Stefaan Van Brabandt is a philosopher, writer, theater and TV maker. After his music and drama education (Kleinkunst) at Studio Herman Teirlinck, he obtained a Master in Philosophy at the University of Antwerp.
He was a playwrighter and actor at the theater company De Koe (under the artistic direction of Peter Van den Eede). In 2015 he wrote and directed the theater monologue SOCRATES, played by Bruno Vanden Broecke, a first in a series of philosophical monologues. In season 2017-18 the second monologue followed: MARX.
Van Brabandt acted in various films and TV series. Together with Wim Helsen and Theo Maassen, he collaborated in 2011 as co-writer and actor in the experimental fiction series Geen probleem for the Dutch VPRO. In 2014 he made the philosophy series Het voordeel van de twijfel for Canvas and also wrote the book of the same name as an in-depth supplement to the TV series. As a singer-songwriter he wrote Het is niets, a CD with his own Dutch songs.
In addition to his work for theater and TV, he is a guest lecturer at colleges in Antwerp, Tilburg and Ghent.