Connie Ferguson was born as Connie Masilo on 10 June 1970 in Botswana. She was raised in South Africa and grew up to be one of the biggest names in South Africa.
Her claim to fame was as Karabo in Generations from 1994 to 2010. She left the show, only to return in 2014 after the show was revamped to Generations: The Legacy. She left again in 2017.
She was a brand ambassador for several brands over the years: Ellerines in 1990 and 1991, Ultramel Custard in 1992-1995, Vaseline in 1992 and Black Like Me in 1998.
In 2008, she became the first South African woman to release her own fragrance called “True Self” and was announced as the face of Garnier. She went on to launch her own lotion range known as “Connie” in 2014.
In 2014, she launched her lotion range, “Connie”. It is available in grocery stores across
In 2011, Connie and her husband, Shona Ferguson, launched their production company, Furgeson Films. The company has produced multiple hit series for Mzansi Magic, which includes Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Queen and The Imposter.
Connie’s first husband is Skeem Saam director, Neo Matsunyane. The couple share one child together, Lesedi.
She married Shona Ferguson in 2011, and they have a daughter together named Alicia. Briefly.co.za has learnt that the power couple have become couple goals for many.
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