Actor Paballo Mavundla is fast becoming a household name due to his current role on Generations: The Legacy. Briefly.co.za compiled 7 interesting facts about the star.
Paballo plays a varsity student, Jerah Moroko aka Crazy J on the TV series Generations: The Legacy. He has viewers eating out of his palm as the annoying but cute intern at #Hashtag.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few interesting facts about the actor.
1. Paballo completed a Bachelors Degree in dramatiz arts from the National School of Arts in 2017.
2. He nearly give up on his dream of acting after a few failed auditions. But his luck soon turned on the day he auditioned for The Herd.
3. His first majoy TV gig was for his role as the rebellious Nkosana in The Herd.
4. Unfortunately his character did not gel with fans who took to his social media accounts to lash out at him. They poor guy eventually decided to stay off social media for a while just to block off the hate.
5. But not everyone hated him. His bad-boy outlook was a hit with the ladies. Who doesn't like a bad boy?
6. Paballo joined SABC 1's Generations: The Legacy in November 2018, as Crazy J.
7. His current role has definitely increased his fan base and boosted his exposure as an actor too.
Meanwhile earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that things are heating up on the Generations: The Legacy show.
Most viewers of social media have commended the Generations scriptwriter for the best storyline yet. The drama of revealing who killed Skhumbuzo in the soapie is on new levels. Last night, Detective Pele narrowed down the suspect list to just two people - Tshidi and Wandile.
Now that we have a few more details about what happened on the night that Skhumbuzo died, we can safely say it was not Lucy or Sphe but either Tshidi or Wandi who did it.
While many fingers are pointed to the two right now, it is Detective Pele who is stealing the show. Social media users have praised the actor for his skills in investigating.
But the truth is, it looks like the murderer will be revealed sooner than we think. Our bet is on Wandile. Who do you think did it?
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