Andrea Fine

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Andrea Fine (19**-). Actress.


She was born in Cape Town.



She studied Drama at Maas-Phillips in Cape Town and at the Mountainview Theatre in London.


Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

She acted in Kennedy's Children, People are Living There and numerous other productions for The Space.

Performed in Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi (as “Vi”), My Cup Ranneth Over (as “Yucca”), The Eternal Dance (as “Prostitute”), Play it again, Sam (as “Sharon Lake”), Zombie (as “Greta Groover”).

In Lunatic and Lover she played the Stepmother, Mary Queen of Scots, Dagny Juell and Harriet Bosse.

She has also appeared in Dracula, The Final Sting of the Dying Wasp, Just Hilda!, Mickey Kannis Caught my Eye, Mixed Doubles, Pity About People, The Arnold Bliss Show, The Bear, The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, Drive In, An Evening with Marcel Proust, La Ronde, Futz, Going to Pot, Heaven of Existence, Hello Out There, The Incredible Jungle Journey of Fenda Maria, Kennedy's Children, Lysistrata, Line/It's Called the Sugar Plum, Madly in Love, Magic Afternoon, Muzeeka, My Family came over with the Normans, MacRune's Guevara, Old King Cole, Ooh! La-La, The Proposal, Yesterday's News. The Sun King, Three's Company, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, Snow White and the Special Branch, Tsafendas, Flashing Trash.

Andrea has been involved with Theatre in Education productions for pre-primary schools.

Awards, etc


SACD 1979/80.

Lunatic and Lover programme notes, 1982.

Astbury 1979.

The Cape Argus, 21 February 1983.

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