Get to know one of Diep City’s most educated actresses Lungile ‘Luyanda Shezi’
No doubt Diep City actress Lungile ‘Luyanda Shezi’ is that fast-rising actress we all love to hate. She has been on our small screens for a few months, but rest be assured she is Mzansi next big thing. She has been likened to the legendary actress Leleti Khumalo, best known for her unmatched talent on Sarafina and her flair on etvs drama series Imbewu: The Seed.
Luyanda Shezi is a fast-rising South African actress best known for her on-screen character as Lungile on Diep City. She has been making all sorts of headlines with her unmatched talent.
The fast-rising bubbly actress has managed to wow Mzansi, and of interest is that she is one of the most educated on the cast of Diep City.
The actress was born on 7 November 1996. She was born and bred in Durban, Kwa-Zulu-Natal. Despite having a craze for arts, she later fell in love with Law after matriculating.
”I was always that child who would run around the house singing, dancing and acting out some imaginary circumstances; however, as I grew up, I wanted to be a lawyer.”
It’s mind-blowing that the fast-rising actress does not have any acting educational background despite her flair. Well, the actress happens to be one of the most educated star actresses on the cast of Diep City. However, she holds a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Criminology and Law at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Diep City’s actress Lungile ‘Luyanda Shezi’ educational qualifications got Mzansi talking
However she was poised as one of the best in her class, and she could have been an Attorney. In the mix of things, she had to ditch her degree for something she loved most.
She auditioned at Diep City, and she was lucky enough to be part of the star-studded cast. No way, who doesn’t want to star alongside big names like Dawn Thandeka King and Mduduzi Mabaso.
However, one might think her Diep City gig was her debut gig, but she has been once starred on Rhythm City as Gugu. She has also featured in several theatre plays, including Who’s Next, written by Zukhanye Sihlobo and directed by Variety Oageng.