Life has been a bittersweet experience for this veteran actor. As a result of how he has aged, this man has been accused on Twitter of being an alcoholic and/or a drug user. When he returned to television in the role of gang leader in Rhythm City, these allegations initially appeared.
As Glen, the man who had a relationship with Karabo Moroka (Connie Ferguson) while married to Vivian Majozi, we all know him (Faye Peters). After that, he took a new path. In reality, he directed two SABC Afrikaans shows and served as a consultant director on Star-Maseko Sat's Ties.
Zalebs interviewed him and he stated that he has never been an alcoholic or an addict of any kind. Unemployment for three years caused him to become depressed and lose weight.
When he was down and out, Rhythm City was kind enough to give him another chance. He appears to be in good health and has just put on some weight.
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