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Acteurs- en kleinkunstenaarslexicon: 3200 namen uit 100 jaar Nederlands toneel by Piet Hein Honig (1984)

Translated where necessary by Richard, who notes:
1) Doesn't go any further than 1984 and
2) Structure list of television-performances: Title (broadcasting corporation season)


(The Hague, July 17th 1950)
(Dick Hein de Lint)
is actor in mainly movies- and television.
He studied photography and graphic design at the Art Academy in Utrecht, followed by two years of 'Kleinkunstacademie' in Amsterdam. Made his debut in 1975 and worked with 'The Amsterdam Electric Circus" (--not translated, was in English)

1975/76 'Free production / Adhoc production' (dunno what this means) Thuis (played Rik Vandaele) - by H. Claus ; The Rocky Horror Show (played Brad Mayors) - by R. O'Brien
1977/78 'Free production / Adhoc production' (dunno what this means) Wie slaapt waar? (played Chris) - by A. Ayckbourn

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Theo Olof presenteert: Peter I Tjaikowski en Nadejda von Meck (tros 77/78); Uit de wereld van Guy de Maupassant: De vlieg (tros 77/78); Kant aan m'n broek (kro 78/79); Natuurlijke historie (tros 78/79); De truc (ncrv 79/80); Lessen in liefde: De strijd om de liefde (tros 80/81); De brief (nos 81/82); De vlucht van de duif (ncrv 81/82); Suzanne (tros 82/83); Armoede (ncrv 82/83); Clara Wieck en Johannes Brahms (tros 82/83); Spiegel aan de wand (vara 82/83); Dolly Dots (tros 83/84); Herenstraat 10 (tros 83/84)


Barocco (dir: André Téchiné, 1976); Soldaat van Oranje (dir: Paul Verhoeven, 1977); Blindgangers (dir: Ate de Jong, 1977); Dag dokter (dir: Ate de Jong, 1978); De grens (dir: Bobby Eerhart, 1979); Kort Amerikaans (dir: Guido Pieters, 1979); Dat moet toch kunnen (Emmanuel Boeck, 1979); The lucky star (Max Fischer, 1980); Come-back (Lionne Severijn, 1981); Van de koele meren des doods (Nouchka van Brakel, 1982); Een zaak van leven en dood (George Schouten, 1983); Bastille (Rudolf van den Berg, 1984)


Thanks again to Derek's fellow Dutchman, Richard van Bilsen, for doing the research, translations, scanning images and confirming all this info for us!

Thanks to Lukas, from the Unofficial Dolly Dots homepage, who sent me the photo (shown inset of the cropped one to show just Derek) at Richard's request.

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