Jeroen van Venrooij is born in 1977 in Nijmegen, in the east of the Netherlands.


Simultaneous to his pre-university education he attends the 3-year preparatory course of the Utrecht Theaterschool. In 1999 he graduates from the Amsterdam Dramaschool.


He starts working at various theater groups such as Het Nationale Toneel, Huis aan de Amstel, Golden Palace, theatergroep Max, Theater het Amsterdamse Bos and mainly; de Paardenkathedraal. There he participaties in 10 productions, with highlights such as:  Equus, where he plays the part of Alan Strang, Midsummernightsdream and Night is mother to the day, where he plays the part of David.


Besides his theater work, Jeroen stars in television series like de Co-assistent, Keyzer & de Boer advocaten, Rozengeur & Wodkalime, Dok 12 en Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden. And he participates in the NPS-short film Het rijke verdriet by Erwin Olaf.


He also gives communication training for companies, and does voice overs for cartoons and radio-commercials.


In recent years he plays in musical theater, such as family musicals Junglebook and Otje, MariaMaria and self-produced Zin in jou for summer festival de Parade. And he participates in Staal, the successful production for youngsters at td MAAS. He also performs as an actor and puppeteer in e.g. In de Maneschijn at tg Winterberg and Donderbuikjes at Kwatta.

And plays with orchestra’s like the Rotterdams Philharmonic, Philharmonie Zuidnederland and de Ereprijs in respectively Het verhaal van de soldaat, De Liefhebber and Baal.

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EDUCATION &

COURSES

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until now Kleinkoor Amsterdam - choir singing


stage combat


website building


until 2011 singing lessons Jimmy Hutchinson


saxophone lessons


until 2001 singing lessons Mildred Aikema


graduated Amsterdam Dramaschool


graduated pre-university education


horse-riding


until 1995 3-year preparatory course Utrecht Theaterschool


Spanish dance


tapdance


until 1993 ballroom and Latin dancing


until 1992 youth circus