Remember Duke from Backstage? Actor and comedian Trevor Gumbi shared a snap with him on set. Trevor’s followers, including Minne, were all excited to see the great Duke. Portrayed by Carlo Radebe, the actor has been keeping a low profile since the E.tv drama ended. He has had brief roles in Isibaya, Isidingo, Generations and How to Steak 2 Million which aired in 2011.
Trevor Gumbi posted the picture on his Twitter account and captioned it, “Legendary ! I was SO geeked to meet him. I’ve been a fan for years !”
Backstage was a South African youth drama produced by Bottom Line Productions. It is set in the fictional college, Vulindlela – a performing arts school in Johannesburg. It aired from 2000 u until 2007. It aired on weekdays at 18h30.
He also appeared on Generations as Sello Mvuyane. He was infamous for kidnapping Dineo.
“Ah bra Trevor, ona le bra Duke, I very much appreciated this grootman's acting prowess back in the days of backstage, lovely seeing him again and that he's still out and about.”
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