Jeroen Krabbé

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Jeroen Aart Krabbé (born 5 December 1944) is a Dutch actor and film director who has appeared in many Dutch and international films. Krabbé was born into an artistic family in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the son of Margreet (née Reiss), a Jewish film translator, and Maarten Krabbé, a painter. He first came to prominence in fellow Dutchman Paul Verhoeven's films Soldier of Orange opposite Rutger Hauer and The Fourth Man with Renée Soutendijk. His first big American film was the Whoopi Goldberg comedy Jumpin' Jack Flash. However, it is was role as villain in a string of international films from the late 1980s and early 1990s which brought him international stardom, with notable roles such as Losado in No Mercy (1986), General Georgi Koskov in the James Bond film The Living Daylights (1987), Gianni Franco in The Punisher (1989), Herbert Woodruff (Lowenstein's husband) in The Prince of Tides (1991), and Dr. Charles Nichols in The Fugitive (1993). He has also appeared in numerous TV productions, and as Satan in the TV production Jesus.
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