5 facts about the super talented Mzansi actress Soso Rungqu

5 facts about the super talented Mzansi actress Soso Rungqu

Soso Rungqu is one of the coolest actresses in Mzansi. Not only is Soso an incredibly talented actress, she is a super amazing woman too.

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The bubbly actress is widely known for her lit role as Morongwa in Mzansi’s favourite soapie, Isidingo. Soso landed this role in 2016, but her career started way before that.

Briefly.co.za has seen how Soso has become more and more popular over the years, and for good reason. If you are an Isidingo fan, then you will know how Soso and her character, Morongwa, have climbed the popularity ladder.

Showing a little appreciation for our incredibly creative and talented star, we have put together a little profile to help you get to know Soso from a different angle.

Here are 6 inside facts about Soso that you may not have known:

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1. Home Town and Education

Soso was born in East London. She completed her matric at Clarendon Girls High School and went on to attend the Tshwane University of Technology, where she studied Performing Arts in Musical Theatre.

2. What a Cool Cat

From 2008 to 2010, Soso was the voice for Smartycat on the animated children’s show, Cool Catz. Who would have ever guessed?

3. Momma Bear

This stunning actress is not only a career woman, she is a mother too. Soso has a son who is her entire life.

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4. Soapie Royalty

Isidingo is not the only soapie that Solo has stared in. She has also had roles in Mzansi Love, Scandal!, Rhythm City, Sokhulu and Partners and 7de Laan.

5. Behind the Scenes

Soso has not only made a lasting legacy in the entertainment industry, but in the entire arts and culture sector. She has given her time to school-level theatre development and even worked in the Department of Arts & Culture in her hometown, where she gave informal acting training to underprivileged schools.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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