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(19*-) Actor and comedian. * He starred in [[Feydeau]]’s farce ''[[A Flea in Her Ear]]'' at the [[Alexander]] for the [[Reps]] in 1967. It was directed by [[Albert Ninio]] and also starred [[Shelagh Holliday]], [[James White]] and [[Gordon Mulholland]]. He starred in ''[[Uproar in the House]]'' which was staged at [[The Academy Theatre of Laughter]] in July 1967. It also starred [[Rex Garner]], [[Patricia Sanders]], [[Gordon Mulholland]] and [[Kenneth Baker]]. ''[[Not in Front of the Kids]]'', 1973. Starred in [[Brickhill-Burke]]’s production of  [[Neil Simon]]’s ''[[Last of the Red Hot Lovers]]'' together with [[Melody O’Brian]], [[Lynne Maree]] and [[Brenda Wood]] at [[His Majesty’s]] in 1980. He starred in ''[[Grin and Bare It]]'' at the [[Victory Theatre]] in 1990.  
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[[Hal Orlandini]] (19*-). Actor and comedian.
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==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
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He starred in ''[[Twelve Angry Men]]'' (as No. 12, 1965), ''[[The Devils]]'' (as Guillaume de Cerisay, [[PACT]] 1966), ''[[Uproar in the House]]'' (1968), ''[[La Puce à L'Oreille|A Flea in her Ear]]'' (1968), ''[[Chase Me Comrade]]'' (1969), ''[[Hair Hair]]'' (1972), ''[[Not in Front of the Kids]]'' (1973), ''[[The Happiness Cage]]'' ([[PACT]] 1974), ''[[Last of the Red Hot Lovers]]'' (1980). He also starred in ''[[Grin and Bare It]]'' at the [[Victory Theatre]] in 1990 and in ''[[Like the Pyramid on the Camel Packet]]'' in 1991.
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He formed a company [[Proscenium Productions]] with [[Gordon Mulholland]]. 
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In addition to his distinguished stage career, often in serious dramatic roles, Hal has also appeared in many American and British films that were made in South Africa [http://aor.theavengers.tv/bio_hal_orlandini.htm].
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
Tucker, 1997
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[[ESAT Bibliography Tra-Tz|Tucker]], 1997.
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Theatre programmes of some of the productions.
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IMDb [https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0649957].
  
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Hal Orlandini (19*-). Actor and comedian.

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

He starred in Twelve Angry Men (as No. 12, 1965), The Devils (as Guillaume de Cerisay, PACT 1966), Uproar in the House (1968), A Flea in her Ear (1968), Chase Me Comrade (1969), Hair Hair (1972), Not in Front of the Kids (1973), The Happiness Cage (PACT 1974), Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1980). He also starred in Grin and Bare It at the Victory Theatre in 1990 and in Like the Pyramid on the Camel Packet in 1991.

He formed a company Proscenium Productions with Gordon Mulholland.

In addition to his distinguished stage career, often in serious dramatic roles, Hal has also appeared in many American and British films that were made in South Africa [1].

Sources

Tucker, 1997.

Theatre programmes of some of the productions.

IMDb [2].

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