Verhoeven

Verhoeven is a toponymic surname of Dutch origin. The name is a contraction of van der Hoeven, meaning


Verhoeven is a toponymic surname of Dutch origin. The name is a contraction of van der Hoeven, meaning "from the homestead". In 2007, Verhoeven was the 44th most common name in the Netherlands. People with this surname include:Abraham Verhoeven (1575–1652), Flemish newspaper publisher Arthur Verhoeven (1889–1958), Belgian composer and organist Aurore Verhoeven, French cyclist Cornelis Verhoeven (1928–2001), Dutch philosopher and writer Deb Verhoeven, Australian media academic and film critic Helen Verhoeven, Dutch painter and sculptor Frans Verhoeven, Dutch motocross racer Jeroen Verhoeven, Dutch football player John Verhoeven, Belgian cyclist John Verhoeven, American baseball pitcher Jorg Verhoeven, Dutch sports climber Julie Verhoeven, British illustrator and designer Kees Verhoeven, Dutch politician and geographer Lis Verhoeven, German actress and theatre director, sister of Michael Michael Verhoeven, German film director, brother of Lis Nico Verhoeven, Dutch cyclist Noah Verhoeven, Canadian soccer player Paul Verhoeven (1901–1975), German actor and filmmaker, father of Lis and Michael Verhoeven Paul Verhoeven, Dutch film director Paul Verhoeven, Australian radio and television personality Paula Verhoeven, Indonesian model Peter Verhoeven, American basketball player Renate Verhoeven, Dutch footballer Rico Verhoeven, Dutch kickboxer Simon Verhoeven, German actor, screenwriter and film director, son of Michael Theodor Verhoeven (1907–1990), Dutch Catholic priest, missionary and amateur archaeologist Willem Verhoeven (1738–1809), Flemish poet and playwright Yves Verhoeven, French actorFictional personCamille Verhœven, protagonist of a detective trilogy
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