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Suanne Braun

Born: 29 February 1968 (54 years old)
Gender: Female

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Suanne Braun is a South African actress and television presenter currently based in England best known to South African audiences as one of the first continuity presenters on M-Net, in 1988.

She spent five years presenting the travel show Bon Voyage before leaving South Africa to try her luck in Hollywood.

She played the recurring role of Jillian Dupre in seven episodes of the action series Silk Stalkings from 1994-1995. She also made guest appearances on Wings, F/X: The Series, Stargate SG-1 (three episodes) and Just Shoot Me!.

She subsequently relocated to London, England.









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New on TV today: Tuesday 17 May

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New on TV today: Monday 16 May

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New on TV today: Saturday 14 May

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