However, the Emmy Award-winning actress also happens to be a celebrated TV personality and model. In the wake of her newfound fame, she has directed several screen productions, and she is not holding back. The seasoned actress is best known for her acting flair on Home Affairs, Ses’ Top La and Hustle.
Like those before her, she furnished her craze for acting with stage performances in plays like Sacred Thorns. Her flair saw her making feet in the advertising world. She has worked with big companies such as “Polka” and “MTN”.
In 2004 she won big when she directed a Market Theatre production Through Thick and Thin. She made her debut on small screens with a gig on the SABC1 drama series Home Affairs a year later. No doubt her Home Affairs character did thrust her into the limelight. She was cast as Vuyo Radebe in the drama series and played the character for at least three years.
During her blooming career, the actress was nominated for Best Actress in TV drama series at least three times from 2006 to 2011.
In 2010 she made her film debut with a gig on “Innocence”. She was later cast in Spud 2: The Madness Continues (2013) and Spud 3: Learning to Fly (2014). In the mix of things, she saw herself being cast into Fergusons Films production Rockville.
The Queen actress Noma ‘Brenda Ngxoli’ age and salary shocks Mzansi
In the wake of her Rockville gig, she went on to win the Best Supporting Actress Award. However, in 2016 she scooped the Best Supporting Actress in the TV Comedy category at SAFTA 2016.
In 2019 she was featured in iThemba. In the drama series, she played the character of Nomonde. Whilst on the set of iThemba, the seasoned actress wast into Mzansi Magic’s drama series The River as Dampala.
She capped her illustrious career with a Best Supporting Actress Award in the TV Drama category in 2020. “NomaPrincess After her big win, she was cast into The Queen playing the on-screen character of “Noma” Matshikiza”.
In the mix of things, she has fast become one of the drama series faces. In the wake of her newfound fame, Mzansi has been wondering how much she takes home on The Queen. For her Noma character, she is paid around R50 000 per month. On the other hand, her Dampala character takes home salary was an estimated R40 000 per month.
However, of interest is also her age that has got Mzansi talking. The seasoned actress was born on 3 July 1981.
Eastern Cape, South Africa. The 40-year-old actress then graduated from the University of Cape Town with a BA degree in Theatre and Performers Diploma in Speech and Drama.
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