Welile Nzuza

Welile Nzuza Biography,  age, Career, Networth and Personal life

Welile Nzuza
Welile Nzuza

South African-born actor Welile Nzuza was born on April 28, 1982. He is most known for his roles in the well-liked films Wonderfully Broken, Kalushi: The Tale of Solomon Mahlangu, and Vehicle 19.

Biography of Welile Nzuza

Full name: Welile Nzuza
Date of birth: 28 April 1982
Place of birth: South Africa
Education: Unknown
Height: 1.69m
Occupation: Actor
Known for: Kalushi
Net worth: $30 000
Nationality: South African

Private life and early years

He was born on April 28, 1982, in South Africa. He will be 41 years old by 2022. when he appeared on television as a cop. He has run into some issues with the cops in real life. In fact, the Randburg Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg sentenced him to three years in prison with a five-year suspended in 2011 after finding him guilty of possessing dagga.

Height and Networth

His height is listed as 169 cm, or 1.69 meters, by his agency. He is therefore a typical South African male of height. His exact net worth is unknown. According to some accounts, he is at least $300,000 in net worth. As of 2023.

Welile Nzuza
Welile Nzuza

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Career of Welile Nzuza

His first performing performances were in several plays. Then, in 2000, he made his television debut playing the character “Dumi” in the popular serial opera 7de Laan. The show received numerous awards at different award festivals and is still on television today. He was selected for the role of private eye “Fana Baloyi” in the e.tv soap opera Scandal! in 2005. Nzuza continued to perform in the wildly popular performance up until 2008. He was then named director of the popular soap series Rhythm City.

In 2013, he made his international film debut as the titular “Mohawk” in the hugely successful American film Vehicle 19. Then, in 2014, he starred as “Vusi” in the Sticks and Stones television series. In the same year, he was cast as “Bafana” in the Task Force television series. In 2015, he played “Sergeant Galane” in the Z’bondiwe TV show. The true-life film Kalushi: The Tale of Solomon Mahlangu helped him gain notoriety in 2016. He played the supporting role of Tommy London in the film. The film won awards at many film festivals and was praised by critics.

Welile Nzuza

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