She has been duped as the best actress of our times of late, and her unmatched talent has seen her capping her illustrious career with accolades. No doubt, in recent years, Gomora actress Gladys on-screen character, played by Thembi Seete, has fast become one of Mzansi’s most-followed actresses.
Of late, Thembi Seete has been making all sorts of headlines with her on-screen character. Seete is a multi-award winning actress who also doubles as a TV personality, actress, and singer.
Her road to fame was marked by her musical journey after being part of the kwaito Boom Shaka group. She went solo after the group split in 2000 after being formed in 1994. However, in the mix of things, she discovered her craze for acting after things went south.
Against the backdrop of her newfound fame, she bagged a gig on Hijack Stories. She was cast in Yizo-Yizo and starred alongside some of Mzansi’s finest. She made all sorts of headlines when her hit song Sure Ntombazana was used as the soundtrack for Yizo Yizo 2.
A few months she was cast into the SABC1 drama series Gaz’lam. However, she released her debut album, “Lollipop”. Whilst at Gaz’lam, she dropped her second album Smatsatsa. In the drama series, she was cast as Lerato. From there, she bagged a gig on Crossing the Line and played the on-screen character of Pumla.
Gomora actress ‘Gladys’ Thembi Seete’s age and net worth shocks Mzansi
In 2006 she hogged the headlines when she nailed her on-screen character of Nina Moloi on SABC1’s Zone 14. She went on to play the character for four seasons before she bowed out in style. She won big when she was cast in Mzansi’s Magic most-watched drama series Gomora as Gladys.
Of late, Mzansi has been wondering how much the seasoned actress earns from her Gladys role on Gomora. Given that Gomora is a low budget drama series, their salaries are determined by variables such as experience, time on scenes and role prominence. The star actress is said to be earning around R40 000 per month.
However, of interest is that despite earning around R40 000 per month, she is a jack of trades and master of all. She has managed to build an empire out of her side hustles with an estimated net worth of around R2 million. However, besides acting, she also doubles as a co-owner of a beauty bar Azuri. Apart from that, she also has a series of make-up ranges under her name.
Her youthful looks have often deceived Mzansi that she is young, but it seems as if she is older than she looks. She was born on 25 March 1977, and the 44-year-old was bred in Soweto.