Date of Birth 1977, Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Hadewych Minis is one of The Netherlands' most versatile leading actresses.
After graduating from the Maastricht Theatre Academy in 1999 she became a member of Johan Simons' legendary Hollandia Theatre Company and toured throughout Europe,
From 2005 until 2012 Hadewych has toured the world with renowned theatre company Toneelgroep Amsterdam, with artistic director Ivo van Hove. She starred in plays including Angels in America, Opening Night and Scenes From A Marriage.
Starting in 2013 she turned her focus to film and television, starring in Golden Palm Nominee film Borgman (2013) and box office hit Bloed, Zweet en Tranen (2015). She won the Golden Kalf for Best Actress for both films, the highest actor's prize in the Netherlands.
Currently Hadewych is featured in Oscar Nominee and Golden Palm Nominee Toni Erdmann (2016) and the Netflix series Tokyo Trial (2016).
Hadewych also wrote and recorded two albums, Hadewych Minis and The Truth And Nothing But The Truth (vocals and bass guitar).
Currently she is filming and working on her much anticipated one woman show combining her 2 loves, acting and singing.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Hadewych Minis
Announced, July 2011, that she is pregnant with her first child with actor Tibor Lukacs.
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5 January 1977
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Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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