Even after 3 decades in America Arnold Vosloo still speaks pretty good Afrikaans

South African-born actor Arnold Vosloo, who's been in the American showbiz since the 90s, continues to enjoy Hollywood life after three decades there.

Vosloo is an award winning actor popularly know for his role in the movie The Mummy and The Mummy Returns.

He speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about his acting career and throwing in a bit of Afrikaans proving that he is still proudly South African.

My Afrikaans is still good but whenever I come home my cousins tease me saying "you sound so American" ...

Arnold Vosloo, American actor

Listen to Kieno Kammies speaks to Arnold Vosloo below:


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