Pamela Nomvete (born 6 March 1964) is an Ethiopian-born South African/ British actress known for Zulu Love Letter (2004), Lockdown (2018), and The Widow (2019).
Pamela Nomvete Age
She was born on the 6th of March 1964 in Ethiopia. As of 2021, she is 57 years old and celebrates her birthday on March 6th every year.
Pamela Nomvete Husband
She has been married to her husband Collins Marimbe since August 23, 2002.
Nomvete made her television debut in the 1990s, starring in the South African soap opera Generations. Ntsiki Lukhele was “TV’s ultimate super-bitch: power-hungry, manipulative, and murderous,” according to her.
Nomvete, on the other hand, suffered from sadness following her husband’s infidelity and divorce. As her life fell apart, she found herself living in her car, selling clothes in exchange for food and cigarettes.
Thandi, a single mother and journalist seeking to communicate with her estranged thirteen-year-old daughter, was played by Nomvete in Zulu Love Letter. Thandi was attacked by an apartheid hit squad while pregnant with her kid, leaving the youngster deaf and dumb.
- Born Free: A New Adventure, 1996
- Zulu Love Letter, 2004
- Sometimes in April, 2005
- Lockdown, 2021
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million which she has earned as an actress.