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Shirley Ellis

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Shirley Ellis is a South African producer, director, actress, teacher, trainer, mentor, coach and workshop facilitator best known in television for her starring role as Malherbe in the SABC2 thriller series Arsenaal, in 2002.

She currently runs interactive workshops to equip people with key life skills to understand and cope with stress.

Ellis graduated with a BA Degree and Performer's Diploma in Speech and Drama: bilingual, from the University of Cape Town in 1984.

Originally from Bellville, Western Cape she now resides in Simon's Town.


Television Roles

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Malherbe

Verslaggeefster

Hester


LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Sunday 7 March

Da Vinci goes Searching for Superhuman, the kykNET Fiëstas air live and TAR returns to M-Net.


New on TV today: Saturday 6 March

Docu-comedy Brody Stevens: Enjoy It! starts on Comedy Central and The Greatest Dancer returns on SABC3.


Who's in, who's out on Uzalo Season 7

Uzalo attempts to recreate its heyday by bringing back iconic early season characters.


Promised Love Teasers - March 2021

Noor admits that she hired the hitman.


Complicated Love Teasers - March 2021

Mishti is feeling guilty!


Queen of the South 2 Teasers - April 2021

Back! For a new season after a whopping seven years since Season 1. Nine years have passed…


Close Enemies 2 -Teasers - April 2021

Series finale! A DEA agent organizes an escape?


Law of the Heart Teasers - April 2021

Adoption can be a long, drawn out process.


New on TV today: Friday 5 March

Dating #NoFilter returns to SABC3 and Curiosity Channel documents History's Greatest Homes.


Generations: The Legacy Teasers - April 2021

Lesedi falls victim to exactly what she judged others for.

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