Monday, July 30, 2018

Zola Nombona Biography, Age, Hometown, Family, Husband, Songs & Hairstyles

Zola Nombona Biography

Zola Nombona was born on March 10, 1992. She is a South African actress. Concerning her educational background, she attended Victoria Girls High School and later Wits University where she studied for an honours degree in Dramatic Arts.

Zola is best known for her role as Shado, a streetwise teenager, in the 2013 second season of the SABC1 drama series Intersexions.

She have also played a role in an episode of the e.tv anthology series Mzansi Love: Kasi Style (“Sexy.com”, Season 2, Episode 3).

Other roles Zola have played includes e.tv drama series Z’bondiwe as Mafungwashe ‘Roxanne’ Nozulu, as Kat in the second season of SABC1’s Shakespeare inspired series Forced Love.

For Eastern Cape-born Zola the acting bug bit by chance, when she acted as Sarafina at a family friend's graduation ceremony in junior school.

Intersexions was her first television acting part and she played a featured role in Episode 5 as Shado, Rosie's quirky and fun cousin.

Zola Nombona Career

Later in 2013 she landed a starring role in an episode of the e.tv anthology series Mzansi Love: Kasi Style ("Sexy.com", Season 2, Episode 3). Her character, Sindi, is a writer, blogger and (single) "it girl" who is idealistic about the internet and communicates through her blog "Sassy, Single in SA". Her co-stars in the episode were Litha Booi and Sthembiso Khoza.

Also in 2013, she had a recurring role as vain, narcissistic and utterly controlling Lerato, who uses her extraordinary beauty to lure and control adoring men, in the SABC1 sitcom Single Guys.

In 2014 she revived her role as Lerato from Single Guys in the spin-off sitcom Single Galz, in which she moves in with her girlfriends.

In 2015 she had a starring role in the e.tv drama series Z'bondiwe as Mafungwashe 'Roxanne' Nozulu, an intelligent, beautiful woman who made a mistake as a teenager that has come back to haunt her.

In the same year she also starred as Kat in the second season of SABC1's Shakespeare inspired series Forced Love.





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