Biography

Wanda Zuma Biography: Age, Career.

Profile Summary

Real Name: Wanda Zuma

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: 7 September 1991

Age: (29 years)

Ethnicity: Black

Nationality: South African

Occupation: Actor, Director, Writer

TV Shows: House of Zwide, Young Adults, Love and Maskandi

Acting Names: Nkosi Zwide

Wanda Zuma(Nkosi Zwide)

Wanda Zuma is a South African actor, director and writer. He is is the true definition of being young and talented. He is popularly known as Nkosi Zwide on House of Zwide, a new television trama series which replaced Rhythm City.

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Wanda Zuma Age and Education

Wanda Zuma is 29 year old South African actor who was born and raised in Durban. He followed his passion for arts after he matriculated at Grosvenor High School in 2009. In 2014, he studied Performing Arts at Creative Arts College. He furthered his studies at The South African Film Institute and the Play House Company.

Wanda Zuma Acting Career

He debuted his acting career in 2018 on the SABC1 drama series Uzalo as a hitman(Episode 252 of Season 3)

In the year 2019 he had a recurring role on Mzansi Magic drama series Ehostela. He made his first appearance in season 1 episode 4.

Wanda Zuma

He played the role of Mthunzi on the television drama series Imbewu and he made his first appearance on the 4th of June in 2019. Wanda returned to the show in 2021 season 4.

He played a recurring role on the final season of Isibaya as Detective Mthaka.

Besides being an actor he is a story writer. Wanda wrote Black Collar and Mind Games which are all award winning theatre plays.

Wanda Zuma as Nkosi Zwide

His role on House of Zwide as Nkosi Zwide the son of Faith and Funani Zwide is his first starring television role. House of Zwide airs on ETV every Mon-Fri at 1930hrs. The drama replaced Rhythm City on 19th of July 2021.

Films that Wanda has acted in

  • Young Adults Lead NFVF (2018)
  • Game of Heart Lead Creative Arts College(2015)
  • Love and Maskandi Lead NFVF(2018)

Theatre Plays

  • Isigcawu Theatre Festival
  • Imbewu Theatre Festival
  • Ishashalazi Theatre Festival

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