Roelof Storm studied drama at the University of Cape Town. In 2013 he was nominated as the Most Promising Student by the Fleur du Cap Awards. Professionally he worked mainly in theatre and appeared in various award winning plays like “Dogma” where he played the lead, directed by Christiaan Olwagen as well as “Die Lelike eend” in which he also played the leading role with Olwagen directing. He became part of the Polony Collective theatre group headed by Olwagen and including Ludwig Binge.
In 2012 He also starred in “Kind Hamlet” opposite Binge. He also produced the Ibsen classic “A Doll’s House”. In this production Birrie le Roux did the designing and Charl-Johan Lingenfelder wrote the music and Christiaan Olwagen directed – the same award winning team assembled for JOHNNY IS NIE DOOD NIE. Roelof’s film credits are “Four Corners” 2013) and “Twee Grade van Moord” (2015). He is currently concentrating on film production.