Wouter deprez vrouw /\ Wouter Wilfried Deprez is a Flemish comedian and actor who performs stand-up comedy.
Deprez holds a bachelor’s degree in political and social sciences, as well as a master’s degree in comparative cultural sciences, among other qualifications. After that, he went on to study drama at the conservatory.
In Flanders, he was best known as a panellist on the De Just Judges television programme, which aired on Canvas.
The play “The probably little unbelievable but absolutely factual history of Verlorenbrood” was written for the 700th anniversary of the Battle of the Golden Spurs in 2002, to commemorate the battle’s 700th anniversary.
Humo’s Comedy Cup was awarded to him in 2003.
Erik Van Looy hosted the television quiz show De Slimste Mens ter Wereld in 2005, and he was the winner of the final round.
The more information I can get, the better, and the more sensible I can be in deciding what we should do. The emotional repercussions can – and will – occur later on.
Marjan, on the other hand, only allows knowledge to be shared when she believes she is ready and requires it. She takes her medication. She didn’t want to hear anything about chemo until after the surgery.
She did not want any information regarding the radiation or the hormone therapy while she was through chemotherapy.
She consistently chooses the information that she believes is most important at the time. ‘I believe she demonstrates remarkable discipline and intelligence in doing so.’
‘In that regard, Wouter and I are really compatible. He is in desperate need of information. The doctor ordered studies, and he read publications as well as the documentary The Emperor of All Diseases, which was a biographical look at the disease cancer.
Every now and again, he would say something that was beneficial to me. To the extent that we didn’t have to investigate causes, such as why energy had been depleted, I was simply unlucky in some ways.
And when I was anxious about whether or not to start hormone therapy, which I was really hesitant to do at first, he searched up all kinds of information on the subject on the internet for me.
Based on that knowledge and my discussions with the oncologist, I opted to continue taking the medications because they are critical to my recovery.’
The situation with Wouter Deprez’s wife is as good as it can be. She was diagnosed with breast cancer a year and a half ago and has since undergone the most aggressive therapies available.
Her body is now recuperating and is free of metastases. The last season of Deprez’s show, ‘Bloemen, Bijen, en Borstbollen,’ saw him attempt to handle the news with sweet comedy and a little poetry, but this season he is determined to use outrageous and uncomfortable situation humour.
At the same time, he is a shambolicly sensitive individual. A large number of individuals shed tears at the conclusion of the performance that we witnessed. One of them was none other than Wouter Deprez.
Marjan was 39 years old at the time, and she was in the midst of planning her wedding to comedian Wouter Deprez, whom she had been dating for some months.
In addition, they are raising their two sons, who are five and eight years old. Time comes to a halt, and treatment begins.
In her book, ‘It’s a different year,’ she describes the situation. Marjan Meganck describes her and Wouter’s experiences with cancer in dS Weekblad and the audio tale ‘Uitschijn,’ as well as in the audio storey ‘Uitschijn’.
A live audience was present as he took the stage. She sat alone with her notepad and her thoughts.