Jeroen Krabbé Biography: Wife, Age, Height, Net Worth, Artwork, Wikipedia, Pronunciation, Children, Photos
Jeroen Aart Krabbé (born 5 December 1944) is a Veteran and inspirational Dutch actor and film director who has a record of 60 or more film appearances dating back from 1963.
He is remembered for appearing in films such as; Soldaat van Oranje in 1977, The Fourth Man in 1983, The Living Daylights in 1987, The Prince of Tides in 1991, The Fugitive in 1993, and Immortal Beloved in 1994.
He is also a painter from a background of painters who has several beautiful and inspirational paintings credited to him.
However, Jeroen Krabbé values other painters in the field, so he leveraged his profession as a film director to produce different documentaries about them.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Jeroen Aart Krabbé|
|Stage Name:||Jeroen Krabbé|
|Born:||5 December 1944 (age 77 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Parents:||Maarten Krabbé, Margreet Krabbé|
|Children:||Martijn Krabbé, Jasper Krabbé, Jakob Krabbé|
|Siblings:||Tim Krabbé, Mirko Krabbé|
|Spouse • Wife:||Herma Krabbé (m. 1964)|
|Occupation:||Actor • Filmmaker|
Jeroen Krabbé was born seven decades ago at precisely 5 December 1944, into an artistic family in Amsterdam.
He is Dutch by nationality and a Christian.
His late father, Maarten Krabbé, and late grandfather Hendrik Maarten Krabbé were famous painters during their days. Whereas his late mother, Margreet Krabbé ( 1914–2002), served as a film translator.
Jeroen Krabbé‘s brother, Tim Krabbé, is a professional writer and top-level chess player, and his half-brother, simply known as Mirko, is a talented artist.
Jeroen Krabbé only discovered that his mother was Jewish later in life and that her family was killed during the unforgettable Holocaust.
Jeroen Krabbé did his primary and secondary education in the city of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, where he obtained all necessary certifications.
He proceeded to the Academy for Theater and Dance, where he graduated with knowledge in stage performance.
Internationally, Jeroen Krabbé first became known in fellow compatriots, Paul Verhoeven‘s films, Soldier of Orange, alongside Rutger Hauer, and The Fourth Man opposite Renée Soutendijk. However, his first big American film came in a Whoopi Goldberg comedy, titled Jumpin’ Jack Flash.
Moreover, it was his performance as villains in a sequence of international films dating from the late 1980s and early 1990s that was responsible for his international glory, with prominent roles such as Losada in No Mercy (1986), as General Georgi Koskov in The Living Daylights (a James Bond film in 1987), as Gianni Franco in The Punisher (1989), Herbert Woodruffin in The Prince of Tides (1991), and Dr Charles Nichols (a criminal) in The Fugitive (1993).
Furthermore, he appeared in numerous television productions, including a role as Satan in a religious Television production titled Jesus.
He served as both director and producer in a 1998 film with a story about Orthodox Jews during the 1970s in Antwerp, Belgium. The film co-starred Isabella Rossellini, and Maximilian Schell titled Left Luggage. He also in Harry Mulisch‘s novel adapted into a movie titled The Discovery of Heaven.
Left Luggage was premiered at the prestigious 48th Berlin International Film Festival amid mixed critical reviews.
The following year, he worked as a jury member at the famous 49th Berlin International Film Festival.
His television appearances also included playing as an uncanny psychic in a series titled Midsomer Murders (11 episodes “Talking to the Dead.”)
Jeroen Krabbé had an exhibition of his paintings in Museum de Fundatie (Zwolle) in 2008, which recorded an impressive number of attendees, including dignitaries.
Soon enough, he started working on documentaries for Dutch television, which was about his favorite painters.
And in 2015, the first series talked about Vincent van Gogh. After that, it was followed in 2017 by a series documenting about Pablo Picasso, immediately followed in 2018 by Paul Gauguin, and most recently, about Marc Chagall, in 2020.
Aside from acting and directing, he is an established artist. His paintings are remarkable and have appeared on Dutch postage stamps.
Jeroen Krabbé also co-authored a Dutch cookbook, and in the winter of November 2004, he released a book titled Schilder, which served as an overview of his paintings.
Jeroen Krabbé is not available on any social media platforms. The veteran is clearly comfortable with his lifestyle and updates out of social media. It could also be that he is not familiar with the sites, thus preferred to stay out of it entirely.
Jeroen Krabbé is a healthy and vibrant old man. He is strong, with a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.82 m). His hair is oval, and his eyes green.
