08 May Winston McKenzie lands part in TV comedy series
There might just be a few things Winston McKenzie can’t do, taking time out of the political world and his recently found love for jazz music the former CBB star has landed a role in a TV comedy series.
McKenzie landed a role in black comedy Credenhill, which is sort of modern day Dad’s Army, produced in SAS combat uniform. A pilot episode of the upcoming flick has been produced and is now available for viewing.
The 63year old is not showing signs of slowing down as he appears towards the end of the pilot episode holding hostages, as part of his role General Badoo.
McKenzie told us “I am delighted to be working in the company of renowned actor Edward Shaw Wentworth, my sincere thanks also to film director Pamela Naidoo,I am elated.
“I guess in showbiz you’ve either got it or you haven’t, I am a believer in self worth, and confident I can give of my best, they say “You can’t please all of the people all of the time” but you can please some of the people some of the time”