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- * Derek de Lint made his debut in the theatre with Home, a play written and
directed by Hugo Claus.
After playing in films like 'Soldier of Orange', 'Crew Cut' and 'Bastille',
Derek became nationally known in Fons Rademakers' epos: 'The Assault'
(Academy Award and Golden Globe 1986).
Derek started his international film career in 'Mascara' opposite Charlotte
and 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being' opposite Lena Olin. He starred as
In the romantic Abelard and Heloise film: 'Stealing Heaven'.
He appeared in the US in TV series like 'China Beach', 'Perry Mason' and
In Europe he was the lead in TV Miniseries like 'The Free Frenchman' and
'The Burning Shore'.
In England Derek starred opposite Albert Finney in 'The Endless Game'
written and directed by Brian Forbes.
In 1995 MGM asked Derek to play the lead in a new TV series for Showtime:
'Poltergeist The Legacy' and played the part of leader Derek Rayne during
all four seasons.
After several guest appearances in TV series like 'Alias', 'Navy N.C.Y.S.'
and 'The L-Word' and the Dreamworks production 'Into the West', Derek
returned to the theatre in The Netherlands.
Between the stage productions of 'Mephisto' by Klaus Mann and 'Blackbird'
by David Harrower;
Derek returned to Los Angeles for 'When A Stranger Calls'
and later reunited with Paul Verhoeven for 'Blackbook'.
Since then, Derek has completed all five seasons of 'Gooische Vrouwen'; a
very successful TVcomedy for Endemol, Two seasons 'Deadline' , a crime
series for VARA TV and the lead role in 'Bloodrelatives' for AVRO TV.
Derek played in several Dutch features and
In 2017 his latest film 'The White King' has opened in England.
Later this year he will appear in 'The Blue Mauritius', that will shoot in Cape Town.