Themba Ntuli is a South African popular actor who has not been appearing much on the television screen for a couple of years.
One of the things that people in South Africa normally talks about when they see Themba Ntuli is his age.
People wonder how old exactly is Themba Ntuli. Well, the actor is actually 32 years old now. He celebrated his 32nd birthday two months ago, it was on the 7th of March.
He definitely looks much younger than his age. Well, that is because of the disease he is suffering from.
He was born at Ekurhuleni. He also grew up in the areas.
In his career of acting, he appeared in many shows including Ntunjambili: The twin cave. That show played in the morning almost every weekdays.
The 32-year old also played in Lokshin biskops.
Themba Ntuli also got married few years ago to a beautiful women.
See his pictures below:
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