We can never talk of the South African entertainment industry without mentioning this excellent entertainment icon. Vusi Kunene has been gracing our screens for decades, and he doesn’t seem to age. The legendary actor amassed wealth thanks to his longevity in the entertainment industry. His ability to demonstrate his unique acting skills has made him the favourite actor he is today. The actor we all love to hate is famous for his devious role on the long-running show Generations The Legacy.
Vusi started acting two decades ago when he was in his early twenties. His reputation of acing devious roles precedes him, evidenced by his big awards cabinet. Vusi made his first debut in acting when he bagged a gig on Generations as Jack Mabaso. Mabaso was a villain serial killer who could do anything to cover up his dirty deals.
However, Vusi later ditched Generations as he started his own production company. Vusi is currently playing the role of Funani Zwide on his show House of Zwide. Mzansi are impressed by his villain role of Funani, but they were questioning his agility as they were expecting something different.
Vusi Kunene age and net worth stuns Mzansi
Judging from his anti-ageing looks, one can think Vusi is in his early forties. However, Mzansi’s favourite actor was born on 12 April in Meadowlands, a Soweto area in Gauteng province South Africa. As of 2022, Vusi is 56 years old, and he is the father of one daughter Grace Mahlaba.
Although he tries to keep his life off-camera, Vusi Kunene is a millionaire in real life. Despite having a successful career, Vusi is the jake of all trades. He has his hands in the business, pastoring and farming. Vusi is the founder and CEO of Blackness Sush and wine bar-restaurant, one of the most famous restaurants in Mzansi. He is cashing a lot of fortune from his business and other side hustles. Vusi has a net worth of R15 million.
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