

She was born to a Moroccan father and a Spanish mother and grew up speaking three languages: French, Spanish, and Arabic. Azabal started her acting career in a Belgian TV series in the mid-1990s and later appeared in several French films. In 2005, she gained international recognition for her dynamic performance in the Oscar-nominated film "Paradise Now." Azabal has since starred in numerous critically acclaimed films, including "Incendies" (2010), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. She has also appeared in TV series such as "Occupied" and "The Looming Tower." Azabal is known for her versatility as an actor and her ability to bring complex and nuanced characters to life on screen.

Tania Kloek

Tania Kloek (January 12, 1973 Antwerp-) is a Belgian actor. She has two children, Juliette Van Bauwel and Achiel Maurice Ameye.

Tania Kloek got her start in theater in the 1990s, participating in productions for the Jeugd en Theaterhuis (youth and theater house) group in Antwerp. Her breakthrough in television came in 2004 when she starred in the popular Belgian soap opera "Thuis" (Home). She played the role of Peggy Verbeeck for six years before leaving the show in 2010 to pursue other projects. Throughout her career, Kloek has acted in several other TV series and films, including "Familie" (Family) and "Pulsations". In addition to acting, Kloek is also a trained dancer and has performed with various dance companies in Belgium. Kloek is known for her dedication to social causes, particularly those focused on improving the lives of children.

Sandrine André

Sandrine André (February 22, 1973 Antwerp-) is a Belgian actor.

Sandrine André was born in Antwerp, Belgium on February 22, 1973. She developed a passion for acting from a young age and pursued her dream by studying at Studio Herman Teirlinck in Antwerp. After completing her studies, she started her career in theater acting and then transitioned to on-screen appearances.

In 2000, André made her debut on the Belgian soap opera "Thuis" where she played the character of Katrien. This role launched her career as a television actor and she went on to appear in several popular Belgian TV series, including "Witse," "Aspe," and "Familie."

Aside from her television work, André has also acted in a number of films, including "Waste Land," "Flysk," and "Dode Hoek." Her performances have been critically acclaimed and she has won several awards for her work, including the Best Actress award at the Montreal World Film Festival for her role in "Waste Land."

In addition to acting, André is also involved in charity work and is a goodwill ambassador for the Red Cross. She is married and has two daughters.

Francoise Gillard

Francoise Gillard (May 6, 1973 Charleroi-) a.k.a. Françoise Gilard sociétaire à la Comédie-Française is a Belgian actor.

Francoise Gillard started her acting career in Belgium, where she attended the National Institute of Performing Arts in Brussels. In 1997, she moved to Paris and joined the prestigious Comédie-Française, one of the oldest and most prestigious theaters in the world, where she became a sociétaire in 2008.

Throughout her career, Francoise has portrayed numerous memorable characters on both stage and screen. She has been nominated for Molière Awards, the highest theatrical honor in France, twice: once for her role of Marianne in the play "Tartuffe" and a second time for her performance in the play "La Nuit des Rois".

Aside from her theater work, Francoise Gillard has also appeared in several French films and television shows, such as "The Monk", "The Returned", and "Call My Agent!". Her ability to transition seamlessly between stage and screen has made her a beloved figure in the world of French performing arts.

Jaela Cole

Jaela Cole (December 28, 1973 Antwerp-) is a Belgian actor.

She gained popularity for her work in theater productions and later transitioned to television and film. Cole received critical acclaim for her performance in the play "Angels in America" by Tony Kushner. She made her onscreen debut in the Belgian TV series "Windkracht 10" in 2001, and has since been involved in several notable film and TV projects, including "The Treatment," "Code 37," and "The Broken Circle Breakdown." In addition to acting, Cole is also a vocal advocate for social and environmental causes, and has been involved in various charity organizations throughout her career.

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