| Alex Warmerdam|
| Annet Malherbe|
| 14 August 1952 (age 63) (1952-08-14) Haarlem, Netherlands|
writer, film director, actor
Mees van Warmerdam, Houk van Warmerdam
Thea van Warmerdam, Peter van Warmerdam
Borgman, Schneider vs Bax, The Northerners, Waiter, The Dress
Annet Malherbe, Jan Bijvoet, Jeroen Perceval, Tom de Wispelaere, Vincent van Warmerdam
Alex van Warmerdam Wikipedia
Alex van Warmerdam (born 14 August 1952) is a Dutch screenwriter, film director, and actor. He is also a painter.
Van Warmerdam was born in Haarlem, a city in the province of North Holland in the Netherlands. He was cofounder of the theatre group Hauser Orkater (which later became the musictheatre group Orkater). In 1980 he founded the theatre group De Mexicaanse Hond (The Mexican Dog), together with his brother Marc van Warmerdam. This is the name under which all the shows since 1989 have been released.
He made his first feature film in 1986: Abel. He plays parts in most of his own movies, mostly performing as a lead character.
Alex van Warmerdam is married to Dutch actress Annet Malherbe, who also plays parts in most of his films. Their son Mees is a musician and has performed in various shows by theatre group De Mexicaanse Hond.
His 2013 film Borgman was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.Adelbert (1977) (short film) (as an actor)
Entree Brussels (1978) (short film) (as a writer)
Striptease (1979) (short film) (as a writer)
Zie De Mannen Vallen (1980) (TV film)
Graniet (1982) (TV film)
De Stedeling (1984) (short film)