The dream of owning a production house of his own is that of Senzo Radebe. He has climbed the ladder in the acting industry and is becoming very successful at the profession he loves so much.
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His supporting role as Sthembiso *Sthe* Gumede, on the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango has certainly made him a household name, reported ZAlebs.
Senzo Radebe is an amazing and dedicated person. Briefly.co.za learnt that after matriculating from Alexandra School in 2012, where one of his subjects were Dramatic Arts as a subject, he went on to attend acting workshops.
Below are six more intriguing facts about Senzo:
1. Senzo was born in Alexander and is now 25 years old.
2. He gyms at least six days.
Having a keen interest in fitness, Senzo has put his knowledge and expertise in taking on a second job as a fitness instructor. He said that he trains a lot of TV stars which makes his training times a bit of a tough one.
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3. It was in grade 10 that he realised his passion for acting.
He took drama as one of his subjects at school and it was his favourite by far. He said that he used to watch movies and dream about the day when he would become an actor.
4. It took eight call-backs for Senzo to get a role in Muvhango.
They eventually created a role just for him as they wanted him a part of the team. He initially tried for the part of Vusi, but did not get it. It was then that Sthembiso was created.
5. There are two moments in Senzo’s life that stand out for him.
One: Achieving the lead role on Ingozi. Two: The part he played on Mzansi Magic’s Abomama.
6. Senzo has his heart set on his own production company!
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Source: Briefly News