Michelle Mosalakae "Kamina" from The Queen shows off her beauty
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Michelle Mosalakae (born 14 September 1994), is a South African actress, writer and theatre director.
Michelle Mosalakae was born in Mabopane, north of Pretoria and raised by her mother Sarah. She developed her love of acting at an early age. As a young girl, she would act for her family and friends. She attended St. Mary's Diocesan school, Pretoria.
After matriculating, she went onto attend Rhodes University, Grahamstown where she graduated with a degree in English, achieving honours in acting, directing and applied drama
In 2017, she landed the role of Zakithi a young traditional healer on Mzansi magic's primetime TV drama Isibaya. Due to her performance on Isibaya, she was nominated for Rising star in the 2017 DStv Mzansi Viewer's Choice Awards. Michelle also landed a role on Mzansi magic's telenovela The Queen and she was portrayed as Kamina.
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