Andre Landzaat

Andre Landzaat

Andre Landzaat was born and raised in the Netherlands. He inherited his desire for adventure from his grandfather on his father's side, who was a sea captain that took him to all corners of the world. His desire for creativity came to him from his mother and her father, who were both successful painters. This combination prompted him to travel... Show more »
Andre Landzaat was born and raised in the Netherlands. He inherited his desire for adventure from his grandfather on his father's side, who was a sea captain that took him to all corners of the world. His desire for creativity came to him from his mother and her father, who were both successful painters. This combination prompted him to travel to foreign countries at a young age to pursue an acting career. Before he went abroad, he received a new talent award from the Nederlandse Film Maatschappij.He studied with Yves Furet in Paris before going to New York to study with Lee Strasberg at Carnegie Hall. In New York at the Actors Studio he worked with such talents as Shelley Winters, Al Pacino and 'Robert de Niro'. Other drama teachers Andre studied with were Peggy Feury and Warren Robertson. He traveled to Los Angeles for work and eventually received a Soap Opera Award for portraying the character of Tony Cassadine on General Hospital (1963) in 1981. His sister-in-law was played by Elizabeth Taylor. The popularity of the show allowed him to travel all over America, singing and writing some songs and bringing awareness to the problem of missing children. It caught the attention of Dutch television and they invited him to play Rudolf Stikker in Medisch Centrum West (1988). That's how his career started in Europe as well.He is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio and Theatre West. He played Rolfe in "Judgment at Nuremberg" (2001) at the Actors Studio West for a documentary on Maximilian Schell. He speaks French, German, Dutch and English. He resides in Studio City, California, and continues to be active at the Actors Studio and Theatre West. He also enjoys teaching young and new talents from all over the world at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Show less «
Andre Landzaat's FILMOGRAPHY
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Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...