Louise Mollet-Prinsloo

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Louise Mollet-Prinsloo (b. 25/08/1947 – d. Nelspruit, 16/04/1998) was an actress. Also credited as Louise Mollett-Prinsloo.

Biography

Born to Charles (Carel) Aron Mollett and his wife Hester Salomina Cronje, Elizabeth Louise Mollett studied at the University of Port Elizabeth and worked successively for three of the four provincial Performing Arts Boards – PACOFS/SUKOVS (Orange Free State), CAPAB/KRUIK (Cape Province) and PACT/TRUK (Transvaal). Though primarily a stage actress, she also featured in two films and appeared in a number of television films/series. She was married (1969) to fellow actor Jan Prinsloo.

Career

Stage Credits

PACOFS: 1970 – Elders Mooiweer en Warm (Directed by André P. Brink at the Old Presidency), 1970 – Die Drie Van Der Walts (Directed by Franz Marx), Die Staatsaanklaer (Directed by André P. Brink at the Bloemfontein Civic Theatre), 1971 – Kanna hy kô Hystoe (Directed by Johan Botha at the Old Presidency), 1972 – Die Bobaas van die Boendoe (Directed by André P. Brink), 1972 - Die Reënmaker (Directed by Wolfgang von Stas), 1973 – Die Hemelbed (Directed by Gerrit Geertsema).

CAPAB: 1972 - Olympia en Haar Vryers (Directed by Pieter Fourie at the Nico Malan Theatre), 1973 – Voorlopige Vonnis (Directed by Schalk Jacobsz at the Hofmeyr Theatre), 1974 – Die Ryk Weduwee (Directed by Sandra Kotzé at the Hofmeyr Theatre), 1975 – Die Man met ‘n Lyk om sy Nek (Directed by Sandra Kotzé), Twaalfde Nag (Directed by Cobus Rossouw at the Nico Malan Theatre).

TRUK: 1976 – Intimate Relations (Directed by Francois Swart at the Arena Theatre), 1976 – Misdaad op Bokeiland (Directed by Francois Swart at the Arena Theatre), 1976 – ‘n Man met Vakansie (Directed by Francois Swart at the Alexander Theatre), 1977 – Die Dagboek van Anne Frank (Directed by Leonard Schach at the Alexander Theatre), 1977 – Boeing-Boeing (Directed by Francois Swart at the Alexander Theatre), 1978 - Joli-Joli (Directed by Louis van Niekerk at the Alexander Theatre).

Unconfirmed: The Burnt Flowerbed, Don Juan, Close Quarters.

Film Credits

1977 – Netnou Hoor die Kinders! (Director: Franz Marx), 1979 – Elsa se Geheim (Director: Chris du Toit).

Television Credits

1979 – Phoenix & Kie (TV series) (Director: Katinka Heyns), 1979 – The Chicken Run (Director: Alan Nathanson), 1979 – The Stairway (Director: Michael Leeston-Smith), 1980 – Die Koningin en die Rebelle (Director: Stephan Bouwer), 1982 – Vyfster (TV series – 1st season) (Director: Regardt van den Bergh), 1982 – Die Kaktustuintjie (Director: Malinda Nel), 1983 – Dennekruin 12 (TV series) (Director: Danie Odendaal), 1985 – Galery (TV series) (Director: Danie Odendaal), 1985 – Hoffman (TV series) (Director: Koos Roets), 1985 – Dodedans (Director: Stephan Bouwer).

Sources

SACD 1977/78.

Beeld, 25 April 1998.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4908918/?ref_=nv_sr_1

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