Neo Matsunyane, a South African actor, director, television host, and voice actor, was born on January 17, 1967. He is most known for playing Kelebone in the SABC2 television series in 1998.
Neo Matsunyane Age
He was born on 17 January 1967 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Matsunyane is 54 years old as of 2021.
Neo Matsunyane Education
He attended Kebalepile High School, Mafikeng, and matriculated in 1983. In 1991, he earned a diploma from the School Of Broadcasting, and in 1994-1995, he completed a seven-month film director’s course with the SABC in collaboration with Bateleur Films, under the direction of the late Mr. John Rogers.
He also took a script analysis course at Pretoria Technikon and a Dov Simens-led Hollywood Film Institute course.
Neo Matsunyane Wife
Matsunyane was previously married to Connie Ferguson, a popular South African actress, filmmaker, and producer. They were married for only 5 years.
He has two children, Momo Matsunyane from a previous relationship and Lesedi Matsunyane from his relationship with Connie Ferguson.
Neo Matsunyane Career
Apart from Kelebone, Matsunyane has starred in Maitemogelo, On the Right Track, Getting It Together, Class of ’92, Kgweetsa, and Mmalonya I and II on television. Desert Diners, Generations, African Skies, Going Up, Rhodes, Ke Nyala Mang, Matswakabele I, II, and III, Grondbaronne, Soul Buddyz IV, and Usindiso are just a few of the shows in which he has made cameo appearances.
Matsunyane has also hosted the game shows Ho Taka and Doors, the quiz shows Bop Shop and Motsamai, and the educational shows Science Club and Turn on to English, in addition to hosting The Toasty Show.
Matsunyane has starred in films such as Red Scorpion and Oh Schucks… Here Comes UNTAG!, Wheels & Deals, and Vusi the Voter, an educational short film, are just a few examples. He has also featured in advertisements for Edgars, Standard Bank, Sasol, SAB, and the SABC’s AIDS inserts. He has a lot of experience doing voice-overs.
He is also a skilled producer; in 2006, his efforts on the SABC1 drama series Mzansi got him a nomination for Best Director. He has been directing television programs since 1994 when he helmed three episodes of the SABC1 youth drama series Young Vision.
Neo Matsunyane Net Worth
Matsunyane has an estimated net worth of $2 million which he has earned from his successful career.
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