Sandra Dunan3

Sandra Duncan

London, United Kingdom
Height: 5'9" (175cm)
Playing Age: 55 - 65 years
Eye Colour: Blue-Green
Hair Colour: Blond(e)
Hair Length: Short
Voice Quality: Strong
Voice Character: Direct
Unions: Equity, PAWE South Africa
Role Types: White

Credits

Sandra Duncan | Sainou Talent Agency London

Television
Victoria Crumb, DOCTORS, BBC Television, Dominic Keavey
The Judge, SILK, BBC TV, Alice Troughton
Mrs Stephens, MIDSOMER MURDERS, Bentley Productions, Renny Rhyme
Liz Stirling, DOCTORS, BBC TV, Jeff Naylor
Portia, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, SABC, Ken Leach
Muriel Joubert, WESTGATE (Series 1, 2 & 3 Regular), SABC, Edgar Bold
Ellen, TURN OF THE TIDE, SABC, Ralph Moggeridge
Titania, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, SABC, Ken Leach
Helga, THE HONEYBIRD, SABC, Allan Nathanson
Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Victoire, POOR BITOS, SABC, Bobby Heaney
Lead, WHO’S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED?, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Ruth, BLITHE SPIRIT, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Carol Gerrard, THE MAIN CHANCE, Granada TV, Marc Miller
Prudence, BIG BREAD WINNER HOG, Granada TV, Mike Newell / Michael Apted
Anna Lamb, MR ROSE, Granada TV, Barry Davis

Theatre
Kathleen, AFTER INDEPENDENCE, Arcola Theatre, George Turvey
Narrator, REDCROSS, RSC, Luke Kernaghan
Lady Faulconbridge, KING JOHN, RSC, Nations at War 2012 Season, Maria Aberg
Duchess of York, RICHARD III, RSC, Nations at War 2012 Season, Roxanna Silbert
Mrs Birling, AN INSPECTOR CALLS, Wyndhams, West End, Stephen Daldry/Julian Webber
Judith Bliss, HAYFEVER, Indiana University, Murray McGibbon
Mari, THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE, British Theatre Playhouse, Singapore, Alexander Holt
Martha, WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, Theatre by The Lake, Stefan Escreet
Anne, UNDER THE BLUE SKY, Theatre by The Lake, Ian Forrest
Mrs Van Hoffer, REBECCA, Theatre by The Lake, Ian Forrest
Flora Humble, HUMBLE BOY, Perth Theatre, Ian Grieve
Jennifer, BONES, Leicester Curve, Mama Quillo Prods., Kay Adshead
Flora Humble, HUMBLE BOY, Exeter Northcott, Kate Saxon
Mrs Birling, AN INSPECTOR CALLS, National Tour, Stephen Daldry/Julian Webber
Kate, ALL MY SONS, Exeter Northcott, Ben Crocker
Titania, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Barron
Mrs Death, DEAR BRUTUS, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Barron
Lucia D’Alvadorez, CHARLIE’S AUNT, Sheffield Theatres, Deborah Paige
Bernarda, THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA, Shared Experience / Young Vic, Polly Teale
Constance, ABELARD AND ELOISE, Wyndhams, West End & National Tour, Robin Philips
Molly Forsyth, THE SECRETARY BIRD, Savoy Theatre, West End
Kate, SIGNS OF THE TIMES, Vaudeville Theatre, Allan Davies
Rosamund, MARY STUART, National Theatre, Howard Davies
Paulina, THE SEAGULL, Donmar Warehouse & National Tour, Stephen Unwin
Lady Bracknell, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Judith Bliss, HAYFEVER, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Blanche Dubois, A STREETCAR NAMES DESIRE, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Barron
Amanda, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Madame de Volanges, DANGEROUS LIAISONS, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Wicked Witch/Mrs Gulch, THE WIZARD OF OZ, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Marlene Dietrich, PIAF, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Rebbeca Huntley Pike, A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Edith Davenport, CAUSE CELEBRE, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Joan Knight
Lead, BUILDING BLOCKS, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Joan Knight
One Woman Show, PERSONA, Grahamstown Festival, SA / Edinburgh Festival, Terrence Shank
Agnes, A DELICATE BALANCE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Aunt Alicia, GIGI, Pretoria, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Elvira, BLYTHE SPIRIT, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Robert Whitehead
Gertrude, HAMLET, Durban, South Africa, Murray McGibbon
Lillian, LILLIAN, Johannesburg, South Africa, Clare Stopford
Amanda, PRIVATE LIVES, Johannesburg, South Africa, Robert Whitehead
Barbara Kahn, SOCIAL SECURITY, Johannesburg, South Africa, Terence Shank
Maggie, OUTSIDE EDGE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Rex Garner
Julia, DEADLY EMBRACE, Johannesburg, South Africa, John Carson
Marina , MISCARRIAGE OF MURDER, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Ken Leach
Mavis, STEPPING OUT, Johannesburg, South Africa, Rex Garner
Portia, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Bloemfontein, South Africa, Ken Leach
Martha, AGNES OF GOD, Johannesburg, South Africa, Nicholas Clay
Hannah Jelkes, THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, Johannesburg, South Africa, Billy Egan
Virginia, VIRGINIA, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Bobby Heaney
Jenet Jour de Mayne, THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING, Johannesburg, South Africa, Michael Atkinson
Anne Sullivan, MONDAY AFTER THE MIRACLE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, Capetown, South Africa, Philip Grout
Rose, ROSE, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Harvey Ashby
Barbara, BODIES, Johannesburg, South Africa, Hilary Blecher
Sarah, THE NORMAN CONQUESTS, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Brian Rawlinson
Fish, DUSA, FISH, STAS AND VI, Johannesburg, South Africa, Hilary Blecher
Davina, OTHERWISE ENGAGED, Johannesburg/National Tour, Philip Grout
Miss Fancy , SLY FOX, Johannesburg, South Africa, Pieter Durk Uys
Olivia, TWELFTH NIGHT, Durban, South Africa, Philip Grout

