Frank Lammers is a Dutch actor and director. He was born in Mierlo in the south of Holland. After graduating drama academy in Amsterdam in 1995, he started his career as a theatre actor. First at Toneelgroep Amsterdam, followed by 2 years in the ensemble of the RO theater, in Rotterdam and 3 years at the NNT in Groningen. He was awarded an Arlequino, the most prestigious Dutch theatre award for Best Supporting Actor, for his role in "Onder Mannen". In 1999 he played his break out role in the film "Wilde Mossels". Since then, he has played in over a 100 film and series. He is a five time nominee for the 'Golden Calf', the most prestigious Dutch Film Award, winning the award twice for Best TV Actor. He has also won several international awards at various festivals Next to his work as an actor, Frank is also a director. He directed three films: "Of ik gek ben" and the films "Groeten van Gerrie" and "Herrie in Huize Gerri", both produced during the pandemic. Internationally, Frank is best known for his role as "Ferry Bouman" in the Netflix hit-series"Undercover" and the spin-off film "Ferry". Frank is married, has two children and is currently living in Amsterdam.
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