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Age Is Just A Number: Check Out Generations: The Legacy actors and their ages in real life

Actors from different generations and their ages in real life Generations has fascinated Mzansi in recent years with its fascinating plot and star-studded cast, keeping viewers glued to their televisions. We've all wondered how old these actors are in real life for a long time.

The ages of the cast members are listed here, from oldest to youngest. Their on-screen ages are clearly not the same as their real-life ages.

Abigail Kubeka-Gog Zondiwe

Actors from different generations and their ages in real life

Generations' Gog' Zondiwe 'Abigail Kubeka' (Source Instagram)

Abigail Kubeka portrays Gog Zondiwe. She is the oldest of the Generations cast members. Many people are surprised to learn that she was born on December 7, 1939, and is now 81 years old. Because she performs without assistance, we can all agree that she is in good physical condition.

Ivy Nkutha – Gog Flo

We everyone thought she was the eldest, but we were wrong. Ivy Nkutha, who plays Gog Flo, is the Generations cast's second-oldest member. She was born on August 20, 1941.

Mpho J Molepo – Uncle Kabisi

Actors from different generations and their ages in real life

Generations Kabisi Moroka 'Mpho J Molepo'

Despite his outward appearance, Mpho J Molepo is a 47-year-old veteran actor who was born on November 28, 1973. He plays Kabisi Moroka, a wise Moroka elder, on Generations.

Vuyo Dabula – Kumkhani Phakade Gadaffi

In the SABC1 drama serial Kumkhani Phakade, Vuyo Dabula portrays the tough and ruthless Gadaffi. He appears to be a 30-year-old gangster on film, but he isn't.

He was born on September 11th, 1976, and is 45 years old. He appears to be 45 years old, yet he looks lot younger. The actor is a fitness specialist who has credited his young appearance to a well-balanced diet.

Manaka Ranaka- Lucy Diale

Actors from different generations and their ages in real life

Generations actress Manaka Ranaka (Lucy Diale) (Savannanews)

On April 6, 1979, the 42-year-old actress was born. Lucy Diale is played by Manaka Ranaka. She plays Gaster, a streetwise shebeen owner who knows how to make deals and clean up after himself.

Letoya Makhene – Tshidi Moroka

Letoya Makhene plays Tshidi Moroka, Gog' Zondiwe's daughter. On September 7, 1984, the 37-year-old veteran actress was born. "Imagination is where beauty begins," she explains.

Junior Singo Mpho

Mpho Phakade 'Junior Singo' from Generations Mpho Phakade 'Junior Singo' from Generations (Photo credit: Savannanews)

Junior Singo is much older than you might believe, despite playing a teen in the drama series. Mpho Phakade is played by Junior Singo. The 32-year-old actor has kept his private life private, but he isn't the adolescent we all thought he was. On Generations, he plays an adolescent who fails his Matric and turns to side hustles to support himself.

Pearl Monama – Sphe Moroka

On Generations, Pearl Monama plays Sphe Moroka. The veteran actress is in her late twenties, according to reports. Mzansi was able to figure together her age despite keeping her personal life hidden in recent years.

Lesedi Diale – Luyanda Mzazi

Mzazi, a 26-year-old actress, plays Lesedi Diale on Generations. She was adopted by the Diale family, but Jerah Moroka became pregnant in the midst of it all. She is a single mother who does whatever she believes is required to get by. The famous actress was born on May 28, 1995.

Rorisang Moroka – Dithoriso Mosaka

On Generations, Dithoriso Mosaka plays Rorisang Moroka. She was born on December 19, 2016, and she is five years old.


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