Full/Real Name: Thobekile Mkhwanazi
Conceived: 19 December 1983 (37 years of age as of 2020)
Sexual orientation: Female
Thobi Mkhwanazi is a South African on-screen character and voice craftsman most popular for her driving TV jobs as Coco on the e.tv soapie Backstage in 2004, and as cheeky columnist Yolisa in the Zulu show arrangement Mtunzini.com, from 2006-2009.
Mkhwanazi was brought up in Soweto and burned through a large portion of her youth in Pimville.
She was conceived on December 19, 1983 at Mary Mount medical clinic and was raised by two guardians. Her mom was a medical caretaker and her dad a protection merchant.
She has a senior sister (who is presently a film maker) and a more youthful sibling (who's in multi-media).
Mkhwanazi originated from an incredibly aesthetic family and says she and her kin were made to watch fascinating plays and masterful motion pictures. They likewise delighted in incredible introduction to writing as kids.
Thobi was found by a kids' organization (Professional Kids) at 9 years old thus started an actual existence in the emotional expressions.
By age 11 she was thrown in her first TV program, Galooby And The Gang, which she caught up with the youngsters' instructive show Word Power.
Her greatest break was on a pre-high schooler magazine program called X-Attitude, on which she was the grapple moderator for a long time. She met various popular figures, for example, Jean Claude Van Damme, Will Smith and previous South African president Nelson Mandela.
She additionally took an interest in the UNICEF world kids' culmination in France in 1997.
In 1997 she additionally showed up in a made-for-TV film entitled The Place of Lions, coordinated by British chief Audrey Cooke and featuring Miriam Margolyes, Guy Edwards, Hugh Laurie and Patrick Shai.
In 1999 she joined the National School of the Arts, where she exceeded expectations with qualifications in Speech and Drama, History of Costume, Literature and Theater in her last matric year.
Her TV acting presentation was on the SABC3 soapie Isidingo in 1999, in which she played Parsons' over the top sweetheart Thoko.
In 2003 she played the lead character of Coco on Backstage and around the same time introduced the YOTV child's show Real Deal on SABC1. She followed that with a spell on the SABC1 soapie Generations as Donna - a primma donna of a performer.
In 2005 she was given a role as the lead in her first Zulu show arrangement, Mtunzini.com. The arrangement started broadcasting in January 2006 and she kept on assuming the job in the third season, which ran from November 2008 to February 2009.
In spite of her screen achievements she likewise considered Public Relations and Media Studies and is as of now running her own PR organization called SAGGIRL7.
Thobi is additionally a dramatization instructor and fundamental abilities facilitator on low maintenance premise.
Behind the stage - Season 1
Ages - Season 1
Isidingo - Season 1
Mtunzini.com - Season 1
Mtunzini.com - Season 2
Mtunzini.com - Season 3
Soul Buddyz - Season 2
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