Full / Real Name: Tumelo Enoch Matila
Born: 23 March 1992 (29 years old)
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Tumi Matila is a South African standup comedian and actor best known for his starring role as city-slicker "SK" Skhindi in the second season of the SABC1 sitcom Single Guys.
It was his first television acting role, having previously been featured on Comedy Central and the SABC2 documentary series Ba Kae?.
He also goes under the stage names Jumaima and Tumi Stopnonsons.
Meet the Khambules - Season 1
Supporting Cast (as Tumelo "Stopnonsons" Matila)
Mzansi Comedy Nights - Season 2
Guest Comedian (as Stopnonsons)
Mzansi Comedy Nights - Season 3
Single Galz - Season 2
SK (as Tumi "Stopnonsons" Matila)
Single Guyz - Season 2
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