Cedric Messina (1920-1993) was a South African born radio and television producer.
Born in Port Elizabeth, attended school in Johannesburg and joined the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) in the 1930s. He went to London soon after World War II, where he began a career as producer of classical drama on radio, after which he joined the BBC to become an excellent television producer, notably of the BBC Shakespeare series.
After retirement he went to the USA, were he continued to produce plays. **
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