Renée Soutendijk
Dutch film actress
Renée Soutendijk
Renette Pauline Soutendijk, known as Renée Soutendijk, is a Dutch actress. She was a favorite star of director Paul Verhoeven's films and is perhaps best known for her work in his 1980 release Spetters. Her good looks and striking blond hair secured her status as a Dutch sex symbol in the 1980s. She has also played a number of television and stage roles, and is one of the leads in the 2012 RTL 4 television series Moordvrouw.
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Zadelpijn en ander damesleed Ontroerende fietstocht met vrouwen van rond de 50. - dé Weekkrant
Google News - over 5 years
Het wordt een ontroerende fietsreis met grote gevolgen voor alle deelneemsters. Naar de roman van Liza van Sambeek. Regie: Bruun Kuijt. Met: Margo Dames, Debby Petter, Esther Roord, Lieneke le Roux, Renée Soutendijk, Mouna Goeman, Has Drijver
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Dochter voor Caro Lenssen - De Gooi- en Eemlander
Google News - over 5 years
... bekend van series als Meiden van De Wit, Vuurzee en Levenslied, is getrouwd met Chris van Oers. Samen hebben zij al een zoontje, Maes. Eind maart werd tijdens de Rembrandt Awards duidelijk dat de dochter van Renée Soutendijk weer moeder zou worden
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Thijs Römer met pijn in het hart weer aan het werk - NU.nl
Google News - over 5 years
"Ik heb op veel dingen 'nee' gezegd de afgelopen tijd, maar dit is een enorme buitenkans", zegt hij over Moordvrouw. Naast Römer zijn onder anderen ook Wendy van Dijk en Renée Soutendijk te zien in de serie, die in het voorjaar van 2012 op de buis
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GPTV: Spelers gezocht voor TV-politieserie Moordvrouw - GPTVfriesland
Google News - over 5 years
De personages van deze vlijmscherpe, realistische en adembenemende serie worden vertolkt door niemand minder dan Wendy van Dijk, Renée Soutendijk, Thijs Rӧmer, Porgy Franssen, Chava Voor in 't Holt en Achmed Akkabi. Ik denk dat elke Friese toneelspeler
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Veghelse Publieksprijs voor 'Zadelpijn' - Kliknieuws.nl
Google News - over 5 years
Yan van der Heijden, directeur van Theater De Blauwe Kei, overhandigde de prijs woensdag 15 juni te Amsterdam persoonlijk aan de cast, bestaande uit Renée Soutendijk, Esther Roord, Margo Dames, Debby Petter, Lieneke le Roux, Mouna Goeman Borgesius en
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Veghelse Toneel Publieksprijs voor Zadelpijn en ander damesleed - Theaterparadijs
Google News - over 5 years
Yan van der Heijden, directeur van Theater De Blauwe Kei, overhandigde de prijs woensdag 15 juni te Amsterdam persoonlijk aan de cast, bestaande uit Renée Soutendijk, Esther Roord, Margo Dames, Debby Petter, Lieneke le Roux, Mouna Goeman Borgesius en
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Verjaardagen 21 mei - Leidsch Dagblad
Google News - almost 6 years
1957 - Renée Soutendijk, Nederlandse actrice. Speelde Hannie Schaft in de film Het meisje met het rode haar uit 1981. Andere films waarin ze speelde zijn Radeloos, De flat en Op hoop van zegen. Was ook te zien in de series Meiden van De Wit en S1ngle
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'Het Meisje met het Rode Haar' - WebRegio.nl - Zaanstreek
Google News - almost 6 years
Over haar leven is een film gemaakt met Renée Soutendijk in de hoofdrol en er zijn talloze boeken geschreven. Hannie was een tragische heldin, die haar leven uit liefde en vanwege haar idealen opofferde. Zij was uniek, omdat ze als vrouw bereid was
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FILM; In the Wings: A Film With Few Clothes and No Regrets
NYTimes - about 22 years
HIGH OVER MALIBU, THE FULL MOON is so perfect it could have been installed by lighting technicians. Aloof, it casts a cool light on the seething movie scene below, a show-biz party on the patio of a preposterously vulgar beach-front mansion. The partygoers, who include a more than healthy sprinkling of leggy young women in very short, very tight
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Review/Film; Secret Robot Runs Amok In a Miniskirt
NYTimes - about 26 years
"Eve of Destruction," which opened here yesterday, is an undistinguished, barely functional action-melodrama with a body count higher than some wars. Gregory Hines plays the role of a counterinsurgency expert, defined in the film as "the guy the Government calls in when they don't want Congress to know." His mission here is to track down and
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Reviews/Film; The Obsession of an Actor Playing a Hungarian Poet
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: ''Forced March,'' opening today at Cinema 1, is about a successful American television actor who goes to Hungary to play the leading role in a film about the Hungarian poet Miklos Radnoti, a Jew, who died in the Holocaust. ''Forced March,'' opening today at Cinema 1, is about a successful American television actor who goes to Hungary to play
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FILM; 'Forced March' Sees the Holocaust Through a Victim
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Amid the growing number of films dealing with the Holocaust, some of the most effective have been those that bracket the horrors of World War II with the flashbacks of a central character. From ''The Pawnbroker'' to ''Sophie's Choice,'' there seems to be something more ''real'' about avowedly subjective recollections, as opposed to
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Tv View
NYTimes - almost 28 years
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Simon Wiesenthal Shepherds His Life's Story
