Karabo Maseko excels as Luyolo and promises the audience more


Karabo Maseko excels as Luyolo and promises the audience more

They say that when it rains it pours and it’s currently pouring for television heartthrob Karabo Maseko, who will now become a permanent feature on SABC 1’s hit prime-time soapie Generations The Legacy.
Karabo Maseko excels as Luyolo and promises the audience more

Speaking to Daily Sun, the actor who plays the character of Luyolo on the show said, producers of the show were left in awe of his enthralling performances and awarded him with a permanent role, which can see him now joining the principal cast of the award-winning show.

“I was called to audition in April. I went and therefore the role was initially meant to be small, but the producers loved my performances and now, I’m a part of the principal cast,” said Karabo.

The actor told the paper that his permanent role will begin within the upcoming season which can premiere on Monday, 23 November 2020. Karabo is promoted alongside actress Zizipho Buti, who portrays the character of Tracy.

The Mpumalanga born and bred multitalented television actor has always been Mzansi’s fan-favorite. Karabo Maseko landed his big break within the cut-throat show business when he bagged a presenting gig on former MTV’s youth show, Craz-E. The show turned him into a household name with a legion of fans.

The actor and presenter hail from the dusty streets of an industrial-dominated and developing town Middleburg, and he’s definitely putting the town on the map. Karabo studied Business Management at the University of Johannesburg.

The actor previously starred on Isipho as Neo, until the show was canned. The show faced the cutting board after it did not attract viewership.

Sipho had a star-studded cast including Nimrod Nkosi, Saint Seseli, and Thobani Nzuza and it aired its last episode on December 19, leaving fans shooketh to the core!

This follows after some viewers weren’t aware that it had been coming to an end. during a handout by the channel, they said a mutual decision to conclude the assembly of the drama series was a strategic business one, and it had been reached amicably by all parties involved, following a dip in ratings.

“It is with sincere regret that we end a locally produced drama series; however, following lengthy discussions with our partners, the choice was made to finish the series. e.tv continues to seem forward to fulfilling its mandate of manufacturing exceptional and relevant local content,” said Marlon Davids, director at e.tv.

Congratulations Karabo on your new role.