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(19*-) Actress. *** Her film career includes ''[[Pinkie se Erfenis]]'' ([[Pierre de Wet]], 1946), **
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[[Esther Mentz]] (19*-1986) [https://af.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Mentz].]. Opera singer, singing-mistress, stage and film actress.
  
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== Biography ==
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She was married to [[Gideon Roos]].
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One of her singing pupils was the internationally known Emma Renzi.
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==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
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On stage she appeared in ''[[Nie vir Geleerdes]]'' ([[NTO]] 1960).
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Film roles include, ''inter alia'' ''[[Donker Spore]]'' (1944), ''[[Pinkie se Erfenis]]'' (1946) and ''[[Vadertjie Langbeen]]'' (1955).
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== Sources ==
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''South African Journal of Musicology'', 6(1/2), December 1986.
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''Musicus'', 29(1), 26 October 2001.
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IMDb [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4618042/].
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Esther Mentz (19*-1986) [1].]. Opera singer, singing-mistress, stage and film actress.

Biography

She was married to Gideon Roos.

One of her singing pupils was the internationally known Emma Renzi.

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

On stage she appeared in Nie vir Geleerdes (NTO 1960).

Film roles include, inter alia Donker Spore (1944), Pinkie se Erfenis (1946) and Vadertjie Langbeen (1955).

Sources

South African Journal of Musicology, 6(1/2), December 1986.

Musicus, 29(1), 26 October 2001.

IMDb [2].

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