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Johanna ter Steege

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Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Jan Obbeek (m. 1995)
Role  Actress

Name  Johanna Steege
Years active  1988–present
Children  Hanna Obbeek
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Born  10 May 1961 (age 62) (1961-05-10) Wierden, Netherlands
Awards  European Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominations  Golden Calf for Best Actress, European Film Award for Best Actress
Movies  The Vanishing, Immortal Beloved, Cool Kids Don't Cry, Tirza, A la vie
Similar People  Hanna Obbeek, George Sluizer, Rudolf van den Berg, Bernard Rose, Julie Depardieu

Johanna ter steege

Johanna ter Steege (born 10 May 1961) is a Dutch actress.


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She won the European Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her movie debut in The Vanishing (1988). Among her other films are Robert Altman's Vincent & Theo (1990), István Szabó's Meeting Venus (1991) and Sweet Emma, Dear Böbe (1992), Bernard Rose's Immortal Beloved (1994), and Bruce Beresford's Paradise Road (1997).

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In 1993, she was a member of the jury at the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival and was awarded with the Berlinale Camera.

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In 1994, after Julia Roberts and Uma Thurman declined, Stanley Kubrick cast her for his adaptation of Louis Begley's novel Wartime Lies. Kubrick abandoned the project after it became clear that Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List would be released first.

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Selected filmography

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  • The Vanishing (1988, as Saskia Wagter)
  • Vincent & Theo (1990, as Jo Bonger)
  • Immortal Beloved (1994, as Johanna Reiss)
  • Istanbul (2011, as Katalin Munk; directed by Ferenc Török)
  • Achtste Groepers Huilen Niet (2012, as Moeder Akkie)
  • To Life (2014, as Lili)
  • History's Future (2016)
  • References

    Johanna ter Steege Wikipedia