Theodor Holman
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Theodor Holman
Theodor Holman.

Theodor Holman (born 9 January 1953 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch journalist, presenter, and writer of Indo descent.

He studied Dutch language and History at the University of Amsterdam. He was editor of the satirical student newspaper Propria Cures.[1]

His play Breivik meets Wilders (Dutch: Breivik ontmoet Wilders) depicts a fictional meeting between Anders Behring Breivik and controversial Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders at London's Heathrow airport in March 2010.[2] The play was staged at Amsterdam's De Balie theatre. Other plays are currently under development in Sweden and the UK.[3]


  • Een lekker leven - A nice life (1986)
  • Apenliefde - Monkeylove (1991)
  • Familiefeest - Family party (1992)
  • Hoe ik mijn moeder vermoordde - How I murdered my mother (1999)
  • Het blijft toch familie - They're still family (2001)


Films as screenwriter:


  1. ^ "Auteursportret Theodor Holman". Uitgeverij Nijgh & Van Ditmar. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved . External link in |work= (help)
  2. ^ Delaunay, Nicolas (22 March 2012). "Norway gunman 'meets' Dutch right-wing MP on stage". The Daily Star. Beirut, Lebanon. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ Smith, Lyndsey (21 February 2012). "Breivik terror-play to Oslo". The Foreigner. Oslo, Norway. Retrieved 2012.

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