Jocelyn de Bruyn
Jocelyn de Bruyn (Sometimes credited as Joc. de Bruyn) (19**-**). Actor, linguist and speech trainer in spoken English, Italian and French.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
He translated from various foreign languages into Afrikaans, including Friedrich Hebbel's German play Maria Magdalena, Robert Thomas's 1958 French play Huit Femmes (as Agt Vroue, 1963, 1967) and Due dozzine di rose scarlatte (1936) by Aldo De Benedetti as Twee Dosyn Rooi Rose (1969).
J. P. Wearing The London Stage 1930-1939: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel
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