Actress Sthandile Nkosi

Actress Sthandile Nkosi. Image via X @Gen_legacy

Actress Sthandile Nkosi debuts on ‘Generations: The Legacy’

Actress Sthandile Nkosi, who played Londiwe in ‘The Queen’ will make her debut on ‘Generations: The Legacy’ on Friday.

Actress Sthandile Nkosi

Actress Sthandile Nkosi. Image via X @Gen_legacy

Actress and model Sthandile Nkosi, who is popularly known for her villainous role of Londiwe Jama in The Queen has secured a role in Generations: The Legacy.

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‘GENERATIONS: THE LEGACY’ CONFIRMS ACTRESS’ ROLE

Generations: The Legacy confirmed on their social media accounts on Friday, 12 January that the talented actress Sthandile Nkosi has scored a role in the SABC1 soapie.

“Tonight! Sthandile Nkosi joins Generations: The Legacy! Noted actor and makes her debut as Sonia Makgalemele on #GenerationsTheLegacy 20:00 #SABC1IssTooMuch,” tweeted the show.

Viewers of the soapie took to social media to congratulate the fan-favourite actress.

@TvblogbyMLU tweeted: “Love her work. She’s such a gem.”

@HlompoCatalia said: “One thing about mogirl she can act.”

The South African will give more update about Nkosi’s character when more information becomes available.

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STHANDILE NKOSI ON PLAYING A VILLAIN IN ‘THE QUEEN’  

The actress Sthandile Nkosi, who portrayed a drug baroness Londiwe Jama in Mzansi Magic’s cancelled telenovela The Queen revealed to Sunday World that she’s the total opposite of her villainous role.   

“It has been such a joy and has been such fun for me because I was able to bring in a side of me that I find a little bit too much, and I think that’s what makes people fall in love with Londiwe at some point.”  

Nkosi added that she believes she’s bringing out certain elements in the character that the producers were afraid to bring to the fore. So she was having fun playing Londiwe.

“She’s a fun-loving person just too ambitious and breaking down all the walls. She breaks all kinds of stereotypes and I am fond of the character.”  

She also admitted that portraying a villain can be challenging as she has to differentiate between acting and being herself in real-life. 

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