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Overview (1)

Born in Uithoorn, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Mini Bio (1)

Angela Schijf became famous thanks to her performance in Goede tijden, slechte tijden (1990) (GTST), in which she played Kim from 1996 until 1999. After that she played lead roles in the films Ik ook van jou (2001) and BackSlide (2003). She also played in the film The Shaft (2001).

Angela played the lead in the musical 42nd Street in 2000-2001, and for that won the Musical Award voor Beste Vrouwelijke Nieuwkomer (Musical Award for best new female talent). In 2002-2003 she stood on the stage again playing in Momenten van Geluk, as wel as in 42nd Street again.

On TV Angela could be seen in shows as Oppassen!!! (1991), M'n dochter en ik (1995), Baantjer (1995) and Babes (1999). More recently, she played the younger sister of three in the series Meiden van de Wit (2002).

The past theatre season she played a lead role in Glazen Speelgoed (The Glass Menagerie), and last March her new feature film The Archives (2003) was shown by NPS.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anne-Lies, angelaschijf.nl (official site)

Spouse (1)

Tom Van Landuyt (3 July 2002 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (6)

Decided to leave Goede tijden, slechte tijden (1990) because she wants to spread her wings. [May 1999]
Likes to play saxophone.
Gave birth to her first child, a daugher called Bloem (Dutch for the word flower) on 17th July 2004. The father is her husband, actor Tom Van Landuyt.
She and husband Tom van Landuyt are expecting their second child for august 2006.
Second daughter Mensje Frédérique, born September 9, 2006. Mensje means little person in Dutch and Frédérique is in honor of Angela Schijf's friend, actress Frédérique Huydts who died of cancer in April 2006.
On 11 april 2012 Angela gave birth to her third daughter Zusje.

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