Jos Brink

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Jos Brink

Jos Brink (19 June 1942, Heiloo, North Holland – 17 August 2007, Amsterdam) was a Dutch actor, radio and musical performer, film producer, television and radio personality, columnist and author. Brink was also a pastor engaged to the oecumenical congregation De Duif in Amsterdam.[1]

Brink did much to promote acceptance of homosexuality in Dutch society and was a well-known out gay person.[2] He started living with his artistic partner Frank Sanders in 1973.

In a 1979 TV show Thank You, Your Majesty he kissed Queen Juliana (1909–2004) while congratulating her on her 70th birthday.[2]


Jos Brink died of colorectal cancer on 17 August 2007, aged 65.[2]


  1. ^ De Duif Amsterdam
  2. ^ a b c Jos Brink dies,; accessed 24 March 2015.

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