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Tracy from Generations The Legacy Pictures: Then vs Now

Tracy from Generations The Legacy Pictures: Then vs Now

Zizipho Buti is a South African actress who plays the role of Tracy on SABC Drama Generations The Legacy. She debuted acting in her starring role as Pinkie in the Mzansi Magic drama series Nkululeko which was her first credited screen role.

Zizipho Buti is a charismatic young actress who graduated from the University of Cape Town with a National Diploma in Theatre and Performance.

After many auditions, the 26-year-old from Cape Town landed the role of Tracy on Generations: The Legacy in 2020.

She started off as a guest artist and was promoted to lead actress in 2021. Her character, Tracy is a former sex worker who recently found out that she is HIV positive.

Nnekwa boasts of a successful career that stretches back to the late 1990s. Importantly, he has been consistent in the field, proving his worth. It all began on SBAC2, and now he is making big moves in the scene staring in notable films. Nnekwa Tsajwa bio highlights all you need to know about his personal life and career journey.

The actress, who stole Mzansi's hearts as Pinky on Mzansi Magic's Nkululeko, bagged the role of Tracy on Generations and said the learning she's done since the day she said yes has been amazing.

On her official Instagram page, the star showed her fans a glimpse of what she looked like as a child. Below she captioned, "Where it all started..." Her followers went on to give her comments on how cute she was as a child. Now that she is all grown up, she is still glowing.

Zizipho Buti is an inspiration to all the young and upcoming actresses across South Africa. She has grown to become an accomplished figure in the film industry, and we wish her all the best in her endeavours.

Zizipho comments on Acting

“Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.” _ Meryl Streep (I read this quote almost every time I engage with the script). Today I received a voice note from my former lecturer from UCT which was “feedback”. I can’t explain what it means to me when people appreciate my work and effort.


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