Fiona Ramsey

Vivienne Tiff

Fiona Ramsey

Fiona Ramsay is one of South Africa’s most formidable actresses and has appeared locally, as well as in America and in England, on stage and on the screen.

Her career has many highlights with nominations for her roles as Princess Kosmonopolis in “Sweet Bird of Youth”, Stella Goldschlag in “Blonde Poison”, Marlene Dietrich in “Miss Dietrich Regrets” and Sister Aloysuis in “Doubt”.

She also regularly appears on television in local and international productions, such as “Black Sails”, “Homeland”, “Dominion”, “Scandal”, and “Justice for All”.

Fiona is highly in demand as a dialogue coach for film, television and theatre. In this capacity she’s worked on “The Dark Tower”, “Roots”, “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”, “The Giver”, “The Bang Bang Club” and “Winnie”.

Vivienne Tiff (88)

Fiona is the old lady who Mardaleen takes care of in London. Viviene Tifft is an erotica romance novelist with emphysema and who has no filter when it comes to her thoughts. Mardaleen often has to read the X-rated content out loud to her. She has a Doctorate from Harvard and has published many books with provocative covers and titles.