Theo Landey

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Theo Landey (197*-). Actor on stage, television, film.


Born in Johannesburg on November 8, 1975 and raised there.


Graduated from the London Academy of Dramatic Art in 1997.

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

Roles on stage include appearances in The Judas Kiss (as Lord Alfred Douglas), 2000; The Graduate directed by Maralin Vanrenen, 2001; Address Unknown directed by Alan Swerdlow, 2005; Around the World in 80 Days and Romance both directed by Alan Swerdlow in 2006,; Much Ado about Nothing directed by Megan Willson, 2007; Pythonesque directed by Alan Swerdlow 2008; Travels with my Aunt, directed by Alan Swerdlow, 2009; Death of a Colonialist by Greg Latter, directed by Craig Freimond, 2010.

Appeared in ITV and BBC television roles and in a short film called Ninety Days Other television series and films include HBO's Generation Kill, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Etv's Scandal and the BBC's epic film trilogy To the Ends of the Earth.

He also did the voice of "Fitz" in Jock the Hero Dog (2011)

Awards, etc

Nominated for FNB Vita Award: Gauteng 2000/2001 (Most promising performance by a new actor) for his role in The Judas Kiss. In 2010 he won the Naledi Theatre Award as Best Supporting Actor for his role in Travels with my Aunt.


The Citizen, 8 March 2010.

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