- Atandwa Kani has bagged a new role in an American TV series starring Malik Yoba
- Atandwa Kani plays the role of Professor Nkrumah in Terror Lake Drive
- Atandwa Kani portrayed the character of King T'Chaka in Black Panther
Atandwa Kani has bagged a new role in a US TV series. The Mzansi-born actor portrays the character of Professor Nkrumah on the show.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela took to Twitter on Tuesday, 23 February to share that the Black Panther star has bagged the role in a Malik Yoba led series. Phil posted:
"CASTING NEWS: Atandwa Kani stars in Malik Yoba led series. Kani stars in Terror Lake Drive, an American drama/thriller limited series. Atandwa plays Professor Nkrumah on the series, available States-side on the Urban Movie Channel (AllBlk) streaming service."
The son of legendary South African playwright, Dr John Kani, played the role of King T'Chaka in Black Panther. Tweeps have congratulated Atandwa. Check out some of their comments below:
"Congrats @AtandwaKani, woouw 2021 is not that bad for abanye abantwana bethunana (other kids)."
"I'm looking forward to this."
"Congratulations to Atandwa."
"Mama, he has made it wow."
"He must be the Black Panther."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Moozlie made her acting debut on a new SABC 1 show on Sunday, 14 February. The rapper plays the role of a young dancer in The Kingdom - a show which made its debut on Sunday.
Moozlie has appeared on TV before but not as an actress. The multi-talented star was previously a presenter on Vuzu's V-Entertainment.
The media personality took to Twitter earlier on Sunday and retweeted a promo clip of the first episode of the drama series.
She also took to Instagram and shared snaps of her character. The star, who is also preparing to drop new music videos, captioned her Instagram post:
"Those #SpiritOfAnOG visuals are on the way. But in the meantime... MEET GUGU, she’s a dancer & she’ll be on SABC 1’s THE KINGDOM at 8PM TONIGHT."
The Vatel hitmaker's fans took to her comment section on both her Instagram and Twitter accounts to congratulate her.
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