Sylvia Gertrudis Martyna Hoeks|
1 June 1983
Maarheeze, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
|Other names||Sylvia Hoecks, Sylvia Hoek|
Shortly after graduation from Maastricht Theatre Academy, Hoeks had a main role in the Dutch TV film Staatsgevaarlijk. In 2005, Hoeks appeared as a mistress in the series Gooische Vrouwen and had a main role in the psychological thriller series Vuurzee.
Hoeks' breakthrough was in the Jos Stelling film Duska (2007). She won a Golden Calf, the Dutch equivalent of an Academy Award, for Best Supporting Actress for the role. She next played Julia in The Storm (2009), and the title role in Tirza (2010). Hoeks starred as Johanna van Heesch in The Gang of Oss in 2011, and as Elise in The Girl and Death in 2012. In 2013, she played Claire Ibbetson in the film The Best Offer, her first international role.
Hoeks portrayed the replicant Luv in the 2017 science fiction film Blade Runner 2049. She trained with weights and in martial arts for six hours a day, six days a week before and during filming. Hoeks appeared as Lara in the Steven Quale action film Renegades. In February 2017, she was cast as Leigh in All the Devil's Men. In October 2017, Hoeks was cast in The Girl in the Spider's Web, the sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
|2011||The Gang of Oss||Johanna van Heesch|
|2012||The Girl and Death||Elise|
|2013||The Best Offer||Claire Ibbetson|
|Bros Before Hos||Anna|
|Blade Runner 2049||Luv|
|2018||The Girl in the Spider's Web||Camilla Salander|
|All the Devil's Men||Leigh|
|2005||Sea of Fire||Sonja Looman||Main role (24 episodes)|
|2006||Gooische Vrouwen||Lucy||(4) episodes|
|2009–2013||'t Schaep met de 5 pooten||Ellie de Beer||(3) episodes|
|2010–2014||Blood Relatives||Antje Zwager||Main role (24 episodes)|
|2011–2015||Adultery||Iris van Erkel-Hoegaarde||Main role (32 episodes)|
|2016||Berlin Station||Claudia Gartner||(2) episodes|
|TBA||See||Queen Kane||Main role|
- 2007: Golden Calf for Best Supporting Actress for Duska
- 2009: Best Actress at the Festroia International Film Festival for The Storm
- 2011: Shooting Stars Award
- 2014: Sylvia Kristel Award
- 2017: IGN's Best of 2017 Award nomination for Best Supporting Performer in a Movie for Blade Runner 2049
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