eye colour
blue
 
hair color
blonde
 
Height
157 cm /5 ft 1 in
 
Languages
English / Afrikaans
 
accents
English RP, American, Australian
 
skills
Gun Handling  | Swimming | Dancing | Singing
 
Date Of Birth
1969
 
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Sue Diepeveen

Sue is a Cape Town based film, television and theatre actress, writer, director and producer.
Her camera work includes Honey 3, Killer Instinct, DPO Training, American Monster, Cultured, The Deprived, Signal High 2 and Projek Dina.
Sue is an accomplished voice actor who relishes the challenge of accent-based work.
Her self-written solo show So You Want To Be A Trophy Wife? (2016) saw her return to the stage.
This show is being toured nationally and has resonated strongly with audiences.
Sue’s theatre performances include 2019’s Vday performance of The Vagina Monologues, Dario Fo’s A Woman Alone directed by Margot Wood, as well Mike Van Graan’s Two To Tango, which had successful runs at the National Arts Festival and The Hilton Arts Festival.
As the owner of a theatre space in Somerset West (The Drama Factory), Sue is heavily involved in mentoring programmes for young actors and is committed to ensuring a safe and affordable space for new work to see the light of day.
She is a proud partner of companies like Unlikely Productions whose recent productions have garnered Fleur Du Cap Theatre awards.
Sue directed Your Perfect Life for F Creations, which won two Standard Bank Ovation Awards at The National Arts Festival - for its live debut in 2019 and for its online presentation in 2021.
In addition to directing Thirst for the Cape Town Fringe (2016) under the Sugar-Daddy Production house, she has directed the acclaimed Blueberry Toast (2018), which completed two successful Cape Town runs.
As a writer, she has written five plays for large casts for children.
Sue has produced a series of puppet theatre plays for children called What Did The Fox Say? which has toured the Western Cape and is played in both English and Afrikaans.
Sue’s latest project is a new work for children called The Emperor’s New Clothes which opened recently to the delight of audiences.
The piece is written, directed and produced by Diepeveen.