Zane Meas is a South African actor best known for his role as the lead in the early 90s rugby drama The Game and as Jack van Onselen in the soapie Isidingo.
Meas has appeared in numerous stage, television, film and radio productions.
During his studies at The University of the Witwatersrand he toured France, Scotland and the Netherlands with the musical Sophiatown; thereafter, the lead role in the rugby series The Game made him a household name.
Stage productions include Big Boys, (for which he won the first of his many awards), Paul Slabolepszy's Mooi Street Moves and Athol Fugard's The Blood Knot.
He has appeared in leads in numerous television productions, including Interrogation Room and the Afrikaans soapie 7de Laan.
Zane's film credits include Ernest Goes To Africa; Tarzan and the Lost City; Africa; More Vis; Shadowchaser; A Case of Murder; The All New Adventures of Laurel & Hardy in 'For Love or Mummy'; and Forgiveness.
Zane has starred in both of South Africa's first ever indigenous Afrikaans musicals, playing the title role of the 18th century slave in Antjie Somers followed by the lead in Vere, a musical about ostrich farming in the Eastern Cape.
He plays the role of Toks in the SABC3 comedy series On the Couch, since October 2008.