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Marelize Pretorius

Marelize Pretorius is known for her work on The Ghost and the Darkness (1996), Lunarcop (1995) and The Mangler (1995). She has been married to Gilbert Guerin since December 12, 2002. See full bio »

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Known For

The Ghost and the Darkness
Lunarcop Ozella
The Mangler
The Mangler Art Department
Tropical Heat
Tropical Heat Casting Department


Hide Hide Show Show Art department (7 credits)
 1998 Tierärztin Christine III: Abenteuer in Südafrika (TV Movie) (standby props)
 1998 Only Love (TV Movie) (assistant set decorator)
 1997 Black Velvet Band (TV Movie) (stand-by props - uncredited)
 1996 The Ghost and the Darkness (assistant props builder)
 1996 The Making of the Mahatma (set dresser) / (standby props)
 1995 Derby (TV Movie) (props stand-by)
 1995 The Mangler (assistant property master) / (stand-by set dresser)
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 1996 Rhodes (TV Mini-Series) (second assistant camera - 3 episodes)
- The Place of the Killing (1996) ... (second assistant camera)
- All the World's Gold (1996) ... (second assistant camera)
- All the World's Diamonds (1996) ... (second assistant camera)
Hide Hide Show Show Actress (1 credit)
 1995 Lunarcop
Hide Hide Show Show Casting department (1 credit)
 1993 Tropical Heat (extras casting assistant)

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