Sue Pam-Grant

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Sue Pam-Grant (1962-) is an actress, comedienne, dramatist, director and artist.


Born in Cape Town in 1962.


Obtained a performer's diploma form the University of Cape Town in 1983.

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


She wrote and starred in Curl Up and Dye which was staged at the Black Sun in 1989 before the Grahamstown Festival, the Market Theatre and the André Huguenet Theatre.

She wrote and starred in the solo piece Another Kettle of Fish, directed by Vanessa Cooke (1992-1993).

Together with D.J. Grant she wrote Take the Floor which she also starred in at The Laager in 1994.

She was part of the team who workshopped Fall i catch you and she starred in the production of the play in 1997 and 1998.

Sue co-wrote and starred in Chasing Chairs (2002).

She wrote and directed The Something Prince (2015)

She wrote and performed in why do moths fly like crazy f*@#ks in the night? (2023)


Co-wrote and starred in the hugely successful - and ground-breaking - multiracial South African English sit-com Suburban Bliss (SABC 3, 1996).

Awards, etc

Coupé produced by Fortune Cookie Theatre Company, directed by Sue Pam Grant, nominated Naledi Award 2006. ä


Stephen Gray, 1993b.

Tucker, 1997.

"Curl Up and Dye still has impact" by Peter Feldman, Artslink 03/22/2013[1]

"Curl Up and Dye still shocks" by Jennifer de Klerk, Artslink 03/30/2013[2]

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