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Also Known As: Jeroen Aart Krabbe Died:
Born: December 5, 1944 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Netherlands Profession: actor, director, author, artist, costume designer

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Prominent Dutch actor who first came to prominence in the films of Paul Verhoeven, particularly "Soldier of Orange (1979) and the cult thriller, "The Fourth Man" (1982). Krabbe has since landed leading roles in a number of international films. Memorable in Joan Micklin Silver's "Crossing Delancey" (1988) as the manipulative, self-important author who unsuccessfully tries to seduce Amy Irving.

Prominent Dutch actor who first came to prominence in the films of Paul Verhoeven, particularly "Soldier of Orange (1979) and the cult thriller, "The Fourth Man" (1982). Krabbe has since landed leading roles in a number of international films. Memorable in Joan Micklin Silver's "Crossing Delancey" (1988) as the manipulative, self-important author who unsuccessfully tries to seduce Amy Irving.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Left Luggage (1998) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Schweitzer (2009)
2.
 Transporter 3 (2008)
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 Off Screen (2006)
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 Ocean's Twelve (2004) Cast
8.
 Jesus Part 2 (2000)
9.
 Jesus Part 1 (2000)
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1988:
Co-starred in "Crossing Delancey"
1982:
First appeared on American TV in "World War III"
1998:
Made directorial debut with "Left Luggage"
1972:
Acted in first feature, "The Little Ark"
2001:
Helmed second feature, "The Discovery of Heaven"; premiered at the Flanders International Film Festival
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Acted on stage in Holland in such shows as "Othello," "Cyrano de Bergerac," and "Sleuth"
1979:
Received international attention for Paul Verhoeven's "Soldier of Orange"
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Education

Academy of Dramatic Art: - 1965
Academy of Fine Arts: - 1981

Notes

Krabbe still paints and exhibits his work in Holland.

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wife:
Herma Van Geemert. Mother of Gries' older son.
wife:
Herma Van Geemert. Social worker.

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father:
Maarten Krabbe. Survived him.
father:
Maarten Krabbe. Painter.
mother:
Margreet Krabbe. Musician, band leader. Led vaudeville's popular Old Carlton Band.
mother:
Margreet Krabbe. Film translator. Jewish; 81 members of her family were killed in the Holocaust.
son:
Martyn Krabbe. Had eight who worked in vaudeville.
son:
Jasper Krabbe. Has two.
son:
Jakob Krabbe.
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"The Economy Cookbook"

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