Wiseman Mncube is a South African actor best known for his roles in the television soapie Uzalo. He is also an esteemed theatre actor. For the most part, Wiseman starts as a theatre actor. This finds him working on plenteous stage productions after getting a diploma in Drama from the Durban University of Technology in 2011. These include: Nothing But the Truth, Have We Been Heard and Mashu the Musical. His debut starring role comes along as he plays Mfanufikile in a drama series, The Kingdom-UKhakhayi. The actor casts in the etv telenovela Gold Diggers, opening wide doors.
Actor Wiseman Mncube’s net worth
Wiseman Mncube’s net worth is estimated at $1.5 million. He has amassed his wealth from his acting career and various endorsement deals. He is also believed to have invested in multiple properties and businesses.
Sources of income
He is currently an ambassador for the South African brand Nando’s. He has also endorsed Environ Skin Care and Lifebuoy Soap. In addition to his acting career, Wiseman Mncube is also a director and producer. He has directed an episode of the television series Isibaya. Wiseman Mncube is an active philanthropist and has been involved in several charitable causes. He staunch supporter of the South African charity Themba Foundation, which is dedicated to helping young people from impoverished backgrounds.
He also supports the Children of Fire Foundation, which provides medical assistance to burn victims in South Africa. Mncube is a highly respected actor and has won several awards for his work, including the South African Film and Television Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Wiseman Mncube’s awards and recognitions
His film catalogue is long, and he ought to have many awards. The actor has managed to bag the following awards in his career life:
- The actor got “Best Production” and “Best Script Awards” for “The Weeping Candle” at the isiGcawu Festival in November 2012.
- He won “The Best Newcomer” at the Mercury Theatre Awards in 2012.
- In 2012 he was named Best Actor at Musho Festival.
- He also wins a Standard Bank Ovation Award for” Giving Birth to my Father”.
- In 2014, he won three NAF (National Arts Festival) awards in Grahamstown.
- He also gets an award at the Mzansi Viewers Choice Awards 2020.
- He won “Best Actor” at the South African Film and Television Awards Best Actor in 2020.