• Languages
    Dutch, German, English, French, Swedish
  • Origin
  • Lives in
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gerben Tuin is known for Jan Kramer in Heldt (Sony Pictures, ZDF, season 4 episode 1 and 12 and season 5 episode 18, language German)

– Sonnet Walks
   (Shakespeare’s Globe, language early modern English, London)
– Romeo, Capulet, Friar Laurence, Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet
   (The Dutch Factory, language early modern English:  The Netherlands)

Gerben has been acting in English since 2010, when he played Vincent van Gogh in the Dutch premiere of “Vincent in Brixton”. In 2013 he wrote his first (Dutch) theatre play “Cabaret”, based on the book and film.

He trains weekly with The Dutch Factory, a theatre group he joined in 2012 that works on Shakespeare’s texts in original language and on improvisation, with director Tim Carroll (English Shakespeare Company, the Northcott Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe).

Gerben Tuin played in several TV drama’s, short films and theatre plays throughout the Netherlands in the past 7 years. He has been crafting his acting skills through workshops on Stanislavski, Shakespeare, Viewpoints and several physical techniques. His mother tongue is Dutch and through working on Shakespeare his second mother tongue became English. He also speaks German, French and Swedish.

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