Nay Maps can be named the hardest working person in the Mzansi acting industry, and many people will agree to that. Nay Maps stars in an original Netflix movie called Little Big Mouth, and Nay Maps is cast alongside the brilliant Amanda Du-Pont in this movie that is to start streaming end of this month.
Little big mouth is coming on Netflix on 22 October. The movie is about a carefree guitarist (Nay Maps) who is kicked out of his band and home and finds himself nowhere to go. He is thrown out after pulling a crazy stunt while performing with his band. He then takes refuge in the house of a bookkeeper (Amanda Du-Pont). She, however, lives with her father (James Borthwick) and her son, Luke (Brady Hofmeyr), and they did not immediately take a liking to their new guest. This romantic comedy shows how the guitarist tries to win the heart of this family.
The Swazi actress, model, and TV host is best known for her role as Lelo in Skeem Saam. She was also a cohost in real Goboza for four years. She has played roles in lots of Mzansi soapies like Muvhango, intersexions, Generations, etc. Currently, she plays the role of Ashley in a Netflix thriller series, Shadow.
Nay Maps stars in this original Netflix movie as the guitarist that the bookkeeper takes in. The actor is best known for his roles as Mxolisi in uzalo, Tshireletso in Muvhango, and Sphamandla in Umkhokha. Nay Maps is also a musician, but he is yet to drop his own music but judging from the covers he made, he is very talented.
The actor is known for his roles in Hotel, Stander, and The Winter’s Tale. He has landed roles on 7de Laan, On the couch, Isidingo, etc. The 73-year-old actor plays the role of Luke’s grandfather.
Little is known about the child actor who plays the role of Luke in this movie except that he sung and performed his song called Happy as can be.