The Adventures of Sinbad

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The Adventures of Sinbad is a Canadian television series (1996-1998)

Also referred to simply as Sinbad in some sources.

Not to be confused with the Indian animated film,The Adventures of Sinbad[1]

The series

The series is a re-telling of the adventures of Sinbad from The Arabian Nights, created by Ed Naha and filmed in southern Ontario, Canada and in Cape Town, South Africa.

South African cast members

Besides a strong international and Canadian cast, it also features a large number of South African performers. Among them, listed alphabetically, are:

Caz Abrahams, Catriona Andrew,

Anthony Bishop, Nick Boraine, Michele Burgers,

John Carson, Gabriella Cirillo, Graham Clarke

Michelle Douglas,

Ronald France,

Melissa Haiden, Nicola Hanekom, Julie Hartley, Candice Hillebrand, Mike Huff,

André Jacobs, Tessa Jubber,

Lloyd Kandlin, Danny Keogh, Peter Krummeck,

Greg Latter, Patrick Lyster,

Johan Malherbe, Nomvula Meth, Sean Cameron Michael

Jan Neethling, Terry Norton,

Frank Opperman, Brian O'Shaughnessy, Kevin Otto

Jonathan Pienaar, Adam Pike, Maurice Podbrey,

Lindsay Reardon, Dick Reineke, Debbie Rivett, Matthew Dylan Roberts, Hanli Rolfes, James Ryan, Gérard Rudolf,

Clive Scott, David Sherwood, John Springett, Laura Steed, Robin Michele Stewart, Janet Stignant, Lisa Stohard,

Sean Taylor, David Thomas, Raoul Max Trujillo,

Gavin van den Berg, Gordon van Rooyen, Michelle van Schalkwyk, Ursula Venter

Graham Weir, Iain Winter-Smith,


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