Playing teenage types, first as a baby vamp and later as a flapper Long ringlets of red hair Peace sign in every photo she takes Always uses disonance during a scene of tension. Trivia Lead singer in the band he formed years ago with 'Paul de Munnik': They've had a lot of hits in The Netherlands and have released eight albums so far. Has a son, Finn Paul with ex-wife Joanneke.
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