Jacob Derwig holds for about 25 years scrapbooks of his career. He keeps photos, brochures and newspaper articles, plays and films in which he has played.
That told the 48-year-old actor, known for more Penoza, Clamp and Banker of the Opposition, Friday during an interview on NPO Radio 1.
“I am a plakboekenman,” said Derwig. “I’ve been playing 25 years, so there is much room to cut.” The collection of memories will help him against the transience of life. “Especially a play is quickly away if you are done playing. I think it is nice to have reminders to keep it.”
In addition, Derwig quiet of the paste. “I think it is a hobby for me,” he explains. “I am a terugkijker. That is a trait of me that I cherish.” That also applies to the prices that the actor in his life has won. “We have at home is really a prijzenkastje. Prices throw you away, I’m proud of it. That should be seen.”
Derwig is currently in the cinemas to see in the Banker of the Resistance. He plays with Barry Atsma, the brothers Of Hall, who put together a megafraude committed and in that way in the Second world War, the resistance against the nazis funded.