Craz-E Presenter Karabo Maseko Bags Permanent Role On Generations: The Legacy
ETV’s Craz-E presenter Karabo Maseko is on cloud nine after bagging a permanent role on Generations: The Legacy.
On the soapie, the actor is known for his on-and-off role as Luyolo, a Rastafarian medical school graduate who’s now friends with Lesedi after the two met at a club.
The South African model, actor and presenter recently revealed that he was promoted by his bosses on the show to a permanent role after the show producers were so happy with his talent and skills.
He says after the negotiations went through regarding his contract, he became part of the season that begins on Monday, 23 November.
“I was called to audition in April. I went and the role was initially meant to be small, but the producers loved my performance and now I’m part of the principal cast. The contract negotiations went well and I’m happy I’ve been offered this permanent role. This is definitely my biggest break as an actor,” said the 25-year-old eTV’s former Craze presenter.
Karabo is known for presenting on eTV youth programs that include Shiz niz, Craz-e, Frenzy and Sisterhood.
He has also starred on eTV’s telenovela, Isipho. When the show ended, he was left unemployed fora long while.
He says after being called on Generations: The Legacy where he started off as a supporting actor, things have started taking shape for him. He is now a leading cast on the show.
“I grew up watching him and now to work with him is absolutely amazing. Every time I’m around some of the people I grew up watching on set, I don’t know how to act around them,” said the former Isipho actor as he gushed over the promotion on Generations: The Legacy