Curtley Pitt transcends the role of an actor; he emerges as a dynamic entertainer, leaving an indelible mark on the industry. Fueled by an unparalleled passion for storytelling and unwavering dedication, Curtley has become a standout presence in entertainment.
In the realm of ﬁlm and television, he eﬀortlessly embodies diverse characters, from the dramatic portrayal of Something in the kykNET storyﬁlm Lewenslank (2023) to the enigmatic Charles in A Home is Not a House (2023). Curtley’s versatile talents shine through in his portrayal of Joshua Meyer in the Afrikaans soapie Arendsvlei, as well as his compelling role in the Showcase series Spinners. Each performance resonates, leaving a lasting impact that sets him apart.
Curtley’s theatrical journey is equally impressive, ranging from his role as Marvin in Mooiplaas (2023) at Suidoosterfees/Artscape to the compelling Riyaad in Die tiende klop (2022) at Baxter Theatre, showcasingremarkable versatility. Adding to his repertoire, Curtley takes on translation duties for Overklank and Content Lab, with recent projects including Elif and Hold My Hand.
Beyond his acting skills, Curtley excels in writing, voice-overs, radio presenting, and teaching. Recognised as one of ﬁve Nati Rising Stars in 2022, he achieved further acclaim when his play, Mooiplaas, debuted atSuidoosterfees in 2023. Curtley Pitt stands not just as an actor but as a true entertainer, undeniably shaping the future of the entertainment landscape.