Stuart Brown

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Stuart Brown (19*-19*) Actor for stage, radio and film. Best known nationally for his radio work, inluding many radio dramas and serials.

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

In 1955 he went into partnership with actors Marjorie Gordon and Bruce Anderson to form The Company of Three to undertake stage productions. Their first production was called Third Person and was staged at the Johannesburg Reps. He directed A Hatful of Rain (The Company of Three, 1957). Stage roles included Summer Affair, Odd Man In (1958), Charley's Aunt (Brian Brooke, 1960), Robert Bolt’s A Man for All Seasons (1962), A Man and His Wife (as “Winston Churchill”, Brooke Theatre, 1972), Don't Drink the Water by Woody Allen (NAPAC, 1980), Ten Little Indians (for Pieter Toerien, 1980), John Osborne’s The Entertainer (for PACT at the Alexander Theatre, 1983), Twigs (as “Swede” ), Death of a Salesman (as “Charley”), Don't Drink the Water (for NAPAC),

Brown also made many film and TV appearances.


SACD 1974;1975/76; 1981/82.

Various entries in the NELM catalogue.

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