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Reginald Hufkie

Born: 28 April 1992 (27 years old)
Gender: Male

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Reginald Hufkie is a South African actor and singer best known for his recurring role as Luke on the SABC1 soapie Generations.

He received training in Gilbert and Sullivan from Robyn Williams and Ian Von Memerty in 2011; was a member of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Drama Company from 2012-2014 (where he trained under Alby Michaels and Motladji); received Choir training from Nqobile Sibeko and achieved a Management Diploma from UJ.

Theatre productions include Fiela's Child: The Musical, Metaphorically Speaking, SA Shorts and Marat/Sade. He also appeared in the short film Cowboy Dan.

Reginald made his television acting debut in an episode of the SABC1 sitcom Single Galz, in 2014. Later that year he had another cameo role, this time in the SABC1 drama series Kowethu.

He later had minor roles in the SABC2 soapie 7de Laan and the SABC3 soapie High Rollers.

In 2017 he played the recurring role of Lem in the SABC2 drama series Swartwater, making his first appearance in the Season 2 premiere (which aired on 14 March, 2017).

The following year he appeared in the miniseries Liberty.

2019 was his breakout year in television, beginning with the recurring role of Luke on the SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy, making his first appearance in 12 April, 2019.

He followed this up with a guest starring role on the kykNET supernatural crime series Die Spreeus, appearing in Season 1, Episode 12 (which aired on 25 June).

Later that year he landed his first starring role in television in the kykNET sitcom Huis Lelieveld as Spanner Proes, a factotum with an interesting life away from the retirement village. The series debuted on 30 October, 2019.


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