Sal Masekela Movies and Career Information

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Aug 28, 1971
South Africa

Selema Mabena "Sal" Masekela (born August 28, 1971) is an American television host, sports commentator, actor, and singer. Sal is the son of the South African jazz musician Hugh Masekela, and the older half-brother of Survivor: Cook Islands contestant Nathan Gonzalez. He is of South African and Haitian descent and was raised in Staten Island, New York and Carlsbad, California, where he attended Carlsbad High School. Sal is the co-founder of Berkela Motion Pictures with Jason Bergh. His career began as the receptionist/intern at Transworld Publications in 1992, home of TW Snow, TW Skateboarding and TW Surf magazines. An avid surfer, skateboarder and snowboarder, he is described by some as the face and voice of action sports. He served as a NBA sideline reporter for ESPN during the 2003-2004 season. Sal Masekela was co-host of The Daily 10, a countdown of the day's "top 10" entertainment stories, on the E! network until it was cancelled on Sept 27, 2010 (last show Oct 1, 2010). He is also host of both the X Games and Winter X Games on ESPN. In 2007, Masekela played the role of himself as the "SPEN announcer" in the animated film Surf's Up. He appears in the "Green" episode of Yo

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