Congratulations are in order for Skeemsaam's actress known for dealing with anything and everything that stands in her way without thinking twice as she has bagged a new role on a new show coming soon.
Amanda du-Pont is a South African media personality but was born in Swaziland. Amanda is another jack of many trades in the entertainment industry. She is an actress, host, business woman and more. Amanda du-Pont is popular known from Skeemsaam whereby she plays the character of Nompumelelo Mthiyane who is always chasing other people's belongings. Amanda du-Pont has bagged herself a new role on a new show coming on Netflix.
du-Pont's new role was revelaed by her new colleague being another Mzansi media personality, Nkosinathi Maphalala known as Nay Maps. Maps together with Amanda du-Pont will be part of the characters of Netflix's new show called Little Big Mouth which is expected to air late this month.
Amanda du-Pont has not yet revealed anything in relation to the character that she will play but her new colleague, Nay Maps took to social media sharing a picture of them on a new show coming soon.
"Little Big Mouth. A brand new Netflix film coming to you pm this 22 October 2021. Check out the trailer and preview on Netflix",he said on Instagram.
du-Pont is one of the best actresses on Skeemsaam. She is the reason why many continue to watch the show while others complain about certain storylines. Amanda DuPont as an actress is able to switch to any character given to her. On Skeemsaam, she has successfully been able to play the character of an angel who wants people to sympathize with her and also the character of a dangerous woman who one would not want to mess with. Through her ability to successfully play different characters and excellent acting skills, Amanda du-Pont continues to succeed keeping viewers glued up on television screens and there is no doubt that she will continue to do so even with her new role.
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