Danny de Munk (Netherlands)

    Dennis (Danny) de Munk (born 19 February 1970 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch actor, singer, musical actor and former child star.
    De Munk started acting at the age of 13 as the leading role in the film Ciske de Rat (Ciske the Rat), directed by Guido Pieters, starring Herman van Veen as teacher and Willeke van Ammelrooy as mother. The coming of age trilogy (book) was written by Piet Bakker from 1941-46.
    The title song of the film Ik voel me zo verdomd alleen was also sung by Danny de Munk and in 1984 scored a number one hit in the Dutch Top 40 and stayed there for 14 weeks (3 weeks number one).
    Between 1986 and 1991 he had successfully continued acting and singing, but started 1991 a career as musical actor. In 1995 Danny de Munk covered Thomas Anders' (of Modern Talking fame) song How Deep Is Your Love for the album Danny. In 1997 he played a homosexual in a soccer team in the film All Stars. He is still singing and has an own stage program.