Also credited as Antoinette Kellerman.
She was born in 1952 in Bellville.
Antoinette studied at the University of Stellenbosch Drama Department.
She worked for CAPAB, SWAPAC and PACT, as well as a variety of other companies. Since the demise of CAPAB, she has worked closely with Marthinus Basson and the Vleis, Rys en Aartappels company. She ecame a teacher for Pretoria Technikon's Cape branch in 200*, and in 2002 joined the staff of the University of Stellenbosch Drama Department as speech and acting teacher.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
Roles include Die Van Aardes van Grootoor by Pieter-Dirk Uys (1977/78), Merteuil in Quartet (1988), "Lucienne" in Hond se Gedagte "Adriana" in Kinkels innie Kabel, "Helena Alving" in Ibsen's Spoke "Madame de Montrieul" in Madame de Sade "Anna" in Pieter Fourie's Ek, Anna van Wyk
Is die Muis Baas?, 1994,
Market Theatre production of Snakebird by Laraine Lane, staged in the Laager theatre, 20 October - 24 November 2001
"Madame de Montrieul" in Madame de Sade (Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards|Fleur du Cap Theatre Award]], Best Supporting Actress, 1997),
Erepenning vir Toneelkuns Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kunspryse; Kellerman, Antoinette, 2008.
Vita for Spoke 1991. DALRO 1993: Kellerman, Antoinette in `Die Tragedie van Cymbeline' (best actress on the Afrikaans stage);; Kanna 2010: Best Female Artist: Antoinette Kellerman in As die broek pas; FNB Vita (Gauteng) 2000: Best lead actress: Antoinette Kellerman (Ek, Anna an Wyk);; FNB Vita (KZN) 2000: Best lead actress: Antoinette Kellerman (Ek, Anna van Wyk); Fleur du Cap (year?) Kellerman, Antoinette : Madame de Sade (Best supporting actress);
Nominated FNB Vita (Cape ) 1997: Kellerman, Antoinette : `Statements After an Arrest....' [best lead actress; Vita (National) 1992: Kellerman, Antoinette in `Koning ubu' [actress of the year];
In 2008 the Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns awarded her their Erepenning vir Toneel- en Verhoogkuns ("honorary pennant for theatre and stage art") and the Gerhard Beukes Prys ("prize") for her lifelong contribution to theatre.
Various entries in the NELM catalogue.
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