Dutch actresses who were born in 1969

Here are 10 famous actresses from Netherlands were born in 1969:

Candy Dulfer

Candy Dulfer (September 19, 1969 Amsterdam-) also known as Candy Duffer, Candy Dufler or Dulfer, Candy is a Dutch musician, actor and television producer.

She was born into a musical family, her father being a saxophonist and her mother a singer. Dulfer began playing the saxophone at the age of six and was performing professionally by the age of 11. She rose to fame in the 1990s with her hit single "Lily Was Here," which she recorded with British musician Dave Stewart. Dulfer has collaborated with many famous musicians, including Prince, who produced her album "Saxuality" in 1990. She has won several awards throughout her career and continues to tour and record music. In addition, Dulfer has acted in a few films and television shows in the Netherlands, and produced a Dutch reality TV show called "Candy meets..." in which she interviewed famous musicians.

Carolyn Lilipaly

Carolyn Lilipaly (July 22, 1969 Middelburg-) also known as Carolijn Lilipaly is a Dutch journalist and actor.

She started her career as a freelance correspondent for the Dutch national news agency ANP, covering major events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Gulf War. She later worked for various Dutch print and broadcast media, including NRC Handelsblad, Radio Netherlands Worldwide, and RTL Nieuws.

Aside from her journalism career, Lilipaly has also ventured into acting. She played the lead role in the Dutch film "BLØF, helder" and has appeared in several Dutch TV series such as "Flikken Maastricht" and "Dokter Deen".

In 2018, Lilipaly was awarded the Dutch Royal Decoration "Knight in the Order of Orange-Nassau" for her contributions to Dutch journalism and culture.

Guusje Nederhorst

Guusje Nederhorst (February 4, 1969 Amsterdam-January 29, 2004 The Hague) also known as Barbara Augustine Nederhorst, Nederhorst, Guusje, Barbara Augustine "Guusje" Woesthoff-Nederhorst or Guusje Barbara Augustine Nederhorst was a Dutch actor.

She was born in Amsterdam and grew up in Bussum. In the 1990s, she rose to fame and became a household name in the Netherlands through her roles in various Dutch TV series such as "Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden." She was also a singer and released several singles.

In 2001, Nederhorst married Dinand Woesthoff, the lead singer of the Dutch rock band Kane. Together, they had a son named Dean.

Tragically, Nederhorst passed away at the age of 34 due to breast cancer. After her death, Woesthoff established the Guusje Nederhorst Foundation, which supports projects that help children deal with loss and grief.

Cynthia Abma

Cynthia Abma (May 31, 1969 Rotterdam-) is a Dutch actor and presenter.

Abma began her acting career in the 1990s, appearing in a number of Dutch television series and films. She is best known for her roles in soap operas such as Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden and Onderweg naar Morgen. In addition to her acting career, Abma has also worked as a presenter for various television programs, including RTL Travel, and has appeared on the Dutch version of Dancing with the Stars. Outside of her television work, Abma has also performed in stage productions across the Netherlands. She is a popular figure in Dutch television and entertainment, and has won multiple awards for her work over the years.

Camilla Siegertsz

Camilla Siegertsz (January 7, 1969 Zaandam-) is a Dutch actor. Her children are called Java Siegertsz, Redmar Siegertsz, Mayte Siegertsz and Tess Siegertsz.

Camilla Siegertsz has appeared in several Dutch films, TV shows and theater productions throughout her acting career. She played a lead role in the popular Dutch TV drama series "Goudkust" and also appeared in other Dutch shows like "Rozengeur & Wodka Lime" and "Bureau Kruislaan". In addition to her TV work, Siegertsz has acted in several Dutch films such as "Tussenstand" and "Lef".

Apart from acting, Siegertsz has also worked as a voice-over artist and has done dubbing for foreign movies and TV shows. She has lent her voice to popular shows like "The Simpsons" and movies like "The Incredibles". Siegertsz is known for her versatile acting skills and has won several awards for her performances, including the best actress award at the Dutch Film Festival in 2006.

Nazmiye Oral

Nazmiye Oral (May 28, 1969 Hengelo-) also known as Naz or Nazmye Oral is a Dutch actor.

She was born in the Netherlands to Turkish parents and was raised Muslim. Nazmiye is known for her work in theater, film, and television and has garnered critical acclaim for her performances. She studied at the Amsterdam School of the Arts and has since gone on to perform in numerous productions both in the Netherlands and internationally. Alongside her acting career, Nazmiye is also a writer and playwright, and she has written and performed several solo shows. She is a feminist and an activist, and her work often deals with issues of identity, gender, and religion. In 2019, Nazmiye was honored with the Amsterdamprijs for the Arts, recognizing her contributions to the Dutch cultural scene. Additionally, she has been a regular commentator on Dutch current affairs, particularly on issues relating to multiculturalism and diversity.

Janni Goslinga

Janni Goslinga (May 9, 1969 Rotterdam-) also known as Janni Amelia Goslinga is a Dutch actor.

She is best known for her work in Dutch theatre productions, but has also appeared in numerous Dutch television series and films. Goslinga began her career in 1992 as a member of the theatre ensemble Het Zuidelijk Toneel. She has worked with renowned Dutch theatre directors such as Ivo van Hove and Johan Simons. In addition to her theatre work, Goslinga has appeared in a number of Dutch films and TV series, including "De Orchideeëntuin", "Smeris", and "Gouden Bergen". She has received critical acclaim for her performances and has won several awards, including the prestigious Theo d'Or award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2018.

Lone van Roosendaal

Lone van Roosendaal (June 12, 1969 Bonn-) also known as Eva Lone van Roosendaal is a Dutch actor.

She grew up in Canada and later returned to the Netherlands to study at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten. Her breakthrough came in 1991 when she landed a role in the Dutch television series Medisch Centrum West. Since then, she has appeared in many films and television series, including the Dutch version of Les Misérables and the popular soap opera Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden. Van Roosendaal has also worked as a voice actress, providing the Dutch voice for characters in animated films such as Despicable Me and Inside Out. In addition to her acting career, she has been involved in various social and environmental causes, including campaigning for greater biodiversity in the Netherlands.

Daniël Boissevain

Daniël Boissevain (June 29, 1969 Amsterdam-) also known as Daniël Boissevain, Daniel Boissevain or Daniel Bossevain is a Dutch actor. She has one child, Robin Boissevain.

Boissevain started his acting career in the 1990s and quickly gained popularity in the Dutch film and television industry. He has appeared in numerous Dutch films and TV series, including "All Stars", "Rozengeur & Wodka Lime", and "Overspel". In addition to acting, Boissevain has also directed and produced several short films.

Aside from his work in the entertainment industry, Boissevain is also actively involved in social and environmental causes. He has worked with organizations such as Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund to promote awareness and conservation efforts.

In recent years, Boissevain has also been involved in theater productions, including the Dutch adaptation of "War Horse" and the play "De Liefde Begraven". Despite his success and fame, Boissevain is known for his down-to-earth personality and dedication to his craft.

Nanette Edens

Nanette Edens (August 10, 1969 Groningen-) is a Dutch actor.

She started her acting career in the late 1980s, with a small role in the Dutch film "Op afbetaling". Since then, she has appeared in numerous Dutch television shows and films, including "Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden", "Onderweg naar Morgen", and "Flikken Rotterdam". She is also known for her stage work, having performed in plays such as "Medea" and "Hamlet". In addition to acting, she has also served as a drama teacher and coach for young actors. Nanette is highly regarded in the Dutch entertainment industry and has won several awards for her performances.

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