Tango Ncetezo is a South African actress who plays Paulina on the The River. Paulina has stolen the hearts of The River viewers everywhere. The beautiful shebeen queen who gets her makeup wrong most of the time and is absurdly in love with a gangster, Cobra played by Presley Chweneyagae.
Tango pulls off the character really well! Surprisingly or not surprisingly, Tango (36) is the absolute opposite of her character on The River.
Tango Ncetezo v/s Paulina, The River.
While Paulina on The River is the shebeen queen, the life of the party, the vibe, Tango is the absolute opposite. She would rather stay at home and read a book than be the life of the party.
Unlike Paulina, Tango gets her makeup. The River actress is a beauty that takes great care in her looks. None of the blue lipstick and bright coloured weaves Paulina loves, clearly the makeup department got the brief.
Tango loves her natural hair hairstyles and stunning makeup. The Paulina make reflect her character, the loud shebeen queen while Tango's makeup reflects her personality as well, subtle.
While Paulina is loud and extroverted, Tango is shy and is not a social butterfly. The actress says she never thought she would ever be an actress because of how she is. It took her a while to ease onto the screen.
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