True Love

ALL THE WAY UP

I’ve always wanted to be an actress. Since childhood, I knew entertainment was the industry I wanted be in. At school, I participated in drama productions and, at the age of 16, my pursuit into the industry kicked off with a role in a Cheese Curls advertisment. I was eager and I think it showed because the director of the same advert cast me in a McDonald’s ad he later worked on. At age 17, I debuted as Naledi on the SABC 1 sitcom, My Perfect Family.

He’s also the executive producer onand called me to audition — and that’s how I became Buhle. In 2016, after finishing matric at Reddam House in Bedfordview, I took a gap year. Luckily, I don’t have parents who dictate what I should do with my life and they’ve always supported my acting. I wanted to get a feel for the entertainment industry and see if it really was what I wanted to pursue. I was initially meant to study acting at the New York Film Academy, but their academic year begins in September and I chickened out of that. I interned to learn the ins and outs of the industry and that’s when I met Kutlwano.

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