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Her theatre credits include ''[[Metamorphosis]]'' directed by [[Yael Faber]] and ''[[Turkish Delights]]'', ''[[Macbeth]]'', and ''[[Julius Caesar]]'' directed by [[Janice Honeyman]].
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Her theatre credits include ''[[Metamorphosis]]'' directed by [[Yael Farber]] and ''[[Turkish Delights]]'', ''[[Macbeth]]'', and ''[[Julius Caesar]]'' directed by [[Janice Honeyman]].
  
 
Her [[Kultcha Klub]] work includes ''[[Wilde Women]]'', ''[[Still Life]]'', ''[[Birthmark]]'' (the latter written by her and directed by [[Amanda Lane]]).
 
Her [[Kultcha Klub]] work includes ''[[Wilde Women]]'', ''[[Still Life]]'', ''[[Birthmark]]'' (the latter written by her and directed by [[Amanda Lane]]).

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Jeanne Watson (197*-) Actress.

Biography

Training

Graduated from Wits Drama school in 1996.

Career

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

Her theatre credits include Metamorphosis directed by Yael Farber and Turkish Delights, Macbeth, and Julius Caesar directed by Janice Honeyman.

Her Kultcha Klub work includes Wilde Women, Still Life, Birthmark (the latter written by her and directed by Amanda Lane).

She has appeared in the feature films Merlin and Desert Diners directed by Francois Coertze.

Awards

Sources

One Night Stand programme, 2000.


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