Gog’ Flo’s Generations salary and real age revealed

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indafrica May 11, 2022
Updated 2022/05/11 at 1:39 PM

She has been dupped as one of Mzansi’s finest. We can all agree that she has proven that age is just a number with her unmatched acting in recent years. Recently she saw herself trending after she was recently reported as one of the few star actresses who are still nailing it at the age of 80-years-old.

There is more to Generations actress Gog’ Flo than we thought. Ivy Nkutha is a South African actress best known as Gog’ Flo on Generations The Legacy.

Of interest, she might not have been wowing our small screen if it was not about her grandaughter’s influence that compelled her to venture into acting. Success always comes when least expected, and the actress is living proof of that.

The seasoned actress was born on 20 August 1941, Alexandra, South Africa. She holds a diploma in Nursing, and she graduated from St. Thomas Training Institution.

She later joins corporate nursing at the Westrand Administration Board. The seasoned actress later switches the floor to a marketing organisation.

Years later, she joined a dental care school as a dental educator. She once openly indicated that her grandaughter Noluthando Maleka influenced her acting career. Noluthando Maleka is best known as Dudu on Yizo Yizo.

“When Noluthando went to her first audition for a Stork margarine advert, she was three years old, and I remember accompanying her. I never wanted to be an actress, and I knew nothing about acting,” she says.

“When I went with her to the set of Soul City, the director asked me if I could do apart for them. I didn’t hesitate, I did it, and they liked it,” she says.

After being a part of the Soul City cast, the rest was history. Her gig on Soul City thrust her into the limelight. With her acting career spanning for decades, she has been a reckoning force in the entertainment industry.

Gog’ Flo ‘Ivy Nkutha’ salary at Generations shocks Mzansi
After her Soul City gig, she was one of the most sort after actresses. In 1997 she bagged a gig on Muvhango, and she played as Edward Mukwevho’s advisor.

From Muvhango, she joined Isidingo; then, she bagged a gig on City Ses’La. However, her sta was short-lived after she joined and Zabalaza.

Her disastrous exit from Zabalaza saw her making a shocking return on Generations after her first gig. Yes, she was once on Generations, but she appeared on the second most-watched drama series as a guest actress.

Despite her acting career spanning years, the star actress is one of the least paid on the cast. However, despite being the least paid, we can all agree her take-home salary is worth it given her time on scenes.

She is one of the actors who are paid as per call, and for her Gog’ Flo character Ivy is paid a whopping R30 000 per month.

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