Annelise van der Ryst

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Annelise van der Ryst (1948- ) is a South African stage, radio and television actress and a lay preacher

Confusingly, her name and surname has been spelled in a variety of ways over the years, including: Annalise van der Ryst, Annelise van der Rijst, Annelize van der Ryst, Anneliese van der Ryst, Annalise van der Rijst, Annelize van der Rijst or Anneliese van der Rijst. In addition, she sometimes includes her married name and is then credited as Annelize van der Ryst-Hattingh.


She trained at the Stellenbosch University Drama Department.

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


She directed The Maids (1970), and performed in Die Hartseerwals (1970), When the Saints Go Marching In (1970), The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-moon Marigolds (1974), Die Goeie Mens van Sezuan (1974), The Anniversary (1975), Elizabeth I (1975),


Die Hartseerwals (1987).


TV roles include appearances in the TV series Agter Elke Man, Dokter, Dokter (1967-77), 7de Laan ("Matron Netta Nortjé").


Roles include Mrs. Jaekel in Skelms (1980), .


SACD 1978/79

Lig, 25 June 2003.

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