Anthony Fridjhon

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Anthony Fridjhon (1944- ) is a South African actor, script writer and voice artist.


Born Anthony Vincent Fridjhon in 1944

Father of actor Robert Fridjhon.

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

Stage work

Performed in You Can't Take it With You, Wait Until Dark, Suddenly at Home, Satire Schmatire and Adam's Follies.

He starred in the Pieter Toerien production of Neil Simon’s California Suite, directed by Stockton Briggle, together with Annabel Linder, Naomi Buch and Michael Mayer in 1978. He starred in the Toerien-Firth Company production of Royce Ryton’s The Unvarnished Truth with Michael Richard, Nicholas Ellenbogen and Lynne White with direction by Joan Kemp-Welch at the Intimate Theatre in 1979. He starred in Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Talley's Folly together with Dorothy-Ann Gould with direction by Bobby Heaney at Upstairs at the Market in 1982. He starred in PACT’s production of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross together with Wilson Dunster, Bill Flynn and Dale Cutts under Bobby Heaney’s direction at the Alexander Theatre in 1985. He starred in the Basil Rubin-Market Theatre production of Herb Gardner’s I'm not Rappaport in 1986. He starred in the Moira Blumenthal-PACT production of Ghetto in 1991.


Circles in a Forest (1999)

Awards, etc


SACD 1973

I'm Not Rappaport programme notes, 1987

Tucker 1997

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