Born in Zimbabwe, he became a professional comic in 1983, working on South African stages and TV. He also makes regular visits to the UK, and was the first South African stand-up to perform at the London Comedy Store. As well as stand-up, he has made a number of memorable commercials and TV appearances, including his own chatshow Funny You Should Say That, which ran for 13 episodes on primetime SABC in 2003.
The Star, 3 April 2009.
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