Business Role Player and Facilitator, Actor
Zane Meas has extensive experience in the corporate field, and is an accomplished Role Player, working with Performance Role Play Training. He has role played with ABSA, Barclays, MTN, Liberty, Citibank and DukeCE amongst others. He has a great ability to refocus delegates into understanding their impact and what they need to do in order to shift behaviours for maximum impact.
Zane Meas has been an actor for the past 31 years and has appeared in numerous stage, television, film and radio productions. He is best known as the rugby hero, Mackie, from the television series “The Game”, Mr. Botha in “Molo Fish” and as Jack van Onselen in the TV soap ‘Isidingo’. Zane was recently seen as ‘Neville Meintjies’ in the popular daily drama ‘7de Laan’ on SABC2 and in “Sober Companion” on SABC3. He is currently Wesley Thompson on Scandal.
Zane established The Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa in 2006 and speaks throughout the country on the effects of fatherlessness. He has addressed more than 700 seminars across the country on fatherhood and has reached out to thousands of people with this message. His speaking engagements have seen him address meetings in all the nine provinces of the country. His presentations on fatherhood have been widely received and continue to garner support from all sectors of the population in the country.
Zane released a music album in Afrikaans entitled ‘Hart van die Vader’ with songs he wrote based on the work he does with men and fathers. It won an ATKV Lier Award for 2009.
Zane has written a book; ‘Daddy, come home’ published by Struik Christian Media which has been in major book stores since the first week of May 2010. He has produced and written a feature film “Father” set in the Cape Flats that was released in March 2013.
He has been married to Megan for 24 years and they have five kids, two dogs and a mortgage.