Dale Abrahams is a South African actor and comedian who has appeared in numerous films, television shows and theatre productions.
Abrahams attended the Joan Lee Theatre Arts School Johannesburg from 1988-89 before being accepted to the University of Cape Town's drama school, from where he graduated in 1993.
In 1994 he appeared in the annual open-air Shakespeare production at Maynardville in Cape Town, which in that year was A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The following year he travelled to the Grahamstown Festival of the Arts and to Stockholm with a theatre production called People Like Us, and the following year appeared in Julius Caesar at the Windybrow Theatre in Johannesburg.
From 1999-2001 he appeared in four major comedy shows: The Funny Farm, Jungle Connection Comedy Club, the Joe Parker Comedy Express and The Comedy Sprite Jam at the Civic Theatre in Johannesburg.
He also appeared in two corporate theatre productions: a Spoornet Staff Training video in 1999, and a Santam training video in 2005.
Abrahams has appeared in the following television shows:
Explore Your Universe
The Toasty Show
He landed his first major role as a regular cast member in the 2007 drama series 90 Plein Street.
Abrahams appeared in the mini-series Ekhaya: A Family Chronicle in 1997 and It Rained Last Night in 2001. He also appeared in the TV special Barry Hilton's Funny You Should Say That, also in 2001.
In addition, he had a role in the 2005 made-for-TV remake of The Poseidon Adventure.
Abrahams has appeared in television commercials for Lipton Tea, Castle Lager, Lovers Plus Condoms, Lotto and Tetrapak.
Abrahams had minor roles in the 1998 Jackie Chan-directed film Wo Shi Shei (Who Am I?), and Cape Of Good Hope in 2004.
He had a supporting role in the 2005 Donovan Marsh film Dollars And White Pipes.