- Local actress Bonnie Mbuli has bagged a role in an exciting new British series
- The show is about an alternate world in which black people are dominant, and promises a lot of thrill
- Bonnie shared news about the upcoming show on her Instagram account
Bonnie Mbuli, South African actress, is making her fans and country proud on the international stage.
Bonnie is part of an upcoming series that is expected to be thrilling and exciting, Noughts and Crosses.
The show is an adaptation of a book series with the same name and plays out in an alternate universe. Here, the black 'Cross' people are dominant over the white 'Noughts'.
Bonnie will play the role of Jasmine Hadley, mother to Minerva Hadley and Sephy Hadley, Briefly.co.za gathered.
The actress stars alongside other big stars such as Peaky Blinders actor Jack Rowan. The first episode of Noughts and Crosses will air on 5 March on BBC One.
Taking to social media, Bonnie shared the exciting news with her fans and followers.
"'For all the things we might have had and all the things we’re never going to have' ... Love is never black and white."
Earlier, it was reported how Bonnie was able to turn a single lucky moment into an unbreakable career.
In 2013, Bonnie told her story through her autobiography, Eyebags & Dimples.
Taking to social media, Bonnie opened up about the bus stop where her life changed forever.
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