Siphesihle Ndaba is a beautiful and talented upcoming actress in South Africa. She has already won the hearts of many with her debut TV role on Gomora. She portrays the character of Mazet on the show. Since her days in college, she was involved in stage acting and even directed a play called "Skinned" at the 2018, Grahamstown National Arts Festival.
The beautiful Gomora actress says she became the character that she is today, because of two great women in her life, her mother and US media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Siphesihle Ndaba was born on the 4th of August 1997, in Soweto, where she grew up with her grandmother and her single mother. Her mother has other two sons, she is the only girl. Siphesihle's dad has other children, from her dad's side she has a total of 18 siblings.
Siphesihle's father's name is not known as she has not shared much information about him. She regards her mother as her best friend and her role model.
The actress studied at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy For Girls, from grade 10 to matric. Since her family was not stable financially, her single mom got subsidies from the government to keep her and her two brothers in school.
She later went on to study Bachelor of Social Science degree with a triple major in psychology, economics and drama at Rhodes University. She graduated in 2019, with an honours degree in dramatic arts, specializing in acting, physical theatre and applied theatre with the dream of becoming a drama therapist.
She had plans of enrolling for a master's degree in arts management but then landed a role on Gomora TV series. Before the show, she tried her hands on a number of things. The actress used to play the trumpet at her church and she later started playing the trombone of the jazz band, while studying at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy.
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