Hans Kesting

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Hans Kesting
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Kesting in 1991
Born (1960-10-06) October 6, 1960 (age 60)
Rotterdam, Netherlands

Hans Kesting (born 6 October 1960) is a Dutch actor. [1] He appeared in more than fifty films since 1987. He was diagnosed with HIV in 1996. [2] In 2016 he was awarded the Louis d'Or. [3]


Selected filmography

1989 De Kassière
1990 Vincent & Theo
1995 Aletta Jacobs: Het Hoogste Streven
1996 Punk Lawyer
1997 Character
2001 Undercover Kitty
2006 Nachtrit
2007 Moordwijven
2007 Kapitein Rob en het Geheim van Professor Lupardi
2011 Code Blue Doctor
2016 Moordvrouw
2018Niemand in de stad
2020 Ares Maurits Zwanenburg

Toneelgroep Amsterdam

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