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Uzalo’s actress Madongwe ‘Zama Magubane’ real age shocks Mzansi

Uzalo’s actress Madongwe ‘Zama Magubane’ real age shocks Mzansi

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She may be one of the most underappreciated actors on Uzalo, but she is the one with the plug. We can all agree that she knows how to perform admirably in her motherly capacity. Since she was thrown into the public eye, she has been the subject of numerous articles and news stories.

Zama Magubane is a South African actress who is best known for her role as Madongwe in the television series Uzalo. On Uzalo, on the other hand, she portrays the on-screen figure of Lily's mother.

Did you know she is a married woman and that she has children? Yes, she is married to Mr. Msibi, and they are the parents of three children. What do you believe her age should be?

The cheerful actress was born on June 18th, 1983, in Los Angeles, California. She, on the other hand, is 38 years old. Prior to her Uzalo appearance, she worked as a broadcaster on SABC 3 in 2010, after which she starred in the television series Isehlukaniso (2018).

Her big break came when she landed a role on the television show Intersections. She did appear in the film as a nurse, although she was only an extra. She, on the other hand, did not despise those who came from low beginnings. She came to the realization that if you want to be successful, you must start small and work your way up.

As a child, I was able to convince myself that I had skills since I enjoyed acting, but I was still skeptical until I attended Russell High School. "As soon as I got there, I continued with my acting lessons until one of my professors informed me that I had a tremendous skill that I should pursue," she explained. "I was ecstatic to hear this since it encouraged me to pursue my dream."

Zama claims that after trying her luck with Uzalo, she simply knew that she would receive a call. However, the call did not arrive for more than two days, and her optimism was nearly dashed. However, the call did arrive, and the rest is history.

The interview went well and my eyes never left the phone because I was expecting them to call me. However, I waited for two days, which disappointed me and convinced me that I had failed. "Two days later, I received a phone call telling me to bring my picture and confirmation of something I had previously copied. At that point, I didn't tell myself that I had actually discovered the location of the building. "However, when I arrived, I was handed the documents and instructed to begin reading my lines," she explained. 


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