Mylou frencken ziek /\ In addition to performing in shows and creating a cabaret programme, Mylou Frencken also sings and writes lyrics.
For example, Frencken writes a weekly column for the Haarlems Dagblad and previously contributed to Esta, which has since gone out of business.
Frencken grew up in the city of Haarlem. She took part in music and theatre evenings at the Coornhert Lyceum, where she was a member of the chorus.
While in first grade, she appeared in The Sixth Class, a seven-part IKON television series that she co-starred in. She was a member of the Dertien radio program’s band, and she was known for her abilities as a pianist and singer.
After high school, Frencken attended the Academy of Kleinkunst in Amsterdam, where he studied illustration. She has appeared in a number of films and has written some songs of her own.
Frencken got the Academy’s Creativity Prize in 1991 for her graduation programme Where Is She? She also received the Cameretten Personality Prize in 1991 for her graduation programme Where Is She?
She and her late husband Bert Klunder (who died in 2006) collaborated on two cabaret programmes.
The couple appeared in Visch en Fruit, where Frencken played the shy girl who patiently accepts the complaining of her boyfriend, and Frencken played the bashful boy. They have recently tied the knot in Varkens Wassen.
“The way he would have wanted it,” one of the various roles – ranging from next of kin to undertaker – that the two comedians play, showcases the two performers effectively.
According to their on-stage ‘testimonials,’ the duo may rely on a plethora of personal experience to create their work. Sadly, Mylou Frencken’s husband and father, Bert Klunder, passed away within two years of each other in 2007.
Tiddens performed the funeral services for his parents and brother-in-law. Frencken was born and reared in the Dutch city of Haarlem, where he currently resides.
During her time at the Coornhert Lyceum, she performed in both musical and theatrical productions. She starred as a first-grader in The Sixth Class, a seven-episode IKON television series that aired in Japan.
She was a pianist and singer in the Dertien radio program’s band, which performed on a regular basis. In order to further his creative skills, Frencken attended the Academy of Kleinkunst in Amsterdam after graduating from secondary school. Her work has been featured in a number of films and songs.
“She was born during World War II in the town of Winsum in the province of Groningen. Her father worked as a bailiff and was a member of the resistance movement.
When he was betrayed in February 1945, he was sent to Neuengamme detention camp in Germany. He managed to survive, but he died shortly after the camp was liberated.
Growing up, I thought it was tragic that my grandma was left alone with two young children, one of which was my mother, who at the time was only one and a half years old.
I became a widow much later in life, when I was the same age as my grandmother. My mother has always been really concerned about her well-being.
She felt, I believe, that she was a part of Grandma’s happiness, and this has become a part of her identity: she is still the wind beneath everyone’s wings.