Kenneth Nkosi

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Kenneth Nkosi
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Born Kenneth Nkosi
(1973-06-19) June 19, 1973 (age 46)
Soweto, Johannesburg
Gauteng, South Africa
Education Market Theatre Laboratory
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Producer
Years active 1993 - to date
Notable work Tsotsi
Jerusalema
White Wedding
Five Fingers for Marseilles

Kenneth Nkosi (born 19 June 1973) is a South African film and television actor and producer. He is arguably among the most prolific working actors in South Africa perhaps only comparable to his close friend Rapulana Seiphemo and Paradise Stop co-star Vusi Kunene.

In 2005 Kenneth Nkosi co-created an SABC 1 original sitcom Mzee wa Two Six with Richard Beynon and starred as M.Z. Radebe alongside Hamilton Dlamini who starred as Korea. From then on Kenneth Nkosi's career entered a ceaseless upward trajectory appearing and starring in numerous feature films including; Tsotsi, Jerusalema, District 9, White Wedding, Skeem, Paradise Stop, Mad Buddies and Five Fingers for Marseilles

References

  1. Channel24, Cat fight over Rapulana Seiphemo and Kenneth Nkosi, 22 November 2018
  2. IMDb, Kenneth Nkosi Biography, 22 November 2018
  3. TVSA, Kenneth Nkosi, 22 November 2018
  4. Gauteng Film, From apartheid horror to gentle comedy, 22 November 2018
  5. Expresso Show, Mad Buddies, 22 November 2018
  6. Channel24, Skeem, 22 November 2018