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: FOR YEARS, SIMON WIESENTHAL, who since his liberation from Mauthausen concentration camp in 1945 has not relented in the self-imposed labor of bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, resisted proposals to make a film of his life. FOR YEARS, SIMON WIESENTHAL, who since his liberation from Mauthausen concentration camp in 1945 has not relented
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HOME VIDEO; Movies
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Spetters Starring Rutger Hauer, Renee Soutendijk, Toon Agterberg. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. 1980. Embassy Home Entertainment. 108 minutes. $29.95. ''Spetters'' is an erratic, visceral work from the talented Dutch director Paul Verhoeven that follows three youths seeking fame on the motorcycle-racing circuit. Spetters Starring Rutger Hauer,
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FILM: 'THE SECOND VICTORY,' IN 1945
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: ''THE SECOND VICTORY'' is a brisk action movie abounding in colorful characters, picturesque scenery and the homilies of Morris West, who wrote the screenplay based on his novel. The adroitly plotted tale, which opens today at Cinema 1, takes place in 1945. No sooner does Anthony Andrews, as a British major with a conscience as big as the
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SCREEN: 'OUT OF ORDER,' 4 TRAPPED IN ELEVATOR
NYTimes - over 31 years
THE lesson of ''Out of Order'' is plain: If you should find yourself in a nonoperating elevator, don't play the hero; just wait for somebody to come and get you. The West German cautionary tale, which opens today at the Metro Cinema, begins with an elevator-eye's view of a big city and ends with an exciting rescue attempt. The trouble comes in the
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SCREEN: PAUL VERHOEVEN'S '4TH MAN'
NYTimes - over 32 years
THE visual symbolism in Paul Verhoeven's ''4th Man'' is so fevered and relentless that the film has the feeling of a feature-length hallucination. Certainly it's a departure from the more earthbound works (''Soldier of Orange,'' ''Spetters'') of this Dutch director. Mr. Verhoeven this time concentrates on Christian imagery, the prescience of his
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DUTCH RESISTANCE
NYTimes - about 34 years
THE Dutch film ''The Girl With the Red Hair'' would be drab even without its chief visual device, which makes it doubly so. The director, Ben Verbong, has faded the film's color so as to emphasize the heroine's flame-shaded coiffure, but he's done this so inexpertly that the hair looks brownish. Everything else in this feature-length film, Mr.
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TV Weekend; ALBERT SPEER'S VIEW OF THIRD REICH
NYTimes - almost 35 years
ONCE again, television is tackling the subject of Nazi Germany and, perhaps unavoidably, the treatment is likely to generate heated reactions. The vehicle this time is ''Inside the Third Reich,'' a five-hour production to be shown on ABC-TV Sunday at 8 P.M. and Monday at 9 P.M. It is based on the memoirs of Albert Speer, the confessed war criminal
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Renée Soutendijk
    FIFTIES
  • 2012
    Age 54
    She has also played a number of television and stage roles, and is one of the leads in the 2012 RTL 4 television series Moordvrouw.
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  • 2011
    Age 53
    In 2011, Soutendijk was given the Rembrandt Award for her body of work.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, news came that Soutendijk was to star in a television series for RTL 4, Moordvrouw, a police drama.
  • FORTIES
  • 2001
    Age 43
    Dial 9 and Met grote blijdschap (With Great Joy), which were both released in 2001, marked her return to the Dutch movie-screen after a four-year absence.
    More Details Hide Details Since 2001, Soutendijk played roles in television shows and as a stage actress, playing for instance Queen Juliana (2006) and a woman dying of cancer in Margaret Edson's Wit (2010).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1981
    Age 23
    From 1981 to 1989 she played in Zeg 'ns Aaa, one of the longest-running and most popular Dutch sitcoms.
    More Details Hide Details Soutendijk's first English-language role was as Eva Braun in the made-for-TV movie Inside the Third Reich. Her subsequent TV movie roles included Anna Mons in Peter the Great (1986) and Mrs. Simon Wiesenthal in Murderers Among Us (1989). She sought a career in Hollywood and lived in the United States for a year and a half, taking her six-year-old daughter Caro with her but leaving her husband in Amsterdam. She played opposite Academy-award nominee Chris Sarandon in the Holocaust-themed movie Forced March (1989), and the title character in Eve of Destruction (1991). According to Soutendijk, she was screen tested when other American actresses were reluctant to take on such an action-packed role; producers were reluctant to hire a relatively unknown actress "with an unpronounceable surname", so director Duncan Gibbons had to finance her himself. But she returned to the Netherlands, unhappy with the prospects offered her (a seven-year contract for a Star Trek series, she later said) and with the strain it placed on her marriage.
  • 1980
    Age 22
    She was a favorite star of director Paul Verhoeven's films and is perhaps best known for her work in his 1980 release Spetters.
    More Details Hide Details Her good looks and striking blond hair secured her status as a Dutch sex symbol in the 1980s.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1957
    Born
    Born on May 21, 1957.
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