Tauriq Jenkins

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Tauriq Jenkins (19**). Actor and poet.


Born in Zimbabwe, he studied at the University of Cape Town.

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

Tauriq has had theatre roles in The House of Kulumba (20**), Othello, Buckingham Palace, District Six, The Trojan Women, Les Splendids, The Passions, King Lear (Roy Sergeant, 20**), Oedipus (Roy Sergeant, 20**), The Bacchae (Roy Sergeant, 20**), Macbeth (Maynardville, 20**), Hamlet (Mark Hoeben, 20**), Antigone (Baxter Theatre 2004), Much Ado about Nothing (Maynardville, 2005), Hamlet (Baxter 2005), Amadeus (Baxter, 2006), Môre is ‘n Lang Dag, Deon Opperman, Innibos-fees, 2008.

He wrote and performed in the play Coconuts and Marulas, 2009.

Film work includes The Mercenary.

His two volumes of poetry, Uncle Bob and Djuranovi have been published internationally. He became the Deputy General Sectretary of the Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) in 20**).


Theatre programme (Coconuts and Marulas) held by NELM: [Collection: Theatre programmes]: 2009. 95. 4.

Cape Times, 13 July 2004.Beeld, 23 May 2008.

See also

IMDb [https//:www.imdb.com/name/nm2292981/].

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