Vuyo Dabula is a famous actor known for his evil thuggish character in Generations The Legacy as Kumkani “Gadaffi” Phakade. On Generations, he was a villain actor who would do anything to pursue his goals. He slayed his role on Generations to excellency, becoming a household name. However, he later exited the show Generations The Legacy for greener pastures.
Besides being a great actor who has a cabinet of awards to show for it, Vuyo Dabula is highly educated in real life. The actor we all love to hate studied for two degrees before he debuted in the entertainment world. Here is a sneak peek at Vuyo Dabula’s academic qualifications and the institutions he attended.
A look at Vuyo Dabula’s academic qualifications
Vuyo Dabula was born on 11 September 1976 in Mahikeng, North West South Africa. The actor has from rags to riches story; according to him, he learned survival tactics on the streets. Before fame, Vuyo struggled to make ends meet and held many odd jobs to put food on the table.
Former Generations actor Vuyo Dabula holds an honours Degree in Dramatic Arts from AFDA Cape town. The actor did his matric at P.H Moeketsi Agricultural High in 1995, followed by Wits Technikon, and graduated after a year in 1996. He claimed what he studied in school was not something he was interested in, making his career for the future instead, he started acting. For acting, he studied at AFDA Cape Town.
Former Generations actor Vuyo Dabula’s career in the entertainment industry
Before scoring his villainous role on Generations, The Legacy, Vuyo played Tsetse in the series Yizo Yizo in 2014. He also played Titus Lesenya in Isidingo, nailed his role on Isidingo and landed another acting gig on Wild at Heart, where he played Kane. His acting career is getting more decorations as he landed a role in the Netflix blockbuster Entangled.
Vuyo Dabula also has an award as a testament to his phenomenal acting skills. The actor is winning big in his career and shows no signs of slowing down.
Former Generations actor Vuyo Dabula’s controversies
In 2021 the actor made headlines when a famous Instagram trans baddie Demi came forward to expose Vuyo of lying and cheating with many trans women. Several trans women accused the actor of lying and not paying his bills well each time he made love to them. To make the story sassier, Vuyo Dabula is married and has a son.
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