Macks Senatla Papo (born December 6, 1965) is a virtuous South African playwright, filmmaker, and actor.
The 56-year-old burst into the entertainment scene having been cast in the M-Net television series, Egoli for seven years.
|Full Name:||Macks Senatla sa ga Papo|
|Stage Name:||Macks Papo|
|Born:||6 December 1965 (age 56 years old)|
|Birth Place:||Mamelodi, South Africa|
|Alma mater:||University of the Witwatersrand|
|Girlfriend • Wife:||Estranged (Ex)|
|Net Worth:||US$150 000|
Early Life and Education
Macks Papo was born on December 6, 1965, in Mamelodi, South Africa. He studied Dramatic Arts at the prestigious University of the Witwatersrand in 1992.
Papo won an American Field Service scholarship to Columbus North High School in Indiana, the U.S., and graduated with a distinction.
Macks stars as businessman Ivan Tshinawa, on the e.tv soap opera Rhythm City, he has been on the show since 2007.
Papo is a nominee for the best actor for the Regional Vita Awards in Bloemfontein. From 1998 to 1999, he starred in the critically acclaimed jazz musical Kippie.
Macks has also featured in other films like Taxi to Soweto, Wheels and Deals, Drumbeats, Get that Job, and playing a human lizard in a Rooibos tea commercial. He is also a writer, and director in theatre, and does community theatre workshops.
As a theatre performer, he has appeared in many theatres like No Good Friday, Survival, Bear in Zermatt, and Switzerland. In 1992, Macks appeared in the play Kwamanzi at the Balmoral Castle in Scotland for the entire British Royal Family.
- No Good Friday
- Bear in Zermatt
- Taxi to Soweto
- Wheels and Deals
- Get that Job
- Rooibos Tea commercial
Macks Papo reportedly married a celebrated South African woman. However, the union ended due to unsettled differences. The duo is blessed with a daughter who is a teenager. At the moment, he is single without a spouse, wife, or girlfriend.
As a popular playwright, Macks Papo has an evaluated net worth of US$150,000.
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