Heterdaad

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Heterdaad
Created by drama, crime
Developed by Ward Hulselmans
Written byWard Hulselmans
Directed by Mark De Geest, Marc Lybaert, Anne Ingelbrecht, Frank Van Mechelen
Starring Jo De Meyere
Oswald Versp
Gilda De Bal
Ben Van Ostade
Dirk Tuypens
Kris Cuppens
Theme music composer Johan Hoogewijs
Country of origin Belgium
Original languageDutch
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes40
Production
Producer Tia Merecy
Editor Luc Provoost
Running time55 minutes
Release
Original network Eén
Original release1996 (1996)
Chronology
Followed by Flikken

Heterdaad was a Belgian television series involving the activities of BOB, the former Belgian security and search brigade which was part of the gendarmerie. It was aired on Eén between 1996 and 1999. [1] It was the intention to produce 5 seasons but as the BOB was dismantled season 5 was never made. The series and characters were created by Ward Hulselmans. [2]

Contents

Main cast

ActorCharacterFunctionPeriod
Gilda De Bal Matti Tomassetti First chief guard 1996-1999
Ben Van Ostade Tibo LeemansFirst waitmaster1996-1999
Jo De Meyere John Nauwelaerts Adjutant-chef 1996-1999
Oswald Versyp Sylvain Van MechelenFirst waitmaster1996-1999
Dirk Tuypens Reggie BaxFirst chief guard1996-1999
Kris Cuppens Willy Martenswaitmaster1996-1999
Hans De Munter Bruno SnoeckxCaptain1996-1997
Karel Deruwe Gino CapellenLieutenant1997-1999

Episodes

SeasonEpisode numbers# of episodes Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Year aired
11 - 10101996
211 - 20101997
321 - 30101998
431 - 40101999

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References

  1. Heterdaad on Showbizzsite
  2. Bonte, Leo (26 May 2007). "De mens achter de misdaad" [The man behind the crime] (in Dutch). Retrieved 30 June 2019.