In Pictures: Generations actors and their ages in real life
In recent years Generations has wowed Mzansi with its exciting storyline, and its star-studded cast has managed to keep Mzansi glued on their small screens. We all have been wondering and asking ourselves how old are these actors in real life.
Well, here is a dive into the ages of the cast, from the oldest to the youngest. No doubt, their on-screen ages are the complete opposite of their real-life ages.
Gog Zondiwe- Abigail Kubeka
Kubeka was born 07 December 1939 in Orlando East. She attended a missionary boarding school in Kilnerton. From a young age, she showed an interest in singing.
Many might find it difficult to believe that she is 81-years-old
Gog Flo – Ivy Nkutha
Ivy Nkutha is a renowned South African actress currently playing Gog’ Flo on Generations The Legacy. She studied nursing at the St Thomas Training Institution. She matriculated from Ithute Community School, and went to St Thomas Training Institution for her nursing training.She practiced corporate nursing at the Westrand Administration Board until she moved to a marketing organisation. Ivy then joined a dental care school as a dental educator, travelling across the country to educate butchers on how to clean their meat for the good health of their customers' teeth.
Allow us to get familiar with Ivy Nkutha and investigate her life. Gogo Florence also known as Ivy Nkutha from Generation is at 80 years old years old starting at 2021. She was born in the year 1941.
Gaddafi – Vuyo Dabula
He is most famous for his role of Kumkani Phakade in the South African soap, Generations. Vuyo also appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and he played the main role in the 2017 film Five Fingers for Marseilles.
Vuyo currently stars as Shandu, a spy turned rebel as well as a love interest to Pearl Thusi's character in Netflix's first African original series, Queen Sono. Vuyo Dabula (born 11 September 1976). He is currently 45 years old.
Lucy Diale- Manaka Ranaka
Manaka Ranaka is a South African actress known for playing her starring role for long standing soap opera Generations: The Legacy. In 2000, she played the role of Nandipha Sithole on Isidingo soap opera aired on SABC 3.
The 42-year-old actress was born on 6 April 1979.
Tshidi Moroka – Letoya Makhene
Letoya Makhene is a South African actress, singer and television personality and one whose career began pretty early. Born to a musician father, the songstress’s sojourn into the performance world began when she was about seven years old.
When she was very young, she was singing alongside Brenda Fassie, who took her as hers and nurtured her. In the intervening years, she had worked with other industry figures, including DJ Cleo and DJ Qness.
Letoya Makhene was born in September 1984, so she’s currently 36 years. However, she’ll be 37 a couple of months from now.
Mpho – Junior Singo
Junior Singo is a South African actor currently playing Mpho on Generations The Legacy. The 32-year-old actor is not a teen as we all thought. Junior Singo Venda was born in a place called Chawelo in Soweto, South Africa. He is the son of an art director by the name Carol Oliphant, who is his mother.
Stepping into the limelight at a tender age has many child celebrities swallowed up in the glitz and glamour the fame brings. Most fail to punch above their weight and lose relevance on their way.
Cosmo – Ronnie Nyakale
Ronnie Nyakale is a renowned South African actor popular for his role Cosmo on Generations The Legacy. As is the norm, fans are always intrigued by celebrities’ lifestyle. It doesn’t come as a surprise then that Ronnie only publicises what he is comfortable sharing. This however does not stop speculations about his life making rounds.
Ronnie Nyakale was born in 1973 in Soweto, Gauteng; he is currently age 48 but plays the role of young brother to Lucy Diale – Manaka Ranaka, born on 6 April 1979 and aged 42.
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