Quentin Krog is a South African actor best known for his role as Ollie du Toit in the e.tv drama series Shooting Stars, from 2007-2010. His first television role was a guest appearance in the role of Trent in the 2005 science fiction series Charlie Jade, in the episode entitled “Devotion” (Season 1, Episode 8).
Krong had a lead role in the kykNET series Gabriel in 2005 and in late 2007 played the role of Ollie in e.tv’s soccer drama series Shooting Stars. He made a guest appearance as a helicopter pilot in the kykNET cash-in-transit heist drama series Transito in 2008.
In April 2008 he was a leading character in the M-Net mini-series Innocent Times, which is notable for its use of special effects, including green screening and CGI.
Quentin acted in the TV movie Three Days to Jonestown in 2006, and provided the voice of Monty the Horse in the animated feature Once Upon an Easter, in 2007. He has also acted in numerous theatre productions including Romeo and Julia, directed by Marthinus Basson (for which he was nominated in the category “Best Professional Debut” at the KANNA Awards at the KKNK Festival in 2005); Betrayal, directed by Lara Foot-Newton; and Sarah – The Sarah Bartman Story in 2006, directed by Anthony Wilson.
He has acted in a number of television commercials, for clients including Red Bull, Kalahari.net and Netcom Cellular in Norway and has acted voice roles in radio dramas such as Virrie Kind and Broers, both of which were directed by Eben Cruywagen.
In addition, Krog has voiced commercials for numerous brands, including Red Bull, Selati Sugar, Musica, Nature’s Source Muesli Bars, Gulf Air, Sinutab, Hang Ten, Men’s Health, Cape Argus, Hi-Q, Hip2B2, Ackermans, Engen, Nicorette and Shell.
In 2013 he had a guest starring role in the final episode of the kykNET anthology series Die Boland Moorde.