Ann Petersen

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Ann Petersen
Born(1927-06-22)22 June 1927
Wuustwezel, Belgium
Died11 December 2003(2003-12-11) (aged 76)
Opwijk, Belgium
OccupationActress

Ann Petersen (22 June 1927 – 11 December 2003) was a Belgian actress.

She was especially noted for her roles in Home Sweet Home , Pauline & Paulette , the children's serial Samson & Gert , Captain Zeppos , Wij, Heren van Zichem and Thuis .

Selected filmography

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