Glen Biderman-Pam

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Glen Biderman-Pam. (Born circa 1989). Actor, comedian.




Glen completed his training at UCT in 2011.


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

Audiences have seen glimpses of Glen as Iokanaan in Salome, Agamemnon in Agamemnon and Barracuda in Paper Flowers (written in 1970 by Chilean writer Egon Wolff}.

He made his professional theatre debut at the Market Theatre in Somewhere on the Border (as conscript David Levitt), 2011-2012, where he also appeared in Little Foot in 2012.

He made his film debut in the fringe film, 12 Days of Terror, and, among others, has shot a BBC commercial.

Other credits include two consecutive seasons of Romeo and Juliet at The Little Theatre, Cape Town.

He also performed internationally in Eugene Ionesco's The Lesson, as Professor, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Awards, etc.


The Star, 10 January 2012

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