Hans de Munter (was born in Merksem , 15 June 1953 ) is a Belgium Flemish actor .
In the theater, he was, among other things as an actor and director associated with the Window Theatre , in productions King Lear,and The Hakkelgaren Onkreukbaren.
His most famous roles on television are those of police chief Paul Keyser in Witse , who Lawyer Robert Swerts at home , that of Ambassador Petros in Family , which Dimitri Vanieper in Wittekerke and Leon Van Wyck in Sara - telenovela .
He also played a major role as Antonio, a friend of Sabrina Backeljau in the series Family Backeljau (1994-1997) and as Deputy Commissioner Wim Steurs in the series along the Quay , a colleague of Paul Crets (played by Charles Vingerhoets ).
In 2007 he played the role of Investigation Judge Stefaan Paulussen in the 3rd season of the series Police Zone City .
He performed in the autumn of 2007 Leon Van der Neffe in the Kiekeboes -theatervoorstelling Baas top boss .
He played guest roles in Interflix , Wildschut (1985), Heterdaad (Captain Bruno Snoeckx), Congo (Jean Roland) Windkracht 10 (Colonel Meersman), Right to Right (Research Judge), Hello Belgium (John) Aspe (Inspector Bultynck) Rupel (Doctor Dirk Deruyck) Law according to Milo (Attorney Kral), FC Champions (Alex Cooremans 1994, Customer VAT restaurant in 1998 and Hubert Somers in 2007), Rush (Hugo), Flikken (Pastor in 1999 Philippe D'Hoker in 2008), Lili Marleen (Armand), W817 (Robert De Hert), Amika (Mathieu Louis'), Spring (Father of Pia), Code 37 , 2009 (Serge Vlaeminck) and Witse , 2009 (Paul Keyser ). He made two guest appearances on MegaMindy in 2007 as Kazimir Kriminalsky and Fred Brick in 2009. Since 2011 Hans also played guest roles in Transport.TV program on Canal Z.
He has two sons with actress Ann Hendrickx and one son with another partner.
From December 2010 until May 2014 he played the role of Dirk Cock Laere in the Family , in 2012, he has been featured in the fiction series The Pentagon on One. In 2014 he was also in two episodes of the 2nd season of Crimi Clowns ever in November 2014, he has been featured in the new youth series Ghost rockers as the school director Rocco Kent