From the Samoan villages of Salelologa, Sasina and Vailele, 31 year-old Fiaula is the youngest of seven brothers and one sister. He works as a carpenter and Saili in The Orator is his first acting role. The Orator received a special mention in the Orrizonti (Horizons) section of the 68th Venice Film Festival.

Accolades

Fa’Afiaula Sagote
Best Actor, 2011

Fa’Afiaula Sagote

Best Actor, 2011

Fa’Afiaula Sagote

The Orator (O Le Tulafale)

From the Samoan villages of Salelologa, Sasina and Vailele, 31 year-old Fiaula is the youngest of seven brothers and one sister. He works as a…

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