Jamie Bartlett Passed Away: Jamie Bartlett Cause Of Death Explained, Early Life, Career And More

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Jamie Bartlett, also known as James Bartlett, was a multi-award-winning South African stage and television actor best known for his roles as TV supervillain Mike O’Reilly in Isidingo on SABC3, David Genaro in Rhythm City on e.tv, and as a judge on SA’s Got Talent on e.tv. He was 55.

eNCA (DStv 403) confirmed his death after speaking with a family member.

Bartlett was born in Maidenhead, England, in 1966 to a South African mother and a British father.

He studied Johannesburg’s St. Stithians Boys College, Cape Town’s Rondebosch High School, and Brynston High School. He went to the University of Cape Town to study speech and acting after graduating from high school.

He went on to do a post-graduate workshop at London’s Chrysalis Theatre Acting School.

His first prominent role was in the 1987 film American Ninja 2: The Confrontation, which was produced in the United States. Since then, he has made several appearances in both foreign and local films, such as Big Game, Blind Justice, In the Name of Blood, The Sandglass People, The Revenger, and American Ninja 4: The Annihilation, and Sweet n Short. Other films include Warhead, Ernest Goes to Africa, the M-Net film The S*xy Girls, Bravo Two Zero

Bartlett was married to actress Camilla Waldman, with whom he had a son, Hector before they divorced.

He was well known for his role as Mike O’Reilly in Isidingo on SABC3, where he made his debut in scene one as the first character to speak in the show.

He then moved on to Rhythm City on e.tv, where he played David Genaro, for which he earned a Safta until the character was killed off in February 2020. He was a judge on SA’s Got Talent on e.tv during the 7th and 8th seasons.

Richard Sterling appeared in the second series of BET’s (DStv 129) Black Tax and Family Secrets, as well as a role in Jozi-H. He also played Miles Wilson in the 1996 television series Homeland and Dickie in the film Screen Two.

Bartlett did much of his theatre work at the Market Theatre, where he won a Vita Award for Most Promising Actor for his performance as a gay boxer in 1986’s Cock and Bull Story.

He won the Vita Best Actor Award for his Market Theatre part in the farce East a year later, in 1987, and then featured in Rainshark at the Market Theatre in 1990.

He visited Switzerland with The Fire Raisers and played the lead in The Great Outdoors. In 2011, he returned to the Market Theatre as a 60-something history teacher in Death of a Colonialist, for which he won the Naledi Theatre Prize for Excellence Performance by an Artist in a Lead Role.

Social media has been inundated with tributes to Bartlett following his passing.

Somizi, an actor, choreographer, and media figure, posted on Instagram: “And then last night was to be our final night together. I even teased you for greeting every single individual, including the kitchen crew. Jamie, your spirit bid you farewell.”

Jamie bartlett Early Life, Career, Profession

Jamie Bartlett was born in the English town of Maidenhead on July 9, 1966. He was 55 at the time. He was a South African actor of British descent. He was also known for his stage work and his part as the evil puppet master David Genaro in Rhythm City. Prior to acting in Rhythm City, Jamie was a well-known and multi-faceted South African actor.

In 2007, he began portraying the character of David Genaro. In 1997, he appeared in the action MNET TV movie The Sexy Girls. He also appeared as a guest star in the South African-Canadian television series Jozi-H, a hospital drama set in Johannesburg.

Along with Shadow Twala and DJ Fresh, he was a judge on SA’s Got Talent. Jamie played Dirk Hendricks, a local police officer, opposite Hilary Swank in the film directed by Academy Award-winning director Tom Hooper.

He starred in the film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, which was based on Nelson Mandela’s book Long Walk to Freedom, which was published in 1994. Sergeant James Gregory was Bartlett’s supporting role in the film.

Jamie bartlett Cause Of Death

A former member of the cast of Rhythm City has passed away. He was 55. eNCA met with a family member on Monday evening, who verified Bartlett’s death. Bartlett received three Safta Awards for his performance as David Genaro on eTV’s Rhythm City.

James Bartlett portrayed David Genaro, the evil puppet master, in the African television drama Rhythm City. The show was also broadcast in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Cameroon, Malawi, and Ghana.

It is unknown how the father of one died at this time; but, his family is expected to reveal additional details soon.

Jamie bartlett’s Net Worth

Jamie Bartlett was born in the English town of Maidenhead on July 9, 1966. He was 55 at the time. His estimated net worth is $15 million. His height is approximately 6’0 inches. His ancestry is unknown.

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