Actress Truus Dekker passed away on January 8 at the age of 99. Producer Ellen Jens, who was friends with her, informed the ANP today. Dekker was best known for the roles she played in the television series of Wim T. Schippers. She died in her sleep.
In the nineties, the actress played the role of Nel van der Hoed-Smulders in the series for fifty episodes. We’re back home. In the eighties she played the role of Loes de Wilde in Looking for Jolanda, another series by Schippers. She was also seen for a long time as Jaap Kooiman’s mother in the KRO hit Then happiness was very common.
Dekker graduated from drama school in 1946. She started her acting career in the 1950s and 1960s with the Dutch Comedy and regularly worked for radio and television programs.
The actress also played small roles in cinema hits like Turkish fruit, Soldier of Orange and splashes. After her retirement, Dekker sometimes played supporting roles in hit series such as Doctor Dane, Cops Maastricht and The Co-assistant. Her last TV role was in 2013, in the series Doctor Tinus.
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We are back home actress Truus Dekker (99) passed away | show
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