Ramsey Nasr has won the Louis d'Or 2019 for his role as Jude in the theater piece Een kleine leven . The Theo d'Or went to Hannah Hoekstra for her role as Emma in People, Places & Things . The Theo d'Or and the Louis d'Or are the most important stage prizes for an actress and an actor respectively.

The jury calls Nasr's role "an emotional and impressive wear and tear". He also received the most important theater prize in 2015. With his second Louis d'Or, Nasr is the successor to Bruno van den Broecke, the winner of the prize in 2018.

The jury praises Hoekstra for her "magisterial tour de force. She forces us to where she wants us. Last year, Karina Holla won the prize.

The prize for the best supporting role among the men, the Arlecchino, went to Mark Kraan for his role as Sam in Cinema . Rosa van Leeuwen won the Colombina for the best supporting actor as Honey in Wie is afraid of Virginia Woolf .


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