Lali Dangazele is a renowned South African film and TV actress. She is famous for her role as Mangi in the award-winning SABC1 mini-series When We Were Black. Lali is talented and skilled when it comes to film, theatre, television, and radio. The actress has a soft spot for dancing, facilitating applied theatre, and teaching.
Lali loves listening to music. For instance, she enjoys the sounds of John Legend, Sibongile Khumalo, Sergio Mendes, Abdul Ebrahim, Robin Thicke, and Thandiswa Mazwai.
Lali Dangazele profile summary
- Full name: Lali Dangazele
- Year of birth: March 15, 1985
- Lali Dangazele age: 35 years
- Gender: Female
- Career: Actress
- Twitter: @lalidangazele
Lali Dangazele education
The beauty queen studied BA in Dramatic Arts at Wits University. In 2014, she left for the University of Warwick in England to commence her PhD in Shakespeare and Strategy. She spent a few years in England, and now the actress turned entrepreneur is the brains behind ShakeXperience, a platform that introduces school students to acting. She is also the Co-Founder of Nudgeathon.
The actress once worked as a Field Reporter on Vox Pops, a youth radio programme for Love Life. She also appeared on a TV commercial for MTN of a young girl leaving home by train to commence her first job. More to this, she acted in stage productions such as Sophiatown. Lali also appeared in the award-winning television drama series When We Were Black.
The multi-talented star is also an entrepreneur. She owns Nobulali Productions, which embraces applied drama, experiential learning, and theatre processes to boost learning in schools and corporations. In May 2019, she was the Master of Ceremonies for the Business and Community Awards 2019.
Which are Lali Dangazele movies?
Some of Lali Dangazele TV shows include the youth program Take 5, Ikeketse, SABC3 Hard Copy 111, SABC1 Home Affairs, and SABC1 A Place Called Home. The actress was also featured in the film Sophiatown, which was directed by Malcolm Purkey. The show was performed at The Market Theatre and was nominated for a Naledi Award for Best Newcomer. Here are some of her other movies and films:
- Love, Crime, and Johannesburg
- Mampatile Midsummer Night's Dream
- Rhythm City
- Izingane zoBaba
- SABC3 Sitcom Safe
- Heartlines - Season 1
- Home Affairs - Season 2
- Home Affairs - Season 3
- Home Affairs - Season 4
- Jacob's Cross - Season 3
- Kowethu - Season 1
- Rhythm City - Season 1
- Nkhensani Tshinawa
- Safe As Hauser's - Season 1
- Society - Season 2
- Tjovitjo - Season 1
- Tjovitjo - Season 2
- When We Were Black - Season 1
Lali Dangazele has accomplished quite much within a short period. At 35 years old, she is a PhD holder, a successful actress, and an entrepreneur. Today, she continues to touch the lives of many young people who have talent and passion for acting.
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