Annet Malherbe

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Annet Malherbe
Born Annet Malherbe
(1957-11-23) 23 November 1957 (age 59)
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986–present
Spouse(s) Alex van Warmerdam
Children 2 children

Annet Malherbe (born 23 November 1957) is a Dutch actress. She is known for her roles in films directed by her husband Alex van Warmerdam, such as Voyeur, The Northerners, The Dress, Little Tony and Grimm. Malherbe was nominated for European Film Award for Best Actress for Little Tony.

In January 2012, it was confirmed Malherbe, Kasper van Kooten, Marcel Musters and Jelka van Houten would be the stars of a new RTL4 sketch show, What If?.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Malherbe has been married to actor, filmmaker and musician Alex van Warmerdam, and appeared in five out of six films he directed — Voyeur (1986), The Northerners (1992), The Dress (1996), Little Tony (1998), Grimm (2003) and The Last Days of Emma Blank (2009). They have two children — Mees and Houk, who are also actors.[2]

In 2010, Malherbe confessed she had had problems with depression in the past.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Title Original Title Year Role Notes
Voyeur Abel 1986 Zus
Children of Waterland Kinderen van Waterland 1990 Moeder Leemhuis TV series; 3 episodes
Jiskefet Jiskefet 1990 Juffrouw Jannie TV series; 1990–97
12 Cities, 13 Accidents 12 steden, 13 ongelukken 1991 Lilly TV series; 1 episode
The Northerners De Noorderlingen 1992 Martha
The Betrayed Op afbetaling 1993 Mien TV Film
Sparrow Mus 1993 Mus TV series
Called to the Bar Pleidooi 1993 Abdis TV series; 1 episode
Reunion Reünie 1994 TV Film
Erotic Tales: The Waiting Room De wachtkamer 1995 The Wife Short Film
The Dress De jurk 1996 Ordinary Woman
At the End of the Asparagus Time Aan het eind van de aspergetijd 1997 Francien TV Film
Unit 13 Unit 13 1998 Prison Director TV series; 1 episode
Zealandish Girl Zeeuws meisje 1998 TV series
Little Tony Kleine Teun 1998 Keet
The Flying Liftboy Abeltje 1998 Moeder Roef / Mrs. Chockle-Smith
Old Money Oud Geld 1999 Ank TV series; 2 episodes
Deer Hertenkamp 1999 Nilgun TV series
Zus & Zo Zus & Zo 2001 Annet
Undercover Kitty Minoes 2001 Jakkepoes Voice
Loonies Loenatik de Moevie 2002 Farmer Woman
Fate Lot 2003 Short Film
Grimm Grimm 2003 Farmer's Wife
Sea of Silence Verder dan de maan 2003 Aunt Masha
Two Dreams Twee dromen 2004 Wardrobe Woman TV Film
Ibbetlje Ibbeltje 2004 Moeder TV series
Fine Women Gooische Vrouwen 2005 Willemijn Lodewijkx TV series; 2005–07
Traceless Disappeared Spoorloos verdwenen 2006 Petra de Wit TV series; 1 episode
SEXTet SEXtet 2007 Marie-Lou
's Free Schaep 't Vrije Schaep 2009 Dolly TV series; 1 episode
The Last Days of Emma Blank De laatste dagen van Emma Blank 2009 Bella
Fuchsia the Mini-Witch Foeksia de Miniheks 2010 Juf Minuul
Zieleman Zieleman 2011 Edna TV Film
De Marathon De Marathon 2012
Borgman Borgman 2013
Schneider vs. Bax Schneider vs. Bax 2015 Gina

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Nominated Work Results
European Film Awards 1998 Best Actress Little Tony Nominated
Nederlands Film Festival Awards 1994 Best Actress in a TV Drama Mus Nominated
1998 Best Actress Little Tony Nominated
1999 Best Actress The Flying Liftboy Nominated
Picture and Sound Awards 2007 Best Actress Fine Women Nominated
2008 Best Actress Fine Women Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Annet Malherbe in nieuwe sketchshow RTL 4". De Gooi-en Eemlander (in Dutch). 6 January 2012. Retrieved 21 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Biography for Annet Malherbe". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 26 December 2011. 
  3. ^ "Annet Malherbe houdt van puisten". Telegraaf (in Dutch). 15 August 2010. Retrieved 21 January 2011. 

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