Marion Holm

Jump to navigation Jump to search

Marion Holm (born circa 1965). Actress and comedienne.



Studied at the University of Stellenbosch from 1983. She left before completing the degree but returned to studying much later and was awarded a BA degree in drama in December 2015.


She started her career with CAPAB and PACOFS.

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

She has worked on several one-woman shows, often collaborating with Hennie van Greunen (in the very polular "Sussie"-series) or Chris Vorster (such as Met die Holm Gebore, Holm: Ge-marion-neer).

Stage appearances include roles in Christine (1987), Aap in die Mou, Anatomie Titus Fall of Rome, Don Gxubane Onner die Boere (1994), Jong Dames Dinamiet, Liewe Heksie, Die Nag van Legio, Panorama, Piekniek by Dingaan, Die Proponentjie, Amadeus, Oedipus Rex, Tartuffe, The Sleeping Beauty, Slegs vir Almal, Die Van Aardes van Grootoor, Vat Hom, Flaffie!, 'n Brommer in die Boord, Quartet, Ubu Roi, Oedipus by Hugo Claus, The Good Soldier Svejk, Fringe Benefits, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband, Doller as Kop-af (KKNK 2001), Cirque du Sussie in 2008.Mis (2016).

Marion directed 'n Seun na my Hart in 1994 and a production of Die Hangkas Haas.

She has been involved with companies such as Wordsmith's Theatre Factory and Handyminds.

She played “Dol” in the television series Vlug na Egipte and its sequel Terug na Egipte.

Awards, etc


Pretoria News, 18 April 2001.

Die Burger, 23 January 2008.

Cape Times, 7 August 2015.

Go to ESAT Bibliography

For more information

Wikipedia [1].

Marion Holm [2].

Return to

Return to ESAT Personalities H

Return to South African Theatre Personalities

Return to The ESAT Entries

Return to Main Page