Sthandile Nkosi (born September 24 1993) is a South African actress and director known for her starring role as Londiwe Jama on the final season of the Mzansi Magic soapie The Queen.
Sthandile Nkosi Age
She was born on the 24th of September 1993 in Soshanguve township of Gauteng. As of 2022, she is 29 years old and celebrates her birthday on September 24th every year.
She attended Valhalla Primary School in Centurion and Pro Arte Alphen Park High School.
Sthandile Nkosi made her on-screen debut in a cameo appearance in an episode of the MTV drama MTV Shuga 7: Down South.
In Season 7, Episode 5, which aired on March 19, 2019, she portrayed a manicurist.
She also portrayed Koketso in the Mzansi Magic telefilm Nnake, which premiered on August 15, 2020 as part of the channel’s “Lokshin Bioskop” series.
The recurring role of Teaspoon in the Mzansi Magic soccer drama Vula Vala, which Sthandile’s first notable performance was in, debuted on October 4, 2020.
A part in the Showmax TV film Love Heist, which started streaming on January 20, 2021, marked the start of the following year.
She appeared as a guest star in an episode of the Netflix supernatural series Dead Places in the same year, which made its debut on the service on April 16, 2021.
Her breakthrough year of 2022 began with a starring role in the Leon Schuster comedy Mr. Bones 3: Son of Bones, which had its cinematic premiere on April 14, 2022.
A few weeks later, on July 21, she starred in the eVOD movie uMbali, which was released on the streaming service.
When Sthandile was chosen to play Londiwe Jama in the final season of the Mzansi Magic soap opera The Queen, which debuted on July 25, 2022, she received her first leading role in television.
A few months later, she was cast in another prominent role, this time in the supernatural drama The Brave Ones on Netflix as Ntsiki Gasa.
Sthandile Nkosi Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $100,000 which she has earned as an actress.