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2 July 1951|
Wervik, Flanders, Belgium
|Died||21 June 2000
|Years active||1974 - 2000|
|Spouse(s)||Dianne van den Eijnden (???? - 2000)
Colette Talpaert (????-????)
Ronny Coutteure (2 July 1951 - 21 June 2000), born Ronny Louis Edmond Coutteure, was a Belgian actor, director, author, TV presenter and restauranteur and worked in cinema, radio, television, opera and theatre. He was a celebrity in his home country and in France but is most famous internationally for his supporting role of Remy Baudouin, comrade-in-arms of Indiana Jones in the The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
In theater, Ronny Coutteure staged and performed several works. He was the proprietor of the "pub-theatre" La ferme des hirondelles (Swallow Farm) in Fretin in northern France and he wrote and directed an opera, Les Contes d'un buveur de bière (Tales of a beer drinker) as well as teaching "biérologie" ("beer-ology"). Coutteure was a strong supporter of the culture and heritage of northern France and became a symbol of the culture of the frontier region with Belgium.
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