- Bonnie Mbuli is one of South Africa's most talented and gorgeous acting stars
- She came from a humble background and rose to impressive heights through hard work and dedication
- Bonnie turned 41 recently and Briefly takes a look at some interesting facts about the stunning actress
Bonnie Mbuli - mother, actress, activist, woman.
She is the embodiment of African grace and beauty and every time her fans see her in action, they burst with pride.
Bonnie is a South African actress who has carved out a successful career for herself and stands tall with her achievements.
She turned 41 recently and Briefly.co.za decided to take a brief look at the woman behind the name.
Bonnie has been in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years and continues to grow and reach new heights.
Born on 18 March, 1979, she is making the 'flirty forties' look very attractive.
Soweto is where this beauty comes from and she was the first child to be born of three. She went to Greenside High School in Johannesburg.
Her introduction to the entertainment industry came when she was a teen when she was discovered while at a bus stop. She is now the proud mother of two children that she doesn't expose to the limelight.
Acting Came Naturally
Her first role was in a TV series called Viva Families. Then she went on to be part of many different magazine programs such as Limits Unlimited, Zapmag, Teleschool and Heart of the Beat.
Bonnie later starred in Backstage, Zero Tolerance and Gazlam. After these roles, she hosted True Life and later appeared in a Canadian TV show, Charlie Jade.
The list of her appearances goes on and on, but her latest achievement was bagging a role in a thrilling and exciting UK series, Noughts and Crosses.
Bonnie penned an autobiography titled Eyebags and Dimples and the best-selling memoir is largely filled with suspense, some of which we will find answers in her alleged second book, which is in the making.
Bonnie took part in the #TotalShutdown march which saw thousands of women take to the street to march against gender-based violence.
Women from all walks of life took to the streets demanding an end to gender-based violence in honour of Women’s month. Celebrities such as talk show host Pabi Moloi, actress Bonnie Mbuli and Idols judge and singer Unathi joined their fellow women in the march.
Social Media Drama
Bonnie decided to disappear from Twitter for some time after getting dragged on social media for 'bullying' local rising star, Sho Madjozi.
She was roasted for going after Sho, accusing her of sharing statements about the plight of women in SA that were not her own words. Sho didn't let the stab slide and hit back hard, leaving social media users saying that the young musician won the round.
Although we don't know how Bonnie celebrated turning 41, if her previous birthday party is anything to go by, it was a jol.
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