Hein van der Heijden

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Hein van der Heijden (born July 11, 1958 Heerlen) is a Dutch stage, television and film actor.


In 1983, Hein finished the theatre school in Arnhem.[1] With his graduation project he won the price 'Friends of the theatre' for his role in a piece of Woody Allen In 1989, Hein signed at Toneelgroep Amsterdam, until 2001, when he broke up with Toneelgroep Amsterdam to start a career as freelance actor.

In 2001, he appeared in a play by Cyrus Frisch.[2] In 2002, he had his musical debut in the musical "Frank Sinatra: That's life" as Frank Sinatra. In 2004, he played the roll of Scar in the Dutch version of The Lion King (musical), for both roles he was nominated for the John Kraaijkamp Musical Awards. In 2007, Hein won the Arlecchino prize for his role in the stageplay "Mighty society 4".

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