Dutch actresses who were born in 1972

Here are 8 famous actresses from Netherlands were born in 1972:

Tjitske Reidinga

Tjitske Reidinga (February 20, 1972 Leeuwarden-) otherwise known as Tijtske Redinga or Tjitske Jacoba Reidinga is a Dutch comedian and actor. Her children are called Klaas Croiset and Foppe Croiset.

Tjitske Reidinga is best known for her work in theatre and on television. She began her acting career in the 1990s, working in various Dutch theatre productions. In 2002, she made her television debut in the popular Dutch series "Grijpstra & De Gier".

Reidinga gained wider recognition with her role in the comedy series "Gooische Vrouwen" (The Gooische Women), which ran from 2005 to 2009. The show, about a group of affluent women in the Gooi region of the Netherlands, was a huge success and earned Reidinga widespread acclaim. She also appeared in the film adaptation of the series, which was released in 2011.

In addition to her work in comedy, Reidinga has also performed in more serious roles. She won critical praise for her performance in the 2012 production of "De Verleiders: het recht voor de rechtbank" (The Seducers: Justice in Court) at the Theater Bellevue in Amsterdam.

Reidinga continues to work in theatre and on television in the Netherlands, and is widely regarded as one of the country's most talented actresses.

Froukje de Both

Froukje de Both (April 20, 1972 Amsterdam-) is a Dutch actor, disc jockey and tv personality.

She began her career as a model before transitioning to television hosting in the early 1990s. Froukje went on to become a popular television personality, hosting a variety of shows including the Dutch version of "The Bachelor" and "Goedemorgen Nederland". In addition to her work in television, Froukje is also well-known for her career as a disc jockey and has performed at various festivals and events throughout the Netherlands. She has also acted in several Dutch films and television series. Outside of television and entertainment, Froukje is involved in various philanthropic endeavors and is an advocate for animal rights.

Ricky Koole

Ricky Koole (September 11, 1972 Delft-) a.k.a. Ricki Koole is a Dutch actor and musician.

She graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Amsterdam and has since appeared in numerous Dutch films, TV shows and theater productions. Some of her notable performances include the lead role in the film "Wit Licht" (2008) and a recurring role on the TV show "Gooische Vrouwen" (2007-2009). Alongside her acting career, Koole is also a talented musician with several albums to her name including "Who's Suzy?" (2007) and "No Use Crying" (2011). She has toured extensively in the Netherlands and abroad, performing at various festivals and venues.

Rifka Lodeizen

Rifka Lodeizen (October 16, 1972 Amsterdam-) a.k.a. Rifke Lodeizen is a Dutch actor. Her child is called Pilar Lodeizen.

Rifka Lodeizen is a highly acclaimed Dutch actor known for her versatile acting skills and captivating performances both on stage and in movies. She was born on October 16th, 1972 in Amsterdam, and grew up in a family with a strong background in the creative arts. She began her acting career in the late 1990s, and over the years, she has appeared in several critically acclaimed Dutch movies and television series.

Lodeizen's roles have ranged from dramatic and intense to humorous and quirky, which has demonstrated her versatility and talent as an actress. She is known for collaborating with acclaimed Dutch directors such as Ivo van Hove, Nanouk Leopold, Theo van Gogh, and Alex van Warmerdam. In addition, She has received numerous awards and nominations for her exceptional performances, including the prestigious Golden Calf award for Best Actress.

Aside from acting, Rifka Lodeizen is also involved in other creative pursuits, such as directing and writing. Her child, Pilar Lodeizen, has also followed in her mother's footsteps and is now establishing a career in the Dutch entertainment industry. Rifka Lodeizen continues to be an inspiration to many aspiring actors in the Netherlands and beyond.

Nadja Hüpscher

Nadja Hüpscher (March 23, 1972 Nijmegen-) a.k.a. Nadja Hupscher is a Dutch actor.

She is best known for her role as Kees in the Dutch television drama "All Stars". Nadja started her acting career in the mid-1990s and has since starred in numerous Dutch films and TV shows. In addition to her work as an actor, Nadja is also a writer and has published several books. She is known for her humor and charming personality, both on and off screen. Nadja has won several awards for her performances, including the Golden Calf for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film "The Happy Housewife."

Lidewij Benus

Lidewij Benus (April 2, 1972 Groningen-) also known as Lidewij Benus de Vries is a Dutch actor.

She started her acting career in 1998 with a role in the Dutch TV series "Goede tijden, slechte tijden". She has since appeared in numerous Dutch TV shows and films including "Baantjer", "Flikken Maastricht", "Celblok H" and "Alles is Liefde".

In addition to her work in acting, Benus has also worked as a writer and producer. She co-wrote and co-produced the short film "Temptation" in 2009 which was nominated for a Golden Calf award at the Netherlands Film Festival.

Benus is also involved in philanthropy work, she is an ambassador for the charity organization 'Free a Girl', which fights against child prostitution and human trafficking.

Betje Koolhaas

Betje Koolhaas (April 21, 1972 Amsterdam-) also known as Nurse Koolhaas is a Dutch actor and presenter.

She is best known for her role in the Dutch television series "All Stars" and "Rozengeur & Wodka Lime". Koolhaas studied nursing before pursuing a career in acting. She made her acting debut in the 1997 film "All Stars", which was later turned into a television series of the same name. In addition to her acting career, Koolhaas has also hosted several television programs in the Netherlands, including "Het Familiediner" and "Help, Mijn Man Is Klusser!" She is known for her humor, bubbly personality and down-to-earth nature, and has become a beloved figure in Dutch entertainment.

Simone Gablan

Simone Gablan (December 23, 1972 Amsterdam-) is a Dutch actor.

Simone Gablan began her acting career in the 1990s appearing in various Dutch television series and films. She gained critical acclaim for her role in the film "Eigenheimers" in 2003, which earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Dutch Film Festival. Gablan is also a stage actor and has performed in numerous theater productions in the Netherlands. In addition to her acting career, Gablan is also a writer and has published several books including her memoir "Het huis van mijn vader." Outside of her work in the arts, Gablan is known for her activism and advocacy for human rights and social justice issues, particularly on behalf of the Gay and Lesbian community. She has been honored for her contributions with various awards including the Amsterdam Prize for the Arts.

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