Dutch actors who deceased at age 79

Here are 2 famous actors from Netherlands died at 79:

Sacco van der Made

Sacco van der Made (April 4, 1918 Rotterdam-December 21, 1997) a.k.a. Sacco v.d. Made or De Meester van de kleine ro was a Dutch actor. He had one child, Guus van der Made.

Sacco van der Made was a prominent figure in the Dutch entertainment industry during the mid-20th century. He began his acting career in the 1930s and quickly became a household name. He appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and theater productions, showcasing the breadth of his talents.

One of van der Made's most iconic roles was that of De Meester van de kleine ro, a character he played in a Dutch TV series from the 1970s. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the character, which cemented his status as one of the most talented actors of his time.

Van der Made was known for his range, as he was equally adept at comedy and drama. He appeared in films such as "Fanfare" and "Dubbelleven" and TV shows like "Stiefbeen en zoon" and "Ha, die Pa!". He also worked on stage, performing in various productions throughout his career.

Aside from his acting work, van der Made was also involved in the entertainment industry in other ways. He was a regular presenter on Dutch television and served as a voice actor in several animated films.

Van der Made passed away on December 21, 1997, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest actors in Dutch history. His contributions to the Dutch entertainment industry continue to be recognized and celebrated to this day.

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Alex Benno

Alex Benno (November 2, 1872 Oberhausen-April 2, 1952 Haarlem) also known as A. Benno, Benno or Benjamin Bonefang was a Dutch screenwriter, film director and actor.

He started his career in the Dutch film industry as an actor in 1911 and later transitioned into directing and screenwriting. He was one of the pioneers of the Dutch film industry and created many successful films during the silent era. He also acted and directed in German films during the 1920s. Some of his notable works include "Strijd om het glazen dak" (Fight for the Glass Roof), "Het geheim van Delft" (The Secret of Delft), and "Het mysterie van de Mondscheinsonate" (The Mystery of the Moonlight Sonata). Benno was known for his attention to detail and his ability to tell compelling stories through film. He continued to work in the film industry until the 1940s, when the German occupation of the Netherlands forced him to retire from the industry.

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