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Jeroen Krabbé

Born May 12, 1944 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
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Jeroen Aart Krabbé  (born December 5, 1944) is a Dutch actor and film director who has appeared in many Dutch and international films.

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Actor
as "Gouverneur De Veer"
as "Bram Samuels"
as "Albert Schweitzer"
as "Albert Schweitzer"
as "Leonid Vasilev"
as "Himself"
Leef! (2005)
as "Hugo"
as "Boris Arkadin"
as "Gaspar Voorsboch"
Off Screen (2005)
as "Gerard Wesselinck"
as "Van der Woude"
Fogbound (2002)
as "Dr. Duff"
as "Gabriel"
as "Wilhelm"
as "Baron Arnheim"
EverAfter (1998)
as "Auguste"
Only Love (1998)
as "Francois"
as "Mr. Kalman"
as "Pietro Venier"
as "Anton Felix Schindler"
Farinelli (1994)
as "George Frideric Handel"
as "Mr. Kurlander"
as "Dr. Charles Nichols"
Going Home (1993)
as "Hendrik Ten Berghe"
Stalin (1992)
as "Bukharin"
as "Jeroen Boman (adult)"
as "Herbert Woodruff"
Kafka (1991)
as "Bizzlebek"
as "Viv"
Robin Hood (1991)
as "Baron Roger Daguerre"
as ""
as "Gianni Franco"
as "David Keller"
Scandal (1989)
as "Eugene Ivanov"
as "Anton Maes"
as "Gus Roth"
as "General Georgi Koskov"
as "Louis Malarin"
No Mercy (1986)
as "Losado"
as "Mark Van Meter"
as "Peter van Dijk"
as "Mr. Sandor"
as "Gerard Reve"
as "Maarten"
Spetters (1980)
as "Frans Henkhof"
as "Regisseur"
as "Guus LeJeune"
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