Natasha Thahane is a South African actress famous for her acting roles in Skeem Saam, The Queen and Lockdown. She has also acted eKasi, Galz and Saints and Sinners. She is very active on social media with her Twitter account boasting over 1.3 million followers.
Natasha Thahane is 25 years old as of 2020. She was born on 25 September 1995
Natasha Thahane graduated with a degree in Accounting from Wits University.
She attended her secondary education at Milnerton High School in Cape Town. Natasha is also a graduate of New York Film Academy which she pursued after already starting her acting career. She left her role in The Queen to go United States of America for the training.
Natasha Thahane is the granddaughter of famous anti-apartheid activist Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Her father Trevor Thamsanqa Tutu is the son of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Her mother is Nomaswazi Mamakoko. She has got two siblings, a sister Molemo Thahane and a brother Sthembiso Khoza.
Tshenolo Seabi is a South African actress and television presenter best known as a field presenter on the SABC1 variety show Selimathunzi, joining the show in October 2015.
She was born on 3 April 1995.
Having had a few cameos in the e.tv anthology series eKasi: Our Stories, she landed her first starring acting role in the Mzansi Magic telenovela Isithembiso in 2017, playing Palesa Kunene, a spoilt daddy's girl. The show premiered on her birthday, 3 April.
She is also known as a field presenter on the SABC 1 variety show Selimathunzi.
She currently plays the role of Seipati on Scandal!
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