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Pallance Dladla is a South African actor. He has received multiple awards and nominations, including the SAFTA Award. Dladla first gained recognition as a runner-up on the second season of Class Act. He lost to eventual winners Abdul Khoza and Tumie Ngumla, whom he later would work with in the SABC1 drama series Tempy Pusha.
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Dladla was born in the Johannesburg, Gauteng province of South Africa. He was raised in the township of Soweto. Dladla grew up without his father and was raised by his grandfather. According to Dladla his grandfather named him “Pallance” after his favourite actor, Jack Palance. He attended Parktown Boys’ High School in Wellington Road near Park town Mansion.
Dladla developed a love for acting at a young age. In 2010 he participated in the Milk and Bread nationwide DALRO scholarship competition, where his self-penned play was a runner up. While at school, Dladla won the Parktown Boys High Original Script Award along with the Best Actor Award.Dladla went on to win the Most Prestigious Best Actor Award in the ACT/DALRO/Nedbank Scholarships Development.
In 2019, Dladla starred in the Netflix thriller series Shadow as title character Shadrach “Shadow” Khumalo. Fellow cast members include Amanda Du-Pont, Khathu Ramabulana, and Tumie Ngumla. Shadow was Netflix’s first South African original series and it premiered on 8 March 2019.
Pallance Dladla Net Worth
Pallance Dladla net worth is estimated at $2 million. Dladla enjoys dancing and watching movies in his spare time. His favorite movies include Scarface, Training Day and Mean Streets. Dladla has cited Al Pacino, Denzel Washington, and Johnny Depp as his favorite actors. Dladla is friends with Sdumo Mtshali, with whom he starred in Tempy Pushas, IsiBaya, iNumber Number and Hard to Get.
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