|Born||10 June 1971
|Occupation||Actor, Film director, Television presenter, Television producer|
Reinout Oerlemans [ˈrɛinɔut ˈuːrləmɑns] (born 10 June 1971) is a Dutch soap opera actor, film director, television presenter and television producer. He is the founder of the TV production company Eyeworks.
Personal life 
Oerlemans is married to Daniëlle Overgaag. Together they have four children.
Television career 
Oerlemans became known nationally in the Netherlands when he played Arnie Alberts in the long standing soap series Goede tijden, slechte tijden, which he did from 1990 until 1996. After his success as Arnie, he focused on presenting television shows. He presented shows like Heartbreak Hotel, Gekkenhuis, Wedden dat, Idols, and his own talkshow Pulse.
In 2001, Oerlemans founded his own television production company, Eyeworks, with popular productions like De Bauers (real life soap about Frans Bauer and his family), So you wannabe a popstar, and Test the nation which has been exported to many countries, but was first produced in the Netherlands. In 2003, he co hosted the first series of Idols.
In 2004, Oerlemans won the Zilveren Televizierster, a national prize for the male television personality of the year. In September 2005, Oerlemans moved from the commercial broadcasting company RTL, for which he worked for fifteen years, to the public broadcasting association TROS, where he presents for a short while the TROS TV show, replacing TV show-legend Ivo Niehe. In December 2006, Niehe takes over again.
Oerlemans is estimated to be one of the richest men in his thirties in the Netherlands, with an estimated fortune of 75 million euro.