Vuyo Dabula

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Vuyo Dabula
Born (1976-09-11) September 11, 1976 (age 43)
OccupationActor, Model
Years active2003–present
Notable work
Generations: The Legacy
Children1 son

Vuyo Dabula (born 11 September 1976)[1] is a South African model and actor.

Early Life[edit]

He studied at P.H Moeketsi Agricultural High where he matriculated in 1995, followed by Wits Technikon, where he 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.[2]


He is most famous for his role of Kumkani Phakade in the South African soap, Generations. Vuyo also appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and he played the main role in the 2017 film Five Fingers for Marseilles. Vuyo currently stars as Shandu, a spy turned rebel as well as a love interest to Pearl Thusi's character in Netflix's first African original series, Queen Sono.


  1. ^ "Vuyo Dabula Acting Career".
  2. ^ "AFDA: Vuyo Dabula".

External Links[edit]

Vuyo Dabula on TVSA