Nathaniel Junior Singo, age is the biggest shocker of all. He plays the role of Mpho Phakade on Generation: The Legacy. On-screen he plays a character who is a teenager and recently failed Matric, but in real life, he is, in fact, a 31-year-old man.
Singo keeps his birthday a secret so that fans can relate to his young roles. The main reason he can be mistaken for a teenager is due to his height and his baby’s face.
His youthful face finds him playing the character of an abandoned and distressed teenager called Mpho. He is adopted by the Phakades who want to circumvent the conventional course of childbearing.
Junior Singo is a father to beautiful baby girl Ayamah. Daddy-daughter goals are constantly being served by the actor and his beautiful daughter, Ayamah. Although her mother’s identity is still a mystery, Junior is civil enough to co-parent her daughter with her.
Junior Singo has always been low-key about his dating life. However, at the moment, Junior Singo is in a relationship with beautiful Lusanda Mtongana, and the couple is always posting photos and serving some couple goals.
His rise to prominence is attributed to his mother who is an art director. With her support, the actor landed his famous role as Themba on the TV series “Hopeville,” Savanna News reports.
He won the Best Actor Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California and the Monaco International Film Festival Best Newcomer Award for his role in the film, Beat the Drum.
Junior Singo has been on the screens from a young age, but unlike many, he is still fresh in the industry and has become a household name in South Africa.
Apart from acting, Junior has a craze for music.