Jack Klaff

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Jack Klaff (born 1951) [1]. South African-born British actor.

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

He had roles in a number of plays staged at The Space in the 1970s, including Sweet Eros, Thirteen Clocks and Scarborough (1972).

He starred in the PACT production of Donald Howarth’s Three Months Gone at the Alexander Theatre in 1973, starring Helen Bourne, Barbara Kinghorn, Frantz Dobrowsky and Jack Klaff. ***(Tucker, 1997)

He appeared in the Birmingham Repertory Theatre production of The Free State and played the role of "Oom" in a London production of Full Circle in 2006.


Astbury 1979.

Tucker, 1997. p. 289.

Witness, 28 September 2006.

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