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Jannes Eiselen

Born: 21 September 1980
Died: 23 September 2016
Gender: Male

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Jannes Eiselen was a South African actor and voice artist best known for his role as ship's quartermaster Dufresne in the first season of the Starz pirate drama Black Sails.

He previously had a starring role on the SABC2 medical drama series Hillside.

From 2015-2016 he had a recurring role as Charity's (Makgofe Moagi) husband Kerrin Edwards in the SABC1 youth soapie Skeem Saam.

Diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2010, Jannes died on Friday 23 September, 2016 after a long illness. He had turned 36 two days prior to his death.






Television Roles

Show

Character

Dufresne

Welfare Worker

Dr. Deon Bekker

Murray / Bambi

Kerrin Edwards




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