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Craig Palm

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Craig Palm is a South African actor best known for his television roles as the gangster Angel on Yizo Yizo 3 (2004) and as Sting on Zone 14, from 2005-2008.

In 2009 he played Lukas in the racing film Race-ist, which premiered at Nu Metro in December 2009. Other films he has appeared in include Max and Mona, The Flyer, Tsotsi, Triomf, The Bang Bang Club and Safe House.

Craig has also acted in a number of soapies including Generations, Backstage and Rhythm City. He also had a supporting role in the comedy-drama television series Izoso Connexion, in 2007.


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