Jeroen Spitzenberger (1976) is best known internationally for his supporting role in the Oscar-nominated film TWIN SISTERS, which went on to be a hit with critics and film lovers worldwide.
In 1998 he graduated from the Institute of Arts in Arnhem. Ever since he is a beloved stage and screen actor and generally considered one of the most versatile Dutch actors. His past credits include roles in local box office hits such as ALLES IS LIEFDE, opposite Carice van Houten (GAME OF THRONES), as well as TV-series such as the immensely popular DIVORCE, also starring Katja Herbers (EVIL), which went on to air for four seasons.
Recent feature film credits include lead roles in the family film HOTEL SINESTRA, and BUMPERKLEEF, which was recognized by Dutch film critics as the best Dutch feature film of 2019.
On the small screen he played the lead role in the crime series STANLEY H. (2019) about Dutch crime kingpin Stanley Hillis. For this role, Jeroen earned a Dutch Academy Award nomination (Golden Calf) for Best Actor in a TV-Drama. Furthermore, Jeroen can be seen all four seasons of the succesful Dutch TV-series OOGAPPELS (2019-2021).
Most recently, Jeroen played the lead role of politician Pim Fortuyn in the TV-series HET JAAR VAN FORTUYN for which he received the Dutch Academy Award (Golden Calf) for Best Actor in a TV-Drama.
Jeroen is also at home on stage. He performed in plays such as MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S DREAM, ROMEO & JULIET, PPP (about Pier Paolo Passolini) and VENUS IN FUR, working with Holland's most renowned theater directors.