Former car salesman from NL that became famous as a jazz saxophone player.
Considered a hero that made jazz known to the public by anyone that doesn't know much about music. Considered arrogant and incompetent by those who do.
A frequent cocaine user. His daughter, candy dulfer, also plays sax.
For many musicians he symbolizes the injustice of the music scene: it's not about talent, it's about guts. Quote: "I only know 13 riffs, but I play them better than anyone else."