Date of Birth: 27 June 1995
Height: 1.80m Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Languages: English, Afrikaans
Skills: Accents: Italian, Coloured, Choreography: Contemporary, Hiphop, Script Writing, Poetry, Freestyle Rapping, Sport: Soccer, Hockey, Chess, Golf, Table Tennis, Cricket, Ice-Skating, Karate, Boxing, Pool-Table, Darts
Dillan began his acting career straight after high school after realising his potential in acting. In 2016, Dillan had done his first professional live dance performance for Caxton Magazines at the Mandela Theatre inside the Joburg Theatre. Dillan then started his Diploma in Professional Acting at CityVarsity. During his first year of studies, Dillan acquired a first place spot in his faculty of studies, in the same year Dillan signed up with a poetry organisation called the CSP (Current State of Poetry), he then spent his two years mastering the art of slam and written poetry under the CSP programme with Vus’umusi Phakathi being his performance mentor, Wazi Kunene being his arts and administrating mentor and Sarah Godsell being his writing mentor, during his two years of poetry, Dillan has grown exceedingly as both a writer and performer.
In 2017, Dillan entered an annual poetry competition called The Siyagiya Spoken Word Festival and managed to place himself at third place. Dillan also had the privilege of acting alongside Joey Rasdien and Bianca Le-grange on a local TV show called The Bantu Hour.