Radio
Actor, AFTER INDEPENDENCE, BBC Radio 4, George Turvey

Awards and Nominations:
Winner: Vita Award – Orange Free State for Best Director ‘An Inspector Calls’
Winner: Vita Award – Johannesburg ‘A Moon for The Misbegotten’
Winner: Dalro & Vita Awards – Johannesburg & Durban ‘Persona’
Vita Nomination: Cape Town & Bloemfontein ‘Persona’
Winner: Dalro & Vita Awards – Cape Town & Johannesburg ‘Lillian’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Lillian’
Winner: Vita Award: Cape Town Private Lives
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Private Lives’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Private Lives’
Winner: Best Actress, Single Drama, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘The Merchant of Venice’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Outside Edge’
ARTES Nomination: Best Actress English Drama Television, ‘The Merchant of Venice’
ARTES Nomination: Best Actress English Drama Radio ‘Brian will be Upset’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘The Anastasia File’
Vita Nomination: Johannesburg ‘The Anastasia File’
Vita Nomination: Bloemfontein ‘The Merchant of Venice’
Winner: Best Actress in a Serial, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘Westgate, Series 2’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Agnes of God’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Virginia’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘Virginia’
Nomination: Best Actress, Single Drama, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘The Honey Bird’
Nomination: Best Actress in a Serial, Star Tonight TV Awards, ‘Westgate, Series 1’
Nomination: Woman of The Year, Star 1982
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Monday After The Miracle’
Critics Circle Nomination: Durban ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
Winner: Dalro Award – Johannesburg ‘Rose’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Rose’
Winner: Dalro Award – Johannesburg ‘The Norman Conquests’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘The Norman Conquests’

Skills

Accents & Dialects * = native

American-Standard, Cockney, Cornwall, Dorset, French, German, Irish-Southern, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Manchester*, New Zealand, Northern, RP, South African, Welsh-Standard

Languages * = mother tongue

English*

Music & Dance * = highly skilled

Aerobics*, Alto*, Ballet*, Ballroom Dancing*, Contemporary Dance*, Jazz Dancing*, National Dancing*, Tap*

Performance

Commentating, Radio Presenting, TV Presenting, Voice Over

Sports

Horse-jumping*, Horse-riding*, Swimming*

Vehicle Licences

Car Driving Licence
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Sandra Duncan

London, United Kingdom


Overview

Sandra Duncan is a multi-award winning actress. Notable theatre credits include Richard III and King John (RSC), Mrs Birling in An Inspector Calls, directed by Stephen Daldry, Bernarda in The House of Bernarda Alba for Shared Experience and West End productions of Abelard and Eloise and The Secretary Bird.

