Sello Maake (born Sello Maake Ka-Ncube; 12 March 1960 in Orlando, Soweto) is a South African actor and a voice-over artist.
He walked into the limelight upon playing the lead role on Scandal as Daniel’ Nyathi.
His date of birth is on 12 March 1960 while his place of birth is in Orlando West, Soweto. Sello Maake Ka-Ncube is 60 years old (2020).
The name of his wife is Palesa Mboweni, the couple got married in 2013. After eight (8) months of marriage, the couple separated following his claims of disrespect, uncooperative and psychotic behavior.
He is the father of six (6) children, unfortunately, he lost his eldest child to an accident. The name of his other children includes Neo Tsagae, Lerato, Lindo, Onkgopotse and Akhona.
- Mandera; Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
- Othello: A South African Tale (20050
- Djadje: Last Night I Fell Off a Horse (1993)
- Taxi to Soweto (1993)
- Bopha! (1993)
- The Good Fascist (1992)
- Wheels and Deals (1991)
- Dark City (1990)
- The Rutanga Tapes (1990)
- A Dry White Season (1989)
He the role of “Archie Moroka”, a rich businessman, in the series Generations. He left to pursue his career abroad.
Sello made an appearance in Bophelo Ke Semphekgo and Scandal.
He plays gay on the Mzansi Magic Telenovela Queen, where he plays the role of Kgositsile.
In 2002, he was Nominated for the Best Ensemble Performance in Musical Theatre. He also received a nomination for the Best Script of a New South African Play.
Still, in 2002, he was nominated as the Best Director and for Best Production, for Komeng.
In 2001 he was awarded the FNB Vita Award for Best Performance in a Comedy by a Male for Call Us Crazy.
Sello was also awarded the (2000&2000) Pan African Heritage Broadcast Achievement Award for Drama.
In 1994, he was awarded the DALRO Award for Best Actor for The Suit.
According to DRUM magazine receives payment between R100 000 and R120 000 every month.
The rich actor is believed to have an estimated net worth of USD$13 million.
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