Pippa Duffy

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Pippa Duffy(19**-) Actress and director.


She was born in Bristol and qualified as a school teacher.


One of South Africa's top ramp and photographic models, she has worked extensively in the theatre, on radio and for SATV.

She used to run a theatre workshop in Hout Bay, Cape Town.

Worked for The Space in the 1970s,

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

She performed in Patrick Pearse Motel (Space 1976), Aron’s Zombie (Space 1977), Mr McConkey's Suitcase (1977), Play it again, Sam (Space 1978), A Thousand Clowns (Space 1978), The Diary of Iris Vaughan (1983), Jack and the Beanstalk (1986), Hansel and Gretel (1987), Three Cheers for President Charlie (1986), The Three Little Pigs (1986), Mother Goose (1987), Joggers (Aron, 1991), Strangers on a Train (1999).

She directed The Crafty Tortoise (Space, 1978), wrote music and lyrics and performed in Cinderella (Baxter 1993) and wrote music and lyrics for a musical version of The Three Little Pigs which was performed in 1999.

Film work: The Visual Bible: Matthew (1993), The Last Warrior (1989) and The Chimes (1999).

She wrote the music and lyrics for Joey Wishnia's production of The Princess and the Pea (1989).

Awards, etc


Cachiporra! theatre programme, January 1983.

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