Television credits include Midsomer Murders, Silk and series regular in Westgate for SABC.

Sandra Duncan | Sainou Talent Agency London

Television
Victoria Crumb, DOCTORS, BBC Television, Dominic Keavey
The Judge, SILK, BBC TV, Alice Troughton
Mrs Stephens, MIDSOMER MURDERS, Bentley Productions, Renny Rhyme
Liz Stirling, DOCTORS, BBC TV, Jeff Naylor
Portia, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, SABC, Ken Leach
Muriel Joubert, WESTGATE (Series 1, 2 & 3 Regular), SABC, Edgar Bold
Ellen, TURN OF THE TIDE, SABC, Ralph Moggeridge
Titania, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, SABC, Ken Leach
Helga, THE HONEYBIRD, SABC, Allan Nathanson
Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Victoire, POOR BITOS, SABC, Bobby Heaney
Lead, WHO’S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED?, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Ruth, BLITHE SPIRIT, SABC, Douglas Bristow
Carol Gerrard, THE MAIN CHANCE, Granada TV, Marc Miller
Prudence, BIG BREAD WINNER HOG, Granada TV, Mike Newell / Michael Apted
Anna Lamb, MR ROSE, Granada TV, Barry Davis

Theatre
Kathleen, AFTER INDEPENDENCE, Arcola Theatre, George Turvey
Narrator, REDCROSS, RSC, Luke Kernaghan
Lady Faulconbridge, KING JOHN, RSC, Nations at War 2012 Season, Maria Aberg
Duchess of York, RICHARD III, RSC, Nations at War 2012 Season, Roxanna Silbert
Mrs Birling, AN INSPECTOR CALLS, Wyndhams, West End, Stephen Daldry/Julian Webber
Judith Bliss, HAYFEVER, Indiana University, Murray McGibbon
Mari, THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE, British Theatre Playhouse, Singapore, Alexander Holt
Martha, WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, Theatre by The Lake, Stefan Escreet
Anne, UNDER THE BLUE SKY, Theatre by The Lake, Ian Forrest
Mrs Van Hoffer, REBECCA, Theatre by The Lake, Ian Forrest
Flora Humble, HUMBLE BOY, Perth Theatre, Ian Grieve
Jennifer, BONES, Leicester Curve, Mama Quillo Prods., Kay Adshead
Flora Humble, HUMBLE BOY, Exeter Northcott, Kate Saxon
Mrs Birling, AN INSPECTOR CALLS, National Tour, Stephen Daldry/Julian Webber
Kate, ALL MY SONS, Exeter Northcott, Ben Crocker
Titania, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Barron
Mrs Death, DEAR BRUTUS, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Barron
Lucia D’Alvadorez, CHARLIE’S AUNT, Sheffield Theatres, Deborah Paige
Bernarda, THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA, Shared Experience / Young Vic, Polly Teale
Constance, ABELARD AND ELOISE, Wyndhams, West End & National Tour, Robin Philips
Molly Forsyth, THE SECRETARY BIRD, Savoy Theatre, West End
Kate, SIGNS OF THE TIMES, Vaudeville Theatre, Allan Davies
Rosamund, MARY STUART, National Theatre, Howard Davies
Paulina, THE SEAGULL, Donmar Warehouse & National Tour, Stephen Unwin
Lady Bracknell, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Judith Bliss, HAYFEVER, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Blanche Dubois, A STREETCAR NAMES DESIRE, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Barron
Amanda, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Madame de Volanges, DANGEROUS LIAISONS, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Wicked Witch/Mrs Gulch, THE WIZARD OF OZ, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Marlene Dietrich, PIAF, Dundee Rep, Richard Barron
Rebbeca Huntley Pike, A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Clive Perry
Edith Davenport, CAUSE CELEBRE, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Joan Knight
Lead, BUILDING BLOCKS, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Joan Knight
One Woman Show, PERSONA, Grahamstown Festival, SA / Edinburgh Festival, Terrence Shank
Agnes, A DELICATE BALANCE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Aunt Alicia, GIGI, Pretoria, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Elvira, BLYTHE SPIRIT, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Robert Whitehead
Gertrude, HAMLET, Durban, South Africa, Murray McGibbon
Lillian, LILLIAN, Johannesburg, South Africa, Clare Stopford
Amanda, PRIVATE LIVES, Johannesburg, South Africa, Robert Whitehead
Barbara Kahn, SOCIAL SECURITY, Johannesburg, South Africa, Terence Shank
Maggie, OUTSIDE EDGE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Rex Garner
Julia, DEADLY EMBRACE, Johannesburg, South Africa, John Carson
Marina , MISCARRIAGE OF MURDER, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Ken Leach
Mavis, STEPPING OUT, Johannesburg, South Africa, Rex Garner
Portia, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Bloemfontein, South Africa, Ken Leach
Martha, AGNES OF GOD, Johannesburg, South Africa, Nicholas Clay
Hannah Jelkes, THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, Johannesburg, South Africa, Billy Egan
Virginia, VIRGINIA, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Bobby Heaney
Jenet Jour de Mayne, THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING, Johannesburg, South Africa, Michael Atkinson
Anne Sullivan, MONDAY AFTER THE MIRACLE, Johannesburg, South Africa, Francoise Swart
Lady Macbeth, MACBETH, Capetown, South Africa, Philip Grout
Rose, ROSE, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Harvey Ashby
Barbara, BODIES, Johannesburg, South Africa, Hilary Blecher
Sarah, THE NORMAN CONQUESTS, Capetown/Johannesburg, South Africa, Brian Rawlinson
Fish, DUSA, FISH, STAS AND VI, Johannesburg, South Africa, Hilary Blecher
Davina, OTHERWISE ENGAGED, Johannesburg/National Tour, Philip Grout
Miss Fancy , SLY FOX, Johannesburg, South Africa, Pieter Durk Uys
Olivia, TWELFTH NIGHT, Durban, South Africa, Philip Grout

