Hans Klok on death of assistant: ‘This is such a blow,...

Hans Klok on death of assistant: ‘This is such a blow,...
Hans Klok on death of assistant: ‘This is such a blow,...

Klok met Nathalie Hoop 22 years ago. At the time, she was an assistant on the television show of magician Hans Kazàn. ,, She had her education with Lucia Martens and later auditioned with me. I loved her right away. I hired her and immediately took her on a tour to Germany. After that, we traveled the world for years. From Germany and America to China and Mexico. She was also there in 2007, for the first time in Las Vegas. Then she lived with me for seven months ”.

In private, Nathalie found her happiness with Pippin. “Her great love who already had a son, Mees. Seven years ago they had Keetje, their daughter, together. Their family was complete. I was so happy for her. ”

In 2016, tragedy struck when Nathalie Hoop was diagnosed with a tumor in the womb. “After treatment went well for a while. We performed in February last year. In Monte Carlo, Blackpool. ” It was during the period that Klok decided to try his luck for the second time in Las Vegas. “Nathalie would come too. Her work permit had already been arranged. She would start things up for the first few months and then hand them over to an American dancer. Keetje and Mees would also come along. ”

It fell through. The disease returned and more severe than ever. “It was so tragic. Just incomprehensible. Nathalie and Pepijn did come to Las Vegas last summer. To get married again in a very nice chapel. It was very hot, but also very beautiful. She even participated in a show. ”

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Klok had just been working in Las Vegas for a few months, where he had signed a ten-year contract with entertainment colossus MGM. Corona ended his American adventure. A few weeks ago, the illusionist announced that he will temporarily stop in the gambling-crazy American city now that he has not been able to perform for seven months.

Shortly before the outbreak of the crisis, in early March of this year, he last saw Natalie Hoop. “I had flown to the Netherlands for a job for the KNVB. Natahalie was in a treatment process, but she immediately came to participate in the act. It was our last performance. We have of course kept a lot of contact, a lot about the app, although that has been very difficult recently. Understandable, of course, because she was so ill. ”


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Assistants are always underestimated, people think that if you walk around in a bikini you are already there

Hans Klok

“Assistants are always underestimated. People think that if you walk around in a bikini you are already there. It doesn’t work like that. It is a team sport. Work really hard. Nathalie was always there. She was one of my biggest pillars. We only had to look at each other if we knew: you go left, I go right. We could read each other’s minds. Whatever you have with musicians in a pop group that has existed for twenty years. I thought to the last: she will be one of those millions who will make it. Against all knowledge. This is such a blow, so unfair. I’m going to miss her so much. ”

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