Leo van der Goot

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Leo van der Goot
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Born (1950-01-02) January 2, 1950 (age 64)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Occupation singer, radio DJ
Employer VARA, 3FM

Leo van der Goot (born January 2, 1950 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch Radio DJ and singer.

In the Early 1970s, he was a disc jockey of offshore Radio North Sea International (RNI). This was the counterpart and rival of Radio Veronica. In 1976, Van der Goot released a single called "Daddy, what's a pop star?".

After the disappearance of the offshore stations in August 1974, Van der Goot to work for VARA . In October 1974 was his first program heard on Hilversum 3 (now 3FM). In December 1975 he presented his last radio show for VARA.

In 1986 he provided the Dutch commentary for the 1986 Eurovision Song Contest.[1]

In 2010 Goot was injured in a plane crash at the U.S. Fishersville[2]

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