- Pallance Dladla and Clint brink have bagged roles in a new film
- The award-winning actors will star in the upcoming action thriller titled King Dog
- The movie will be directed by Bradley Katzen and by all accounts is set to set the scene on fire
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Mzansi award-winning actors Pallance Dladla and Clint Brink have bagged roles in a new film.
According to entertainment commentator and TV host Phil Mpela, Pallance and Clint are slated to star in director Bradley Katzen's upcoming action thriller titled King Dog.
This is going to be Pallance's fourth movie appearance, ZAlabes reports.
He has stared in the movies Avenged in 2013, Hard to Get in 2014 and The Message in 2015.
Pallance made his debut in television series in 2014 on Rhythm City in which he played the character of Sibusiso Vilakazi.
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He has featured on Season 3 of 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls as Jimmy, Season 2 of Intersexions as Sizwe, Isibaya as Jabulani Zungu, Is'thunzi as Duke, Season 1 of Jozi-H as Clement and in Tempy Pushas.
Clint started his acting in the mid-90s and started his professional career with Backstage which aired its first episode in 2000, according to ZAlebs.
He has so far featured on, Season 1 of Backstage as Shaun Jacobs, Season 1 of Colour TV, Season 1 of Eish! Saan, Season 5 of MTV Shuga as Rakeem, Season 11 to 15 of Binnelanders as Dr Steve Abrahams, Season 1 of The Comedy Central Roast, Season 3 of Screentime with Nicky Greenwall, Season 2 of Rockville and Season 1 of Scandal! where he played the part of Tino Martin.
Briefly.co.za has reported that Pallance couldn't believe that people were accusing him of dumping . Pallance’s manager Wesley Gainer, gave a statement, putting an end to the obscured rumours.
Wesley explained that Pallance had given adequate notice to the Isibaya team and that the claims made were not taken lightly as Pallance holds great pride in the way he conducts himself as an actor.
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