Bonnie Mbuli is a Zimbabwean actress who was born in the African country of Zimbabwe.
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Mbuli was born in the South African slum of Soweto in the year 1979, and he is a musician and actor. In Johannesburg, she attended Greenside High School after previously attending the Dominican Convent School in Belgravia, which was located in the city's northern suburbs. At the age of thirteen, she was discovered by an acting agency at a bus stop on her way home from school in 1992, and she was cast in her first television role in the series Viva Families, which premiered the following year.
Following that, he went on to make cameo roles in foreign films such as Born Free 2 and Cave Girls, which further enhanced his filmography. Mbuli went on to anchor a number of magazine programs on television, including Teleschool, Zapmag, Technics Heart of the Beat, and Limits Unlimited, among others. In 2001, she landed a major role in the South African television soap opera Backstage, which was aimed towards young people. Later, she was cast as Portia in the film Gazlam. Following that, he was offered a job as a detective in the Zero Tolerance television series.
Mr Mbuli hosted a talk show on SABC 1 called True-Life. He was also a part of the miniseries Homecoming, and he appeared in two Canadian television shows: Charlie Jade (a science fiction epic) and Scouts Safari (an adventure series set in the African wilderness). She just wrapped up a major role in Home Affairs, a thirteen-part television series chronicling the lives of five very different women, for Penguin Films. Mbuli went on to appear in the dramas Soul City and Hillside, which aired on SABC 1 and SABC 2, respectively. The Philanthropist, which airs on NBC, was her next role after that (later also on SABC 3).
She starred as singer Dolly Radebe in the Danish film Blinded Angels, in which she also played the main role of Drum, a role she shared with her husband. In 2006, she starred as Precious Chamusso in the film Catch a Fire.
Bonnie Mbuli excited about having 2 or more husbands #polyandry | Celeb Gossip News"/>Zindzi Mandela is the character she played in Clint Eastwood's Invictus. The E.tv drama series Rhythm City, the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockville as Dudu, and the E.tv criminal investigative series Traffic are all examples of her work. Mbuli starred as Grace Mthembu, a police officer in the British television series Wallander, which aired in 2015 and starred Sir Kenneth Charles Branagh.
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Mbuli's wife was Sisanda Henna, a well-known actress and television personality. Their union resulted in the birth of two children, one of whom was adopted. Her surname was changed to that of her husband's when he married her. Following their divorce, she went on to write her autobiography, which was published.
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