Tessa Schram

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Tessa Schram
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Born (1988-10-18) 18 October 1988 (age 31)
Amstelveen, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Occupation Actress, director
Years active1998–present
Parent(s)Dave Schram
Maria Peters
RelativesQuinten Schram (brother)
Website tessaschram.com

Tessa Schram (born 18 October 1988) is a Dutch actress and director. She is the daughter of film producer and director Dave Schram and Maria Peters. While she is the sister of an actor Quinten Schram. [1]

Contents

Filmography

Films

As director

  • Sammie is Looking (2011)
  • Lost and Found (2012)
  • Painkillers (2014)
  • Kappen (2016)
  • 100% Coco (2017)

As assistant director

  • Guilty Movie (2012)
  • Graffiti Detective (2013)
  • Raaf (2015)

As writer

  • Painkillers (2014)

As actress

Miscellaneous

  • Radeloos (2008)
  • Bukowski (2010)
  • Arigato (2012)
  • Regret! (2013)
  • Kroost (2014)

Television series

As director

  • Dagboek van een callgirl (2015)
  • SpangaS (2016)

As script writer

  • Marathon Girl (2008)

As actress

  • Grijpstra & de Gier: Lekkere jongens (2006) as Nancy
  • Spoorloos verdwenen: De verdwenen leraar (2007) as Eline Buisel

Miscellaneous

  • Marathon Girl (2008)

On the cover

Maren Stoffels wrote her fourth book Freckles Love with Tessa on the cover, released in 2007. [2]

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References

  1. "Maria Peters" (in Dutch). Bioscoopagenda Nederland. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
  2. Rosenqvist, Kellie (14 August 2016). "Biografi Maren Stoffels" [Biography Maren Stoffels] (in Swedish). Jacka Bacon. Retrieved 30 September 2016.