Anna Drijver

Anna Drijver Trailers

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Anna Drijver (The Hague, October 1, 1983) is a Dutch (stage)actress and model. She worked as a model since the age of fourteen. Drijver played in television series Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden, the 2005 film "Flirt" the 2008 film "Bride Flight". She also performs on stage, in a play called "Uitgedokterd", and did voice acting for the action-MMO game The Chronicles of Spellborn

Most Popular Anna Drijver Trailers

Total trailers found: 10

Stricken Trailer (2009)

26 November 2009

Handsome Dutchman Stijn is the star of an advertising agency with his buddy Frenk and a hot womanizer.

Loft Trailer (2010)

16 December 2010

Five best friends, all married, decide to share a loft apartment. In this loft they meet their mistresses and conquests.

Der zweite Mann Trailer (2013)

25 October 2013

A young financial auditor, promoted to his first serious position, soon finds himself following in the fatal footsteps of his predecessor.

Bellicher: Cel Trailer (2012)

04 October 2012

Michael Bellicher wakes up one morning to find out that his identity has been stolen. Soon he learns that the perpetrator is using his stolen ID for all kinds of illegal action.

Tony 10 Trailer (2012)

14 February 2012

A family film which tells the unlikely and timeless story about almost ten year old Tony, whose father rises from being a crane driver to Secretary of State.

Bride Flight Trailer (2008)

15 October 2008

The story of the women on the KLM flight that won the 1953 Air Race from London to Christchurch, New Zealand.

Madly in Love Trailer (2013)

12 September 2013

The film focuses on the tumultuous romance in the lives of four women in The Hague. Teenage daughter Eva, her mother Judith, aunt Barbara and older sister Anna make it under one roof Hague together a nice game of.

Weg van jou Trailer (2017)

19 October 2017

Der Bankraub Trailer (2016)

09 May 2016

Stella's oorlog Trailer (2009)

19 February 2009

Dutch working mother, Stella, was supportive of international mission in Uruzgan, even if that meant missing her husband Jurre for months.