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Pietie Beyers

Born: 11 July 1988 (33 years old)
Gender: Male

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Pietie Beyers is a South African actor and filmmaker best known for his starring role as Dr Deon Visser in the kykNET soapie Binnelanders.

He is the son of actress Susanne Beyers.

He matriculated from Hoërskool Jan van Riebeeck in Cape Town in 2006 and later attended The University of Stellenbosch, graduating in 2012 with an Honours degree in Drama.

Pietie landed his first television acting role in his final year of high school, when he was cast as the young version of Zatopek van Heerden (the older version was played by Neil Sandilands) in the kykNET drama series Orion.

The series, which premiered on 11 July, 2006, is based on Deon Meyer's book of the same name and tells the story of an explosive love triangle set against the backdrop of a serial killer investigation.

His next television role was a guest turn in an episode of the kykNET drama series Vloeksteen (Unpolished Diamond), appearing in Season 1, Episode 3 (which aired on 1 May, 2012).

The following year he had another guest starring role, this time in the kykNET crime anthology murder mystery series Die Boland Moorde (The Boland Murders).

Also in 2013, he appeared in Beer Adriaanse's comedy short film Beskermhere (Protectors), for which he won Best Actor in a Short Film at the Silwerskermfees.

In 2014 he starred with his mother Susanne Beyers in the drama short film Onder die Tafel (Under the Table).

In 2015 he played a journalist in an episode of the kykNET sitcom Buurtwag (Neighbourhood Watch) and the following year he played John in the first season of the kykNET drama series Die Boekklub (The Book Club).

2016 was Pietie's breakout year, when he landed the role of Dr Deon Visser in the 12th season of the kykNET medical soapie Binnelanders. Initially recurring, he was promoted to starring midway through Season 12.

In 2017 his character left the show in a storyline that saw him joining Doctors without Borders. He returned to the role in Season 14, from 27 July, 2018.

Also in 2016, he made his film acting debut in the Stiaan Smith romantic comedy film Sy Klink Soos Lente (She Sounds Like Spring).

On 1 May, 2018 he began hosting the VIA quiz show Blitsbrein (Quickbrain), which he described as "Trivial Pursuit + 30 Seconds + Who Wants to be a Millionaire? + 123Block Myself". Later in the year he hosted a second season of the show.

In the same year he had a guest starring role in an episode of the kykNET sitcom Die Kasteel (The Castle) which aired on 11 July, 2018 (Season 1, Episode 14).

In 2019, Pietie guest starred in an episode of the kykNET mockumentary comedy series Hotel (Season 3, Episode 10), which aired on 11 March.

A few months later he debuted on the e.tv soapie Scandal! as Patrick, first appearing on 5 July, 2019.

Also in 2019, he starred alongside Elize Cawood and Leandie du Randt in the television movie Oorlewing: C-Blok (Survival: C-Block).

In the same year he wrote and starred in the featuire film Skemerson (Dusk), once again with Elize Cawood. Inspired by his own struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), the film is about a young man, battling a mental illness, who decides to take his own life - then meets two strangers on a bridge.

In 2020 he appeared in the feature films Vergeet My Nie (Don't Forget Me), Meisies wat Fluit (Girls who Whistle) and Wesens, an art-house sci-fi mystery set in South Africa in 1967.

In the same year he was cast in the starring role of Lena's (Liezl de Kock) husband Roelof, a younger man with dark secrets, in the kykNET drama series Siende Blind.

Shot during lockdown in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the four-part series premiered on 24 November, 2020.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Braam

Deon Visser

Deon Visser

Deon Visser

Journalist

John

John

Francois (as Piet Beyers)

Herman / Hein

Tjaart van As

Young Zatopek (as Pieter Beyers)

Patrick

Roelof

Dirk Fourie (as Pieter Beyers)


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