- Connie and Shona Ferguson are looking for some new faces to cast in their upcoming projects
- Mzansi producer Shona Ferguson took to social media to share that Ferguson Films is looking for new actors
- South African social media users reacted to the post with a number of them tagging their friends to give it a try
Ferguson Films is looking for some new talent in the acting scene in Mzansi and some people are ready to shoot their shot. Production companies are usually urged to keep looking for new faces and the Fergusons have decided to do just that.
Successful applicants for the job will be starring in the Ferguson's latest projects that are up-and-coming. When it comes to their casting, the couple is looking for a male aged 40 who speaks any language and one who is between the age of 18 and 21 who speaks Setswana.
The Fergusons are also looking for a female who is aged 21 and 30 and speaks isiZulu, as well as another female who is aged 18 to 21 who speaks Setswana.
Shona Ferguson shared a graphic on social media that showed they are looking for some fresh new faces. Mzansi social media users reacted to the post:
"I'm 29 but I definitely look 21. I speak Setswana. I've got to do this."
"Don't you have roles for younger people under the age of 18?"
Plenty of others commented on the post with many tagging their friends to try their luck for the positions available.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Ferguson's Netflix show, Kings of Joburg was pitted against Queen Sono. The Mzansi television industry has branched into Netflix over the last few years and a few good shows have been produced.
Right now, the Mzansi Twitter timeline is divided over two South African shows, Kings of Joburg and Queen Sono. Kings of Joburg was released towards the end of 2020 and is produced by Ferguson Films.
The show features a star-studded cast of Zolisa Xaluva, Shona Ferguson, Thembi Seete and the Khoza brothers, to name a few.
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Source: Briefly News