Ianka Fleerackers

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Ianka Fleerackers
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Born (1971-08-06) 6 August 1971 (age 50)
Occupationactor, television presenter

Ianka Fleerackers (born 6 August 1971) is a Flemish stage, television and film actress and television presenter.


She landed her first part at age 14, playing a student in the TV series Meester, hij begint weer!. She had starring parts in the TV series Kulderzipken , Flikken , and in LouisLouise where she plays Charlotte De Wilde.

She has two children.



2005 De Indringer Tania
2004 Lisa Short film
2002 Dju! Short film
Lisa LisaShort film, in French
2000 Everybody's Famous! Gaby
Karel is Karel
1996 Croque monsieur Short film
1994 Max Sofie


2008–2009 LouisLouise Charlotte De Wilde
2005, 2007–2009 Flikken Natalie Mouton / Emma BoonPlayed Natalie Mouton in three episodes in 2005, and Emma Boon in 2007–2009.
2006 Witse Els Guns
2005 De Kotmadam ChantalSeason 15, Episode 2.
1998 Windkracht 10 Els
Hof van Assisen Leentje Simons
1995–1997 Kulderzipken Prinses Prieeltje
1995 Ons Geluk Céline
1994 Niet voor publikatie Eva
1993 Meester! Former pupil
1992 Copy copy
1985 Meester, hij begint weer! Pupil

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