Bonnie Mbuli has put acting on the backburner, but she has just announced that she will be joining the cast of a TV adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s novel, ‘Noughts and Crosses’.
When Bonnie took a break from acting, she still stayed on Mzansi’s TV screens as a presenter for ‘Afternoon Express’. But this time round, she is stepping in front of the camera with a whole new role.
The TV personality will be starring in the BBC’s new series, ‘Noughts and Crosses’, based on a young adult novel of the same name.
All details about the series have been kept on the down low up until this point and now the cat’s finally out of the bag.
Briefly.co.za learned that Bonnie will be part of an all-star cast, working alongside Shaun Dingwall, who has just featured in ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ and many other international actors.
According to Bona, Bonnie’s career started when she was 13 years old and since then, she has acted in popular soapies such as ‘Backstage’, ‘Rhythm City’ and ‘Rockville’.
The actress has also appeared in many international series such as a British TV show called ‘Wallander’, where she starred alongside Sir Kenneth Branagh.
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