Menzi Ngubane (born 4th September 1964) is a South African actor. He is known to many television show viewers as Sibusiso Dlomo, or Ngamla, on Generations.
|Date of birth||4 September 1964|
|Place of birth||Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal|
His date of birth is on the 4th of September 1964 and the place of birth is in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal province. Menzi Ngubane is 56 years old, he celebrates his birthday every year on September 4th.
Menzi was married to Lerato Sedibe but in 2014, the couple called the marriage a quit. Then he got married again to Sikelelo Sishuba in Kagiso on the West Rand.
The renowned actor owns a Ford Mustang estimated to worth around USD$26,670-USD$35,630.
He is a renowned business personality. According to Savannanews.com, Menzi has an estimated net worth of around R35,000,000 (2020).
In the year 1987, his career started after he landed the role of Cijimpi on Kwa Khala Nyonini.
He became popular by the second season if the network show following his fantastic acting skills.
Menzi also landed a starring role in uBambolwami. He was then nominated for an Avanti Awards under the Best Actor in a Drama category.
He has landed several roles on television including Jerome on the TV series Gaz’lam.
Menzi has received the vote as ‘Most Stylish Actor in a drama for Gaz’lam’. He also took home an Elle/Sunday Times Magazine Award.
He was part of theatre production, ‘A 100-year Celebration of the South African National Anthem’ in 1991.
Menzi was also involved in Kamieng, directed by Sello Maake Ka-Ncube.
He also was a cast in ‘Seazar’, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Caesar. It was staged both in South Africa and the United Kingdom.
In 2004, he played a starring role in the movie ‘Country of my Skull’ alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Juliette Binoche.
He was sacked from Generations in 2014 with fifteen other cast members. This was following a payment dispute with Mfundi Vundla, the creator of the show.
The actor underwent a ‘Kidney transplant’ the same year. The next year, in 2015, he landed the role of Detective Nkonzo Mazibuko in Ashes to Ashes, an e.tv telenovela, and made his first appearance on the 9th of July.
He then landed the role of Israel, Patrick Gumede’s brother, on Gold Diggers, an e.tv telenovela, in the same year and appeared first on the 30th of October.
Menza then joined Isibaya and played the role of a ‘taxi firm supervisor’.
The talented actor then appeared in ‘How to Steal 2 Million’ alongside John Kani, Rapulana Seiphemo, and Terry Pheto.