South African movie actors died when they were 58

Here are 2 famous actors from South Africa died at 58:

Henry Cele

Henry Cele (January 30, 1949 Durban-November 2, 2007 Durban) was a South African actor and soccer player.

He is best known for his role as Shaka Zulu in the 1986 television series of the same name, for which he received critical acclaim and worldwide recognition. Cele's acting career spanned three decades and he appeared in several films and television series such as "The Ghost and the Darkness" and "Roots". Prior to his acting career, he was also a professional soccer player and played for the team AmaZulu. Cele was an advocate for social justice and worked with various organizations to fight against apartheid in South Africa. He passed away in 2007 at the age of 58 due to complications from diabetes.

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Bill Flynn

Bill Flynn (December 13, 1948 Cape Town-July 11, 2007 Johannesburg) a.k.a. William Frederick Flynn, William "Bill" Flynn or William Flynn was a South African actor and comedian.

He died in myocardial infarction.

Flynn was best known for his role as Horatio in the 1970s South African TV series "Oscar in Asblikfontein". He began his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1970s and later transitioned into acting. He appeared in various South African TV shows and movies, including "The Gods Must Be Crazy II" and "Paljas". In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Flynn was also a political activist and staunch opponent of apartheid. He was a member of the United Democratic Front and participated in various anti-apartheid protests and campaigns. Flynn was married to actress, writer, and director Michele Burgers until his death in 2007, and the couple had three children together.

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