Jeroen Krabbé married a Dutch lady named Herma van Gemert in 1964. Their union produced Martijn Krabbé, a radio and television presenter, Jasper Krabbé, and Jacob Krabbé.
Jeroen Krabbé has been in the scene for more than 5 decades now. His time as an actor, film director, and film producer has garnered an estimated $6 million net worth.
He derived most of his wealth as an actor and film director. Other sources of his earnings include auctioning his paintings and attending television shows.
Jeroen Krabbé began acting a long time ago, in the 1960s to be precise. He has starred in more than 60 films and is considered by many to be one of the greatest of all time.
Below is a comprehensive selected filmography of Jeroen Krabbé.
- 1963 Fietsen Naar de Maan as decoration trainee
- 1968 Professor Columbus as Jan
- 1972 The Little Ark as the first man
- 1974 Alicia as a pilot
- 1977 Soldaat van Oranje as Guus LeJeune
- 1979 Martijn en de magiër as regisseur
- 1980 Een pak slang as Dries Barns
- 1980 Spetters as Frans Henkhof
- 1981 Een Vlucht Regenwulpen as Maarten (alter ego)
- 1982 World War III ( TV Miniseries) as Colonel Alexander Vorashin
- 1982 Het verleden as Harry Heyblom
- 1983 The Fourth Man as Gerard Reve
- 1985 Het Dagboek van Anne Frank (TV Movie) as Otto Frank
- 1985 Turtle Diary as Mr. Sandor (the slob)
- 1986 In de schaduw van de overwinning as Peter van Dijk
- 1986 Jumpin’ Jack Flash as Mark Van Meter
- 1986 No Mercy as Losado
- 1987 Code Name Dancer as Malarin
- 1987 Miami Vice, (“Heroes of the Revolution”) as Klaus Herzog
- 1987 The Living Daylights as General Georgi Koskov
- 1988 A World Apart as Gus Roth
- 1988 Crossing Delancey as Anton Maes
- Shadow Man (1988) as Theo
- 1988 Jan Cox A Painter’s Odyssey as Narrator’s voice
- 1989 Scandal as Eugene Ivanov
- 1989 Melancholia as David Keller
- 1989 The Punisher as Gianni Franco
- 1990 Till There Was You as Robert “Viv” Vivaldi
- 1991 Robin Hood as Baron Roger Daguerre
- 1991 Sahara Sandwich
- 1991 Kafka as Bizzlebek
- 1991 The Prince of Tides as Herbert Woodruff
- 1991 Dynasty: The Reunion, (TV Series) as Jeremy Van Dorn
- 1992 For a Lost Soldier as Jeroen Boman (old)
- 1992 Stalin as Nikolai Bukharin
- 1993 King of the Hill as Mr. Kurlander
- 1993 Oeroeg as Hendrik Ten Berghe
- 1993 The Fugitive as Dr. Charles Nichols
- 1994 Farinelli as George Frideric Handel
- 1994 Immortal Beloved as Anton Schindler
- 1996 The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca as Colonel Aguirre
- 1997 The Odyssey as King Alcinous of Phaeacia
- 1998 Left Luggage as Mr. Kalman
- 1998 Dangerous Beauty as Pietro Venier
- 1998 Ever After as Auguste
- 1999 An Ideal Husband as Baron Arnheim
- 1999 Jesus as Satan
- 2000 Il Cielo Cade (The Sky Will Fall) as Wilhelm
- 2001 The Discovery of Heaven as Gabriel
- 2002 Fogbound as Dr. Duff
- 2004 Ocean’s Twelve as Van der Woude
- 2005 Off Screen as Gerard Wesselinck
- 2005 Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo as Gaspar Voorsboch
- 2005 Snuff-Movie as Boris Arkadin (Mr. Maezel)
- 2005 Life! as Hugo
- 2008 Midsomer Murders (Talking to the Dead) as Cyrus LeVanu
- 2008 Transporter 3 as Leonid Vasilev
- 2009 Yankee Go Home as Minister
- 2009 Albert Schweitzer – Ein Leben für Afrika as Albert Schweitzer
- 2009 Rico’s Wings
- 2011 Alleen maar nette mensen as Bram Samuels
- 2013 Tula: The Revolt as Gouverneur De Veer
- 2016 Gangster Kittens as Pierre
- 2018 Amerikali Kiz
- 2019 De Liefhebbers as Jan
- 2020 The Host as Vera’s father
- 2020 Bosrandgeluk
- Films he directed
- 1995 Het Dagboek van Anne Frank
- 1998 Left Luggage
- 2001 The Discovery of Heaven
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