Where did Generations actor Wright Ngubane disappear to?
No doubt he made all sorts of headlines when he was just five years old. He was dupped to be the golden boy of Mzansi screens, and he lived up to expectations. We can all agree that it’s not easy to make a name for yourself in the booming entertainment industry at a younger age.
Well, just like those before, Wright Ngubane is one of the few Mzansi’s seasoned actors who made all sorts of headlines with their unmatched talent whilst young. The actor joins a host of actors such as Leleti Khumalo, who stars as MaZulu on etv’s drama series Imbewu: The Seed.
However, un the mix of things, Mzansi has been wondering where the star actor disappeared to? Well, of late, he seems to have been gone AWOL.
Well, many might be wondering who Wright Ngubane is? Ngubane is best known for his on-screen characters of Generations and Rhythm City. On Generations, he starred from 2003-08 and played the role of Jonathan Motene. On the other hand, on Rhythm City, he starred as Thula.
The bubbly actor once made all sorts of headlines when he kissed his co-actor, Stone, in one of the scenes. Back then, the LGBT community had no voice in most countries.
Mzansi wondering where Generations actor Wright Ngubane is?
He debuted on small screens when he was just five years, and he appeared in Kideo. A few years later, he became the first ever-younger TV present when he bagged a gig on 2 TV hosts.
At the age of 11-years, Wright was cast on the series Steet Life as a street kid, and he played a lead role on the SABC3 drama series. He also featured in several adverts for Edgars. he got international recognition when he starred in Human Cargo as Nobakhaba.
Well, we have managed to connect the dots, and we have somehow fixed the puzzle. The actor has been starring in theatre arts, and if he is not in front of the camera, he is busy making ends meet as a Director. Apart from that, he is a cum singer working on a project termed ” Ghetto Gospel.”
Apart from that, he happens to be a member of the SS Media Shack. The organisation focuses on empowering youths with start-up projects for income-generating. The organisation also works closely with the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA).
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