Thulani Mtsweni is a South African actor famous as Sibiya on Isidingo and currently playing on Gomora. Joining the industry is one bumpy roller coaster ride for the actor, and he lives to tell the tale. As he is becoming a fan favourite, let’s find out what tickles him fancy. Thulani Mtsweni Biography (Age, Career, Pictures, TV Roles, Net Worth, Gomora).
Thulani Mtsweni Biography
Birth Year:31 July 1968
Net Worth: $8 million
What is Thulani Mtsweni’s age?
Black doesn’t crack, so it’s hard to guess his age if he doesn’t tell. As this remains a mystery, we can only speculate, and judging from his looks, the actor is in his 40s.
How does Thulani Mtsweni’s career start?
In a bid to perfect his craft, he works with student producers to gain exposure. He goes on to join the theatre, and it is when he is here, he lands his role Sibiya on Isidingo.
Which TV Roles has Thulani Mtsweni taken on?
Even if he is known for his role on iNumber Number, most remember his character as Sibiya on Isidingo. He keeps viewers glued to their screens by playing a tongue in cheek miner who is constantly stirring up trouble.
He also at one time casts as an abducted boy on Rhythm City. With the way he has executed all his roles, it is without a doubt that Gomora fans are also falling in love with him.
What is Thulani Mtsweni’s net Worth?
As an actor still finding his place in the industry, he makes money from his acting roles in local drama series and theatre performances. These earnings amass to $50 000, and more opportunities are headed his way.
“I have been working, and opportunities are coming. I can’t speak about many of them now, but I am excited to flex my acting muscles in the future,” he says.
Thulani bares all on his experiences in the entertainment industry
“The biggest challenge I faced is that nobody trusts a newcomer, and you are often treated like rubbish. It is very frustrating because you know you are talented, but people still refuse to give you a chance,“ he says.
“There are better chances now with social media, but you have to be patient and take every opportunity you get. I worked it hustle style, and that means working with students on their productions,” Thulani adds.