Dutch actors who were born in 1974

Here are 8 famous actors from Netherlands were born in 1974:

Tygo Gernandt

Tygo Gernandt (April 7, 1974 Amsterdam-) is a Dutch actor and voice actor.

He began his career in the late 1990s, earning critical acclaim for his role in the film "Van God Los." He went on to become a popular television actor in the Netherlands, appearing in shows like "Bloedverwanten" and "Baantjer." Gernandt is also well known as a voice actor, providing the Dutch voices for characters like Hiccup in the "How to Train Your Dragon" films and Aladdin in the live-action remake. In recent years, he has expanded his reach into international film and television, appearing in projects like "The Last Kingdom" and "The Exception." Outside of his acting work, Gernandt is also a recognized DJ, known for his energetic sets at music festivals throughout Europe.

Waldemar Torenstra

Waldemar Torenstra (March 29, 1974 Amsterdam-) otherwise known as Waldemar Govinda Torenstra or WaldemarTorenstra is a Dutch actor. He has two children, Robin Torenstra and Ravi Torenstra.

Waldemar Torenstra initially studied archaeology before switching to acting. He began his acting career in the late 1990s and has since appeared in numerous Dutch films, TV shows, and theater productions. Some of his notable performances include his role in the TV series "Divorce" and the film "Bride Flight." Torenstra has also been recognized for his theater work, winning the prestigious Louis d'Or award for his performance in the play "Bed Scenes." In addition to his acting career, Torenstra is also involved in various philanthropic endeavors, particularly those related to the environment and animal welfare.

Ron Smoorenburg

Ron Smoorenburg (April 30, 1974 Nieuwegein-) also known as Ron Smoorenberg, Ronny Smoorenberg or रॉनी स्मूरंबर्ग is a Dutch actor and stunt performer.

Ron Smoorenburg is best known for his work in Hollywood and Hong Kong cinema, where he has worked with some of the biggest action stars in the industry. He began his career as a stunt performer in the late 90s and quickly gained a reputation for his exceptional martial arts skills and stunt work. He has worked on numerous films, including "Hitman", "Tomb Raider", "The Expendables 2", and "Rush Hour 3".

Aside from his work as a stunt performer, Smoorenburg has also pursued a career as an actor, appearing in several films and TV shows. He has worked closely with actor and martial artist Jean-Claude Van Damme, appearing in several of his films, including "The Shepherd: Border Patrol" and "Dragon Eyes". In addition to his work in film and TV, Smoorenburg has also taught martial arts workshops and seminars around the world.

Throughout his career, Smoorenburg has been recognized for his outstanding contribution to the film industry. He has won several awards for his work, including the Action Designer Award at the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2016. Today, he continues to work in the film industry and is recognized as one of the top stunt performers and martial artists in the world.

Maurice Nathan Weert

Maurice Nathan Weert (November 25, 1974 Den Helder-) a.k.a. Maurice N W is a Dutch actor.

He is best known for his work in Dutch television, having appeared in several popular series such as "Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden" and "Flikken Maastricht". Weert began his acting career in the late 1990s, and quickly gained recognition for his talent and versatility. In addition to his work on television, he has also appeared in several films, including "Zinloos" and "Katia's Sister". Weert is known for his ability to bring depth and nuance to his roles, and he has become a respected figure in the Dutch acting community. He continues to work in film and television, and is considered one of the most accomplished actors of his generation.

Ramsey Nasr

Ramsey Nasr (January 28, 1974 Rotterdam-) is a Dutch actor, poet and author.

He was also the Poet Laureate of the Netherlands from 2009-2013. Nasr is known for his work in both Dutch and Arabic literature, having published numerous poetry collections and two novels. He has also been recognized for his contributions to theater, receiving awards such as the Dutch Theatre Festival Prize and the Louis d'Or. In addition to his artistic pursuits, Nasr is an active member of several organizations focused on social and environmental issues.

Antoin Cox

Antoin Cox (April 24, 1974 Zwolle-) is a Dutch actor and film producer.

He started his acting career in the late 1990s, starring in several Dutch television series and films. One of his most notable roles was in the Dutch drama film "Van God Los" (2003), which won Best Film at the Netherlands Film Festival. Cox has also produced several films, including "Alleen Maar Nette Mensen" (2012) which was the highest-grossing Dutch film that year. He is known for his versatility as an actor and has portrayed a wide range of roles, from dramatic to comedic. In addition to his film and television work, Cox has also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to Dutch-language versions of animated films such as "Ratatouille" and "Kung Fu Panda". Cox remains an active presence in both the Dutch and international film industry.

Loek Peters

Loek Peters (July 3, 1974 Papendrecht-) is a Dutch actor.

He is best known for his role as Berry in the Dutch crime drama series Penoza. Peters also took part in other popular Dutch television shows such as A'dam - E.V.A., Flikken Maastricht, and Zwarte Tulp. He started his career in theater and has worked with some of the most famous theater companies in the Netherlands, including the renowned theatre company Toneelgroep Amsterdam. Before he became an actor, Peters worked as a carpenter and electrician. In addition to his acting career, he is also a director and writer.

Arie Boomsma

Arie Boomsma (January 18, 1974 Marken-) also known as Arie Ate Boomsma is a Dutch actor.

However, Boomsma is best known for his work as a television presenter and author. He began his career as a presenter on the Dutch children's network, Z@ppelin. Since then, he has hosted a number of popular television shows, including "Lijst 0" and "Radar Extra".

In addition to his work on television, Boomsma has published a number of books on a variety of topics, including spirituality, self-help, and meditation. He is regarded as a prominent figure in the Dutch media industry and has received numerous accolades for his work.

Boomsma is also known for his philanthropic work, supporting a number of charities and organizations, including environmental initiatives and LGBTQ+ advocacy. He is a vocal supporter of human rights and equality, often using his platform to raise awareness for social issues.

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