Casey B. Dolan
Casey B. Dolan began her TV career as a continuity presenter. Thereafter followed the controversial series 37 Honey Street, in which the first-ever lesbian kiss was shown on South African TV. Her acting debut was followed by dramas such as Kelebone, Boomspruit and Backstage. She also presented for Jika Majika, Fresh, 20something and Top Billing.
Casey also had a stint on radio in 2000, working on the afternoon drive show for 5fm. She was voted FHM’s Sexiest Woman in South Africa (and the second Sexiest Woman in the World) by South African readers the same year.
More recently, Casey has appeared in a number of movies (working with both local and international directors), including Sumuru, directed by Darrell Roodt, No Man's Gold, Lost Boys: The Thirst, directed by Dario Piana, Skeem and Copposites.
Casey achieved Springbok status in Karate and has already published an autobiography, An Appetite for Peas (Kwela Books), followed by her first novel, When the Bough Breaks.
Photo: Micky Hoyle