Generations: The Legacy actress, Candice Modiselle, feels South African actors and actresses are doing amazing things and should be celebrated. She says people are finally starting to see the work that goes into the acting craft.
Candice Modiselle, whom Mzansi has come to admire in Generations: The Legacy, feels that South African acting is of really high quality and deserves to get some appreciation.
She used the recent dramatic storyline about the Vutha virus as an example of the excellence that SA is capable of, according to TimesLIVE.
"People are starting to see now the work that goes into our craft. On any given day on set you see people work hard and do everything in their power to deliver powerful performances.
"You see sets that are different, locations that are different. You see a constant commitment to the story."
Candice feels that local talent is compared to that of America, and it makes people blind to the gems over here.
"We are such amazing people and there is no one that can tell our stories like we can. There is so much that is still to be told and which the world wants to hear."
Briefly.co.za gathered that Candice is loving her own journey in the entertainment industry.
"I have grown quite a lot as an actress and it has been an amazing journey so far."
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