Sifiso made his professional theatre debut in 2011 at the Wits Downstairs Theatre and the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown playing David Levitt in Anthony Akerman’s Somewhere on the Border which went on to run at the Market Theatre in Johannseburg and toured to the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town early 2012.

Later that year he was cast as Moby in Craig Higginson’s Little Foot, which toured to the Grahamstown Main Festival. As a professional actor he has played on international stages in Boston (USA), Perth (AUS) and Brighton (UK) the Market Theatre Main stage twice, as well as The Baxter Theatre and National Arts Festival Main stage.

He has performed stand-up comedy at the top venues in Cape Town (Jou Ma se Comedy Club and Armchair Sundays) as well as Johannesburg (Parkers, Montecasino and The Box Comedy presented by GOLIATH&GOLIATH). After only 10 months of comedy he won the Comedy Central Open Mic competition and a spot in the Best of the Best Parkers Presents… alongside Barry Hilton, Stuart Taylor, Conrad Koch and Joe Parker. Glen recently opened for Oliver Booth’s one man show in Grahamstown which got great responses.



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Siyabonga Radebe (also known in comedy circles as Siya B) is a South African actor, singer, writer, director and standup comedian best known for his role as Cassius in the SABC1 drama series A Place Called Home, from 2006-2009.

He is also known for his role as Boboza, a troubled musician who commits suicide, on the soapie Rhythm City, in 2010.

GRIFF has wanted to be a comedian since he was three years old where his mother use to set up the seniors in The Convalescent Homes where she worked, in an audience typesetting and let her son make sleeping and comatose old people laugh. So after working the Geriatric Circuit for a couple of summers his destiny was settled. Since then, that little funny boy with the faith of a PLANET has made a name for himself as one of the leading comedians and On-Air Personalities in the Country by headlining across North America (including Canada), New Zealand, The U.K. and Africa.

With his quick wit and unsurpassed knowledge for sports news, “GRIFF” took sports took sports to the ‘next level’ with his comedic twist on athletes and their stories. In 1999 he received Georgia’s Sportcaster of the Year Award and in 2004 “Street Skillz”, a program he provided the color commentary for was nominated for an EMMY.

Ultimately, GRIFF is a Comedian, an On-Air Personality, an Author, an Actor, a Motivational Speaker, a Daddy, an EMMY nominated Sportscaster and a man who puts Jesus Christ ahead of all men all wrapped into one.