Willem Dafoe
(Movies & TV)
Alex van Warmerdam
(Movies & TV)
Julian Fellowes
(Movies & TV)
Marina Abramovic
(Visual Arts)
Ingrid Jonker
Leni Riefenstahl
(Movies & TV)

See also

Carice van Houten

Knowledge Identifier: +Carice_van_Houten


Carice van Houten

Dutch stage and film actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1976.

Countries: United States (23%), Netherlands (23%), United Kingdom (23%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Willem Dafoe, Alex van Warmerdam, Julian Fellowes

Linked to: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Vanity Fair, Algemeen Nederlands Persbureau, HBO




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Carice van Houten was born in 1976 add something


In December 2006, Van Houten withdrew from a theatre production of Alex van Warmerdam due to personal reasons add something


Michiel Huisman - He had a part in the 2006 Dutch film "Black Book", starring fellow Dutch actress and good friend Carice van Houten


In 2008, she starred in the non-commercial short movie "Zingen in het Donker", a drama on domestic violence add something


In January 2008, Van Houten was named Woman of the Year by "New York Magazine" add something


She appeared in the magazine "Vanity Fair" in the issue for March 2008, photographed by Wayne Maser add something


On 4 October 2008, filming began on "From Time To Time", directed by Julian Fellowes add something


In April 2009, it was announced that Van Houten would star in "Black Death" by UK director Christopher Smith and in the highly anticipated Dutch film "Stricken" , based on the celebrated novel of the same name by Ray Kluun add something


The couple announced they were separating in August 2009 add something


In July 2011, Van Houten was cast as the priestess Melisandre in the second season of HBO's fantasy TV series "Game of Thrones" add something


Ingrid Jonker - In 2011, Dutch actress Carice van Houten appeared as Jonker in the movie "Black Butterflies", based on Jonker's life


In 2012, van Houten appeared in Antony and the Johnsons' "Cut the world" video, which was directed by Nabil and starred Willem Dafoe and Marina Abramovic add something


In late November 2012, the video for "Particle Of Light," the second single from her album, "See You On The Ice," was debuted on YouTube add something


In October 2013, she made public that she is in a relationship with Kees van Nieuwkerk, the son of Dutch TV host Matthijs van Nieuwkerk add something


In May 2015, she played Annika Van Houten in the episode of The Simpsons, "Let's Go Fly A Coot" add something


In 2016, she played the role of Leni Riefenstahl in "Race" add something


Carice is a lifelong fan of Laurel and Hardy and in June 2016 she called in to The Ross Owen Show on Black Sky Radio to talk aboout her love of Stan and Ollie add something


On August 29, 2016, Van Houten and Pearce announced the birth of their child, Monte Pearce add something


Guy Pearce - On March 19, 2016, Pearce and his girlfriend Carice van Houten announced that they were expecting a child, the first for both parents