Tango Ncetezo

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Tango Ncetezo
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Born Tango Ncetezo
(1984-12-21) 21 December 1984 (age 35)
East Rand, Gauteng
South Africa
Education AFDA
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006 - to date

Tango Ncetezo (born 21 December 1984) is a South African actress best known for her portrayal of Lindiwe on the second season of the SABC 1 drama series A Place Called Home, and as Paulina on 1Magic’s telenovela The River alongside Sindi Dlathu, Hlomla Dandala, Moshidi Motshegwa, Presley Chweneyagae and Lunga Shabalala.

In 2017 she was cast in a starring role on SABC 1's drama series Mina Nawe as Funeka she starred alongside Solomon Sebothoma, Sibusisiwe Jili, Kayise Ngqula, Yonda Thomas, Nolwazi Shange, Kayise Ngqula and Angela Sithole. She made her acting debut on SABC 3's drama series Jozi - H she portrayed the character of a role of a woman who thought she was pregnant but turned out to have a growth in her stomach. Tango has had roles on productions such as Mtunzini.com, Zabalaza, Bone of My Bones, Rockville, Soul City, Taxi Ride, iNkabi and on SABC 1 drama series Sticks and Stones alongside Treasure Tshabalala, Moliehi Makobane, Linda Sebezo, Welile Nzuza and Talitha Ndima.

Social Media

  1. twitter, @TangoNcetezo, 27 January 2020

References

  1. TVSA, Tango Ncetezo, 11 August 2018
  2. slideshare, Tango Ncetezo, 11 August 2018
  3. channel24, Tango Ncetezo on how she became an actress, 11 August 2018