Radio
Actor, AFTER INDEPENDENCE, BBC Radio 4, George Turvey

Awards and Nominations:
Winner: Vita Award – Orange Free State for Best Director ‘An Inspector Calls’
Winner: Vita Award – Johannesburg ‘A Moon for The Misbegotten’
Winner: Dalro & Vita Awards – Johannesburg & Durban ‘Persona’
Vita Nomination: Cape Town & Bloemfontein ‘Persona’
Winner: Dalro & Vita Awards – Cape Town & Johannesburg ‘Lillian’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Lillian’
Winner: Vita Award: Cape Town Private Lives
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Private Lives’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Private Lives’
Winner: Best Actress, Single Drama, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘The Merchant of Venice’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Outside Edge’
ARTES Nomination: Best Actress English Drama Television, ‘The Merchant of Venice’
ARTES Nomination: Best Actress English Drama Radio ‘Brian will be Upset’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘The Anastasia File’
Vita Nomination: Johannesburg ‘The Anastasia File’
Vita Nomination: Bloemfontein ‘The Merchant of Venice’
Winner: Best Actress in a Serial, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘Westgate, Series 2’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Agnes of God’
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Virginia’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘Virginia’
Nomination: Best Actress, Single Drama, Star Tonight TV Awards ‘The Honey Bird’
Nomination: Best Actress in a Serial, Star Tonight TV Awards, ‘Westgate, Series 1’
Nomination: Woman of The Year, Star 1982
Dalro Nomination: Johannesburg ‘Monday After The Miracle’
Critics Circle Nomination: Durban ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
Winner: Dalro Award – Johannesburg ‘Rose’
Fleur du Cap Nomination: Cape Town ‘Rose’
Winner: Dalro Award – Johannesburg ‘The Norman Conquests’
Winner: Fleur du Cap Award – Cape Town ‘The Norman Conquests’

About

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Characteristics
Height: 5'9" (175cm)
Playing Age: 55 - 65 years
Eye Colour: Blue-Green
Hair Colour: Blond(e)
Hair Length: Short
Voice Quality: Strong
Voice Character: Direct
Unions: Equity, PAWE South Africa
Role Types: White
Skills
Accents & Dialects
* = native
American-Standard, Cockney, Cornwall, Dorset, French, German, Irish-Southern, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Manchester*, New Zealand, Northern, RP, South African, Welsh-Standard
Languages
* = mother tongue
English*
Music & Dance
* = highly skilled
Aerobics*, Alto*, Ballet*, Ballroom Dancing*, Contemporary Dance*, Jazz Dancing*, National Dancing*, Tap*
Performance Commentating, Radio Presenting, TV Presenting, Voice Over
Sports Horse-jumping*, Horse-riding*, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences Car Driving Licence