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(19**-19**) Actor.
== Biography ==
== Training ==
Trained at UCT Drama School.
== Career ==
Joined [[CAPAB]].
==Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance==
Played for CAPAB in productions such as ''[[Shrivings]]'', ''[[Much Ado About Nothing]]'', ''[[Boeing Boeing]]'', ''[[Hamlet]]'' and ''[[Hayfever]]''. Last production as permanent member of [[CAPAB]] was ''[[You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown]]'' in which he played Snoopy.
''[[Fiddler on the Roof]]'';
''[[Kiss Me Kate]]'';
''[[Show Boat]]'';
''[[Hello Dolly]]'';
''[[Sound of Music]]''.
Spent 5 years in England appearing in various theatres and plays.
Back in SA:
''[[Noel & Gertie]]'';
''[[Private Lives]]''.
TV work:
''Zarbor II'';
''Barneby's Comet'';
''Reap the Whirlwind''.
Presented the weekly arts programmes ''When Movies Were Movies''; ''Arts on One''; wrote and presented the Artes nominated documentary ''Applause''.
Prof Higgins in ''[[My Fair Lady]]'';
Pilate in ''[[Jesus Christ Superstar]]'' (both for [[NAPAC]]);
Gaston in ''[[Gigi]]'' for [[PACT]].
Directed a Rogers and Hammerstein tribute show for [[NAPAC]]. Directed ''[[The Sound of Music]]'' for [[PACOFS]]. Directed ''[[Oklahoma!]]''.
Starred in ''[[What About Luv?]]''.
== Awards, etc ==
== Sources ==
''[[What About Luv?]]'' programme notes, 19**.
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
== Return to ==
Return to [[ESAT Personalities  G]]
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 3 July 2014