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''[[Romeo and Juliet]]'' (as “Romeo” at Reps Theatre and in Bloemfontain),  
 
''[[Romeo and Juliet]]'' (as “Romeo” at Reps Theatre and in Bloemfontain),  
 
''[[Electra]]'' (as “Messenger”),  
 
''[[Electra]]'' (as “Messenger”),  
''[[The Tempest]]'' (as “Ariel” ),
 
 
''[[La Musica]]'' (as “Michelle”),  
 
''[[La Musica]]'' (as “Michelle”),  
 
''[[Twelfth Night]]'' (as “Sebastian” with [[NAPAC]]), ''[[Two into One]]'',  
 
''[[Twelfth Night]]'' (as “Sebastian” with [[NAPAC]]), ''[[Two into One]]'',  
''[[Clouds]]'' (as “Angel” at the [[Academy Theatre]]) and in the [[Brickhill-Burke]] production of ''[[The Tempest]]'' together with [[Hugh Rouse]] on 8 March 1975 at [[His Majesty's Theatre]].
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''[[Clouds]]'' (as “Angel” at the [[Academy Theatre]]) and as “Ariel” in the [[Brickhill-Burke]] production of ''[[The Tempest]]'' together with [[Hugh Rouse]] on 8 March 1975 at [[His Majesty's Theatre]].
  
 
James starred in numerous films and television productions such as the series ''[[Willem]]''.
 
James starred in numerous films and television productions such as the series ''[[Willem]]''.

Latest revision as of 09:17, 18 October 2019

James Ryan (195*-). Actor.

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

He has appeared on stage in Yerma ( as “Juan”), Romeo and Juliet (as “Romeo” at Reps Theatre and in Bloemfontain), Electra (as “Messenger”), La Musica (as “Michelle”), Twelfth Night (as “Sebastian” with NAPAC), Two into One, Clouds (as “Angel” at the Academy Theatre) and as “Ariel” in the Brickhill-Burke production of The Tempest together with Hugh Rouse on 8 March 1975 at His Majesty's Theatre.

James starred in numerous films and television productions such as the series Willem.

Sources

SACD 1975/76; 1978/79; 1979/80.

Tucker, 1997.

Wikipedia [1].

IMDb [2].

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