Eyes: Brown Hair: Grey Height: 1.62
Margot spent many years behind microphones at the SABC and Punt-geselsradio and received the Artes award for direction of radio drama three times, once for best performance in a drama, once as actress for the dubbing of a Danish film as well as once for the translation of a script.
|Film||Role||Director / Production Company|
|UITVLUGHT||Hetta||dir. Reghardt Van Den Berg|
|Series||Role||Director / Production Company|
|SARA SE GEHEIM||Tant Marie||dirs. Mia Breet , David Isaacs; Kyknet & Kie|
|VINKEL EN KOLJANDER||Cathy Claasen||Penguin Films|
|DIE BYL||Amanda Botha||dir. Reghardt van den Bergh, Lions Head Productions|
|THOMAS @||Juffrou Dikraambril||dir.Jozua Malherbe, KYKNET,Kokomoya Produksies|
|VLOEKSTEEN||Mollie||dir. Regardt van den Bergh; Waterfront Television|
|AMALIA 1 & 2|
|AGTER ELKE MAN|
|Production||Role||Director / Venue|
|Some highlights include:|
|THE STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM|
Afrikaans (fluent) , English (coversational)
Soft Sell, Hard Sell, Corporate, Character, Authoratative ( News and Voice Overs), Conversational, AV, Smooth, Animation, Bright, Straight, Intimate
Standard Afrikaans (mother tongue) South African English (Natural accent), West Coast Afrikaans, Waterkloof Afrikaans
Margot Luyt is an award winning actress, radio announcer and voice artist who has been in the industry since 1973.
Margot is extremely versatile - she can play any character a spot requires. Although she has been called the Golden voice of RSG, she can never be blamed for being voice beautiful. She can also sound 40 one moment and 65 the next.
Margot's main talent is Radio Drama, but she has also done Voice Overs for Western Cape Government, Lucky Star, Shoprite, Kulula, Bokomo, Peak and Spur.