Zonke Mchunu is a South African actress and dancer who is 27 years old. She was born on October 12, 1993, in Maphumulo village, Stanger, in the KwaZulu Natal province. Siziwe Ntombizonke Mchunu is her full name. Her mother, who worked as a maid at Zonke's former high school, raised her. Her father died when she was 11 years old, and she has four older sisters and one younger brother.
She went to Berea Tech after Matric to study Civil Engineering, but she couldn't finish due to financial difficulties at home. She applied to Durban University of Technology (DUT) for financial help and was accepted for theater. As a result, she majored in theatre and drama. She also believes that the training, which included screenplay writing, music, and stage makeup, enabled her to develop communication skills.
Zonke Mchunu grew up preferring to dance over acting. Jika Majika and Sarafina were her favorite dancers, and she wished she could dance like them. She believes that dance can help her heal. Miss Mchunu, the Muvhango actress, began appearing as an extra on SABC1's Uzalo. On Uzalo, Zonke performed in the choir as a singer.
Euphemia LatiQue "Tika" Sumpter is an American actress, singer, producer, television personality, and model who was born on June 20, 1980. Sumpter began her career as the host of The N's reality show Best Friend's Date (2004–2005). She earned the character of Layla Williamson in the ABC daytime serial opera One Life to Live in 2005, and she remained in the role until 2010. In the same year, Sumpter made her film debut in the musical drama Stomp the Yard: Homecoming, in which she played the lead female part.
Sumpter got her start modeling in ads for Hewlett-Packard and Liz Claiborne's Curve fragrances. Prior to acting, she worked as a waiter. She co-hosted the reality series Best Friend's Date in 2004, which aired on Nickelodeon's defunct cable channel The N, now known as TeenNick. She earned the part of Layla Williamson in the ABC daytime serial drama One Life to Live the following year.
A lot of people who have seen Imani from Muvhango and Tika Sumpter have said the two look alike. Do they really look alike?
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