Sandra Prinsloo Biography
Sandra Prinsloo, also known as Sandra Prinzlow, is a South African actress best known internationally for her role as Kate Thompson in the 1980 film The Gods Must Be Crazy. Prinsloo has also appeared in numerous South African television, film, and stage productions.
Sandra Prinsloo Age
Prinsloo was born on September 15, 1947, in South Africa, Africa. She is age 71 years as of 2019.
Sandra Prinsloo Education
For his high school, he attended the Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool. She attended the University of Pretoria where she studied B.A. honors in drama.
Sandra Prinsloo Husband
Prinsloo was previously married to singer Jeremy Taylor and also had a long and intense relationship with Willem Smuts of Johannesburg. Van Riet’s relationship with Prinsloo has been kept such a secret that colleagues at the Peace Parks Trust didn’t know about it.
Sandra Prinsloo Net Worth/Salary
A South African actress best known internationally for her role as Kate Thompson in the 1980 film The Gods Must Be Crazy. She is earning a good salary. However the exactly estimated net worth it is not revealed.Sandra Prinsloo Photo
Sandra Prinsloo Career
Prinsloo was a ballet dancer and never thought of becoming an actress. She occasionally ushered at the Breytenbach Theatre in Pretoria when she was in high school. She became a member of the Performing Arts Council Transvaal acting company.
Prinsloo was in the original cast of Egoli: Place of Gold, South Africa’s first soap opera. For many years, she hosted her own talk show, RaakPraat met Sandra, on South Africa television. She has also conducted a series of interviews with personalities and celebrities for South African TV, Sandra Op ‘n Drafstap.
Prinsloo has acted in a number of South African television series and movies throughout her career, including Erfsondes (2012); Hartland (2011); Known Gods (2005); Saints, Sinners, and Settlers (1999); and Konings (1991) among others
In addition to her well-known role in The Gods Must Be Crazy, Prinsloo has had major roles in Target of an Assassin (1979), Quest for Love (1988), Die Prins van Pretoria (1992), Soweto Green (1995), and Paw Paw Vir My Darling (2015), Twee Grade van Moord (2016)
Sandra Prinsloo Theatre Career
She has performed in more than 100 different productions, often playing leading roles in works by South African and international dramatists.
In 1985 when she was playing Miss Julie by August Strindberg together with actor John Kani caused a South African audience walk-out. Prinsloo played a white woman seducing a black man. The play marked the first on-stage occurrence of a black man kissing a white woman under the Apartheid regime
Sandra Prinsloo Films
1974: Deadly Jaws
1979: Target of an Assassin
1976: Listen to My Story
1980: The Gods Must Be Crazy
1984: The Outcast
1988: Quest for Love
1989: Jewel of the Gods
1990: In the Name of Blood
1992: Die Prince van Pretoria
1993: The Prince of Pretoria
1995: Soweto Green
2015: ‘n Paw Paw fir My Darling
2016: Twee Grade van Moord
Sandra Prinsloo Television roles
She was in the original cast of Egoli: Place of Gold, South Africa’s first soap opera.
Sandra has hosted her own talk show,aakPraat met Sandra, on South Africa television.
She has also conducted a series of interviews with personalities and celebrities for South African TV, Sandra Op ‘n Drafstap.
She has acted on the following television series:
2005: Known Gods
1999: Saints, Sinners, and Settlers
Sandra Prinsloo Awards
2013: ACT Lifetime Achievement Award for Theatre.
2014: Order of Ikhamanga in silver by the South African government
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