Sneha Girap (Editor)

Leon Schuster

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Other names  Schucks
Years active  1975–present

Name  Leon Schuster
Siblings  Ottoh L Schuster
Leon Schuster Slapstick comedian Leon Schuster retires Rekord East
Full Name  Leon Ernest Schuster
Born  21 May 1951 (age 64) (1951-05-21) Vereeniging, South Africa
Residence  Johannesburg, South Africa
Website  http://www.schuks.co.za/
Role  Filmmaker · leonschuster.com
Spouse  Lalie Schuster (m. ?–1999)
Movies  Schuks Tshabalala's Survival, Mad Buddies, Oh Schucks It's Schust, Mr Bones, Oh Schuks I'm Gatvol

Schuks tshabalala snake prank leon schuster


Leon Ernest "Schuks" Schuster (born 21 May 1951) is a South African filmmaker, comedian, actor, presenter and singer.

Contents

Leon Schuster httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu

Leon schuster invalid drivers license the movie


Early life

Leon Schuster httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommons22

Schuster was drawn to the filmmaking process at an early age. As child he and his brother Ottoh L would play practical jokes on his family and film these.

Leon Schuster Leon Schuster South African Memorabilia Store

Schuster went to Hoërskool Jim Fouché in Bloemfontein, then studied for a BA degree at the University of the Orange Free State, where he played rugby for the first team. He returned to Jim Fouché as a teacher for two years.

Career

Leon Schuster Leon Schuster SchuksSchuster Twitter

Schuster began working for the South African Broadcasting Corporation. During his time at the SABC, he created the Afrikaans radio series Vrypostige Mikrofoon with Fanus Rautenbach – which involved disguising his voice and playing phone pranks on unsuspecting victims.

Music

Leon Schuster Leon Schuster SchuksSchuster Twitter

In 1982, he was approached by Decibel Records to compile a series of sports songs and his first record, Leon Schuster, sold 10,000 units. His second album, Broekskeur, sold in excess of 40,000 units and this was followed by Briekdans and Leon Schuster – 20 Treffers, which sold more than 270,000 copies.

Leon Schuster Leon Schuster Net Worth Bio 2017 Wiki REVISED Richest Celebrities

His hit CD Hier Kom Die Bokke garnered an FNB Sama Music Award for Biggest Selling CD of 1995. His following CD, Gatvol in Paradise, sold in more than 125,000 units and gave rise to the unofficial Gauteng anthem, "Gautengeling".

Film

Leon Schuster 10 Leon schuster Pinterest

Schuster's first feature, You Must Be Joking!, produced in collaboration with Johan Scholtz and Elmo de Witt, became popular with South African audiences and it gave rise to the sequel You Must be Joking! Too.

These films were candid camera sketches and Schuster made many more of these films as well as slap-stick films, including Mr Bones, his most successful film, which earned more than R33 million at the South African box office.

On 16 September 2011 it was reported that Schuster's next movie would be partly financed by the Walt Disney Company, which would also handle distribution and marketing.

In 2012, Schuster starred opposite funnyman Kenneth Nkosi in Mad Buddies and the film was very successful at the South African Box office

Public image

Schuster is well-respected and admired in South Africa. Some even dub him as the best comedian South Africa has produced. He was rated at number #43 in SABC's greatest South Africans poll for his comedic work and creating a new South Africa.

Albums

  • Leon Schuster (1982)
  • Broekskeur (1983)
  • Waar En Wolhaar (1983)
  • Briekdans (1984)
  • Rugby (1985)
  • You Must Be Joking! (1986)
  • Dasiefoutie (1988)
  • "Shakin" Schuster En Sy Opkikkers (1992)
  • Hie' Kommie Bokke (1995)
  • Gautvol In Paradise (1997)
  • Die Vrypostige Mikrofoon, Volume 1 (1998)
  • Die Vrypostige Mikrofoon, Volume 2 (1998)
  • Baas Funny Plaas (1999)
  • My Beste Jare (2001)
  • Groen, Goud En White (2002)
  • Catchup Song And Every Cricket Hit (2003)
  • Oh Schuks... I'm Gatvol (2004)
  • Op Dun Eish (2006)
  • Dra Die Bok (2008)
  • My Mates - Die Bokke
  • References

    Leon Schuster Wikipedia


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L