Dutch musicians died in Suicide

Here are 4 famous musicians from Netherlands died in Suicide:

Herman Brood

Herman Brood (November 5, 1946 Zwolle-July 11, 2001 Amsterdam) a.k.a. Brood, Herman was a Dutch musician, actor, painter, poet and media personality.

His albums include Saturday Night Live!, 50: The Soundtrack, Back on the Corner, Ciao Monkey, Wait a Minute..., Kid Stuff, Bühnensucht, Frisz & Sympatisz, Herman Brood & His Wild Romance and Hooks. Genres he performed: Blues, Jazz, Rock and roll and Rock music.

Brood was one of the most popular and controversial figures in the Dutch music scene. He started his music career as the frontman of the band The Studs and later formed the band Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, which gained international recognition with their hit single "Saturday Night".

Aside from his music career, Brood was also a known painter and exhibited his works in various galleries. He was known for his unconventional style and use of bright colors.

Throughout his life, Brood struggled with addiction and had several stints in rehab. His struggles with addiction were often reflected in his music and paintings.

Brood also had a successful acting career, appearing in several Dutch films and TV shows. He was also a frequent guest on various talk shows and game shows, making him a well-known media personality in the Netherlands.

Brood tragically died by suicide in 2001 at the age of 54. He continues to be remembered as a unique and influential figure in Dutch culture.

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Antonie Kamerling

Antonie Kamerling (August 25, 1966 Arnhem-October 6, 2010 Zevenhoven) otherwise known as Anthonie Willem Constantijn Gneomar Kamerling, Hero, Anthone Kamerling, Antonie, Anthonie Kamerling or Antonie Kamerling was a Dutch actor and musician. He had two children, Merlijn Kamerling and Vlinder Kamerling.

His albums: Feel.

and Toen was geluk heel gewoon - De Soundtrack, were both commercially successful in the Netherlands. Kamerling was a well-known face in Dutch television, appearing in several popular series such as the soap opera "Goede tijden, slechte tijden" and the drama series "All Stars". He also starred in several films, including "Ik ook van Jou" and "Mama's Proefkonijn". Kamerling struggled with depression throughout his life and tragically took his own life in 2010 at the age of 44. His death sparked a national conversation about mental health in the Netherlands.

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Annie M.G. Schmidt

Annie M.G. Schmidt (May 20, 1911 Kapelle-May 21, 1995 Amsterdam) otherwise known as Annie MG Schmidt, Anna Maria Geertruida Schmidt, Annie Maria Geertruida Schmidt, Schmidt, Annie M.G., Annie M. G. Schmidt or Annie Schmid was a Dutch writer. She had one child, Flip van Duijn.

Her most important albums: Foxtrot, De Liedjes Van Annie M.G. Schmidt, Het stoute kinderen huis: Versjes en verhaaltjes van Annie M.G. Schmidt, Dikkertje Dap, De leeuw is los!, Onderweg, De dingen om ons heen, De Lapjeskat, Ja Zuster, Nee Zuster and Pippeloentje en andere liedjes.

Annie M.G. Schmidt is considered one of the greatest Dutch writers of all time. She started her career as a journalist before she became famous as a children's book author, playwright, and lyricist. Her writing style was characterized by its humor, quirkiness, and childlike wonder. She is most famous for her children's books, such as "Jip and Janneke" and "Pluk van de Petteflet", which became beloved classics in the Netherlands. Schmidt also wrote several popular musicals, such as "Ja Zuster, Nee Zuster" and "Heerlijk duurt het langst". She won numerous awards for her work, including the prestigious Constantijn Huygens Prize in 1987. Schmidt's legacy has had a lasting impact on Dutch culture and continues to inspire new generations of writers and artists.

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Yasmine (March 3, 1972 Antwerp-June 25, 2009 Kontich) also known as Hilde Rens was a Dutch singer and presenter.

Discography: Vandaag (Het morgen van gisteren), Liefde en liedjes, Yasmine, Prêt-à-Porter, Portfolio, Licht ontvlambaar, Blauw and Suzanne. Genres related to her: Folk music and Pop music.

Yasmine began her career as a singer in the early '90s with her debut album "Vandaag (Het morgen van gisteren)", which quickly established her as a promising talent in the Dutch music industry. Her unique voice and style of music, which was a blend of folk and pop, garnered her a loyal fan base.

Aside from her career in music, Yasmine was also a popular television presenter in Belgium. She hosted several shows, including "De rode loper" and "Vlaanderen muziekland". She was known for her warmth and humor on screen, and her ability to connect with her audience.

Yasmine's life was tragically cut short in 2009 when she passed away at the age of 37. Her death was a shock to her fans and the music industry, but her legacy lives on through her music and the fond memories of those who knew and loved her.

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