Geno Segers

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Geno Segers
Geno Segers & Girlfriend Maria Canapino.jpg
Geno Segers & Girlfriend Maria Canapino
Born Geno Segers
Winston-Salem, North Carolina[1]
Nationality American
Occupation Actor
Years active 2004–present
Known for

Geno Segers (born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA) is an American actor known for his roles as Mason Makoola in the Disney XD television series Pair of Kings, Chayton Littlestone on Cinemax's Banshee, Kincaid on MTV's Teen Wolf and also as co-host of Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge for two seasons.

Early life[edit]

Born Lonnie Geno Segers, Jr., he is the oldest son of Lonnie G. Segers Sr. and Sandra Eldridge. His ancestry is African American, and Native American He has been with girlfriend Maria Canapino since 2011.

Segers was a footballer, wrestler, and track athlete in high school and college. He played football at Western Carolina University, after which he played in the American National Rugby League and won two caps for United States national rugby league team against Wales national rugby league team in 1995. From there, he moved to New Zealand to play for the Richmond Rovers rugby league team.[1]


At the suggestion of a friend, Segers auditioned for voice ads at a New Zealand radio station. His voice (Segers is a bass) earned him a lot of attention, and caught the attention of an agent that led Segers to be cast as Mufasa in the Australian production of The Lion King. He went on to star in the American and Chinese productions as well.[2]




Year Title Role Note
2009 White Collar Aimes' Bodyguard Episode: "Flip of the Coin"
2010-13 Pair of Kings Mason Makoola Main Role; 52 episodes
2011 Zeke & Luther Stan the agent Episode: "Zeke, Luther, and Kojo Strikes Gold"
2011-12 Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge Himself Seasons 1-2
2013 Conversation with Breakfast Big Dawg
2014 Teen Wolf Kincaid Season 3 Episode 17 & 20
2014 - 2015 Banshee Chayton Littlestone Seasons 2-3


  1. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-10. Retrieved 2010-12-23. 
  2. ^ "Geno Segers finds 'the voice' is his calling card | Television". Retrieved 2016-07-17. 

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