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The structural similarities between Sdumo Mtshali and his family left many talking

Sdumo Mtshali left his fan talking after his posted family picture of his social media accounts.

Sdumo Mtshali is a South African actor who was born in Durban, South Africa, on March 3rd, 1983. After winning the inaugural season of SABC1's reality show Class Act in 2010, he became well-known. Sdumo had always aspired to be an actor, and while studying theater, he had a background in theatre and acting in productions.

He is a multi-award-winning actor who has been in films and television shows such as Isibaya, iNumber Number, and Is'thunzi, among others. For his parts on iNumber Number and Mzansi Magic's smash drama series, Is'thunzi, he won a (South African Film and Television Awards) Golden Horn.

The role he played on iSibaya Nomzamo Mbatha's husband has made him very popular and created a huge fan base for him, their made their character role so real that people couldn't even get enough of then on screen.

Yesterday the actor posted a picture of his family on social media, with the aim of showing his fans the unity and love that exists between him and his family,People were amazed when they saw a picture of his parents and siblings, because they all looked the alike.

People couldn't even control themselves they heard on to the comments section to express their views on the similarities between them Especially, which is his sister, mother and his brother.

People noticed that the actor share a very strong structural similarities with his family members and they were all surprised,it is now clear that Sdumo got the look from both his parents especially his mother.

The resemblance between made it easier for fans to identify his mother without his even telling them that the lady on that picture was his mother as well as his other siblings and dad.

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