• 9 July and the beginning of August, we will deliver written and oral submissions to support the Bills that protect the earning rights of actors. If we fail, we will never see meaningful industry transformation in our lifetime. Included will be our petition of OVER 2000 signatures. Make sure it includes YOURS!

  • ALL Actors! We need your voices to be heard.

    We need the world to see and hear that our industry supports transformation. That our industry supports FAIR compensation that INCLUDES actor royalties.

    We need you to record a video message and put it on your online presence! Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. We need all our voices out there under one banner so that when SAGA delivers this message to Parliament, it is a message from all of us.

Jack Devnarain

National Chair
  • Johannesburg
Jack Devnarain

Jack started his acting career in Durban performing on the community theatre circuit while studying Law at the University of Natal.  After graduating in 1993, he served in the Police Service for nine years, performing duties in the Rapid Response and Crime Prevention units, earning commendations for his arrests and convictions.  Jack continued performing in film, TV and stage productions in the course of his career in law enforcement. 

He moved to Johannesburg in 2002 to pursue a career as a professional actor and has since performed in numerous TV and film productions, including the heist action movie 31 million Reasons for which he received a SAFTA nomination as ‘Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film’.  He has received numerous awards for his performances on TV and continues to build on the body of work that has earned him recognition on the African continent and beyond.

A memorable career highlight was being part of the Trek4Mandela group that summited Kilimanjaro on Mandela Day 2015, in an effort to raise funds to support Caring4Girls.  Jack remains committed to building solidarity within the performance industry and has served as a member of the Executive Committee of SAGA since 2010.

Jack regularly assists with charity fund-raising and he remains committed to law enforcement initiatives as an ambassador for Crime Line.

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