Tjitske Reidinga is one of the most popular, versatile, and celebrated theatre, film, and television actresses in the Netherlands.
She gained national acclaim for her role in the popular drama series Gooische Vrouwen, directed by Will Koopman. The series was awarded a Golden Televizier Ring in 2009. Later, two successful feature films followed.
Over the years she has worked for various renowned theater companies and her roles have not gone unnoticed. Tjitske received the coveted Colombina for Best Supporting Actress in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. She was nominated for a Colombina for Augustus Oklahoma, as well as for a Theo D’Or for Sophie. She also received the Johan Kaart Award and the Mary Dresselhuys Award.
On the silver screen, Tjitske was seen in Dutch classic feature films such as Ja Zuster Nee Zuster, De Verbouwing, as well as in Alles is Familie and April, May en June. She also played the title role in the TV series and feature film Doris, written especially for her. In 2020 Tjitske played the title role in the television series K van Karlijn.
In addition to acting, Tjitske focuses on creating online content. She shared her struggles during the Corona pandemic in a successful series of vlogs for Linda.nl, all filmed from her own toilet. This marked the start of her online success. Tjitske uses social media as a creative outlet. She does this in a personal, unique, and humorous way. And with success; her channel has since grown into a platform for photography, lifestyle, interior design, beauty, and fashion.
This fall, Tjitske will be back on stage with her solo performance Portret. Also, she recently launched her first podcast Tjits Chat: an ode to real life, in which she discusses all parts of life with ordinary, everyday people.