Belgian actresses who deceased in 2002

Here are 3 famous actresses from Belgium died in 2002:

Jeanne Verstraete

Jeanne Verstraete (September 17, 1912 Antwerp-October 11, 2002 Leeuwarden) also known as Jeanne Albertina Pauline de Graef or Jeanne Albertina Pauline Verstraete was a Belgian actor. Her children are called Jules Croiset and Hans Croiset.

Jeanne Verstraete was born to a family of actors and actresses, and grew up in the world of theater. She made her acting debut in 1936 in the play "Ah, Doctor!" at the Netherlands Theatre in Antwerp. She went on to perform in numerous plays, both in Belgium and in the Netherlands, and became one of the most respected actresses of her time.

In addition to her work on stage, Verstraete also appeared in several films, including "Het mysterie van de Mondscheinsonate" (1935), "Ergens in Nederland" (1940), and "De klop op de deur" (1962). Her most famous film role was in "Het bittere kruid" (1985), for which she won the Golden Calf award for Best Supporting Actress.

Verstraete was married to the Dutch actor Max Croiset, and together they had two sons, Jules Croiset and Hans Croiset, who went on to become acclaimed actors in their own right. Verstraete passed away in 2002 in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden at the age of 90, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest actresses of her generation.

Gella Allaert

Gella Allaert (September 8, 1910 Ostend-March 18, 2002 Antwerp) was a Belgian actor. Her child is called Frank Aendenboom.

Gella Allaert was born in Ostend, Belgium in 1910. She began her acting career in the 1930s and quickly became a prolific performer in both film and theater. Her work in the arts continued throughout World War II, and she was known for her versatile performances and her ability to adapt to different roles.

In addition to her successful acting career, Allaert was also a mother to her son, Frank Aendenboom, who followed in her footsteps to become an actor in his own right. She continued to work well into her later years and remained a beloved figure in the Belgian entertainment industry until her death in Antwerp in 2002 at the age of 91. Throughout her career, Allaert was remembered for her talent, her grace, and her dedication to her craft.

Alice De Graef

Alice De Graef (March 16, 1930 Mortsel-November 24, 2002 Borgerhout) was a Belgian actor.

She began her acting career in theater and television, appearing in many popular Belgian productions. She then went on to feature in several films, including "Max Havelaar" (1976) and "Benvenuta" (1983), which earned her critical acclaim for her performances. De Graef was known for her versatility and ability to portray complex characters with ease. She continued acting until her death in 2002, leaving behind a legacy of memorable roles that made her one of Belgium's most beloved performers.

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