Nthati Moshesh writes a special post to her one true love, acting

Nthati Moshesh writes a special post to her one true love, acting

- Nthati found her passion at a young age and she has never looked back

- Acting is Nthati's true love and she could not imagine life without it

- Taking to social media, she expressed her love in a sweet post

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Nthati Moshesh has faced many challenges in her 10 years as an actress. This has never dampened her love for the craft and she is stronger than ever before.

Falling in love with acting from a very young age, Nthati open up about how she started out. She explained that as a young child growing up in Katlehong, she would often 'play house'. She had a passion of immersing herself in role-playing.

Briefly.co.za learnt that it was in matric that Nthati studied drama and the love for the art only grew. She says before opening night, her heart beats faster, her palms sweat and still today, her knees shake to the extent that they threaten to buckle when she is on stage.

It is no question that Nthati pursued her career by study acting at a higher level, at which stage her soul and entire being are totally captured.

She expresses her love for acting by saying she loves it when she is on set of a drama for television and when she is on stage. Nthati says it is like any other love affair, she experiences times when she doubts her love, feels neglected when acting rejects her and feels unworthy, but she still chooses acting over anything else.

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Nthati spoke to Drum a couple of weeks ago when she came out about the slump she endured after her role in Saints and Sinners came to an end. She explained that for eight months she had to rely on handouts while she was unemployed, it was a trying time for her.

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In the entertainment business, if you do not have a role to play, you don’t eat. Nthati expressed that her financial situation was a disaster with her credit cards maxed out, forcing her to accept handouts and rely on her family. It was crazy times!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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