The Queen actress Goodness ‘Zenande Mfenyana’s age leaves Mzansi confused. Dupped as the next big thing in Mzansi. Zenande Mfenyana is a celebrated South African actress best known for her wit and a sharp tongue for small screens. She has been winning big of late with her on-screen character that has thrust her among some of Mzansi’s finest. With an illustrious career spanning years, she has managed to wow us with her unmatched acting flair—best known for her on-screen character of Goodness on the Mzansi Magic drama series The Queen.
With an illustrious career spanning decades, Mzansi wondered how old the actress could be. Of interest is that she was inspired by her sister, who also doubled as an actress and surprisingly starred in The Queen. On the Queen, she stars alongside some of Mzansis fines the likes Themba Ndaba who plays the character of Uncle Brutus, and on-screen goddess Connie Ferguson who stars as Harriet Khoza.
Recently the bubbly actress turned a year older, and Mzansi has been trying to connect the dots regarding her age. No doubt she has kept her private life under wraps, and it’s difficult for one to fix her personal life puzzle. After all, the actress let Mzansi sneak into her private life thanks to Instagram feeds.
The Queen actress Goodness ‘Zenande Mfenyana’s age leaves Mzansi confused
Taking it to Instagram, she shared a series of stories of colleagues and family wishing her a happy birthday. After all, we are at least sure that she was born on 11 October. In the mix of things, Mzansi has since connected the dots. Well, it seems as if her youthful looks have been deceiving us. The actress is older than we thought. The 37-year-old was born in 1985 in East Rand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Her youthful looks have deceived us into believing that she is young, yet not.
Rise to fame
Just like those before her, she discovered her craze for acting whilst young. She went on to furnish her rage with a degree in Bachelor of Arts. Her debut gig came in the backdrop of Generations gig. In Generations, she starred as Noluntu Memela.
However, in 2014 she was axed from Generations after being part of the star-studded cast that protested against the showrunners for a pay rise. A year later, she bagged a gig in Ashes to Ashes. She starred as Reba Namane alongside Menzi Ngubane. From there, her next on-screen character was on Igazi as Babalwa. She had a cameo role on MTV Shuga as Cynthia Vilakazi before being cast in The Queen as Goodness Mabuza.