Bob Law

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Bob Law (?-?) was an actor.


Law moved to Dunant Park in Port Elizabeth in 1988.

Married to Felicity Law (known as "Flick"), who is also an amateur theatre lover, working backstage.

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

Bob Law performed in several amateur productions in Port Elizabeth (now known as Gqeberha).

Roles have included: "Polonius" in Hamlet, "Squire Allworthy" in Tom Jones, "Sir Edward Ramsay" in the PE Gilbert and Sullivan Society's production of The King and I. Other productions include: The Birthday Party, You're Never Alone with a Multiple Personality and Millennium Man.

Other roles include:

Dinner for One (with Noel Morgan), (2002)

The Wizard of Oz ("The Wizard") at the Port Elizabeth Opera House (November, December 2004)

Romeo and Juliet ("Friar Lawrence") at the Port Elizabeth Opera House and Guy Butler Theatre (April, May 2005)

Winnie-the-Pooh ("Narrator") at the Port Elizabeth Opera House (June 2005)


Best Supporting Actor, 2006 Showtime Awards


'Well known actor at Dunant Park', Hello-o-o Echo, Vol VII no 2, December 1999, The Echo Foundation[1]

'Entertainment raised funds for Laubscher", Hello-o-o Echo, Vol X no 4, June 2002, The Echo Foundation[2]

The Herald, 1 December 2005

Port Elizabeth Express, 6 April 2005

Port Elizabeth Express, 1 June 2005

The Herald, 6 July 2006

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