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However, he admits that playing the role of Phakamani, a man struggling to deal with his past, was challenging at times.
“The roles that I’ve played in the past were not that difficult to play – I had to be charming and funny, which is not really hard to do since I’m a funny guy.
But while playing this role there were times when I just froze and couldn’t do what I was supposed to,” he says.
He recalls one scene in which he had to point a gun at someone and says he found that particularly difficult to do.
“I couldn’t speak for a few seconds – I couldn’t believe it.
The man was so tall and big, and despite his fame, he was so humble.” He says he learnt much in the hours he spent with the man who played Madiba in “You know sometimes in life, when you become a star, you tend to forget why you decided to do what you do.
We chat to the actor, musician, comedian and father about his role on the 13-part series that starts on 3 August, and also about fatherhood and what it was like to make a commercial with British actor Idris Elba.
Having starred in many dramas, including , Siyabonga says getting into character has never a problem for him in the past.
Most of the time actors are boxed in and get to play the same character over and over.” With the South African film industry being so competitive and not paying well, many local actors are forced to jump from one audition to the other, to try and get jobs to support themselves and their families.He says the experience was both exciting and overwhelming.“When I was told that I’d got the job, I was like, ‘okay it’s just another commercial,’ and even when they told me that I’d be in the same ad as Idris, I took that with a pinch of salt.” But when he got to Cape Town, where they were shooting the commercial, Siyabonga says Idris’ arrival on the set left him momentarily speechless.dating websites without registering Read Our Expert Reviews and User Reviews of the most popular free dating sites without email address here, including features lists, A Non, star ratings, pricing, Dating. Cinema Retro has received the following press release: The 2015 Portland Film Festival is Oregon’s largest film event of the year, with 80 narrative and documentary feature films and 134 short films selected out of 3500 Submissions.