Siya Xaba (born 26 July 1997) is a South African actor. He is best known for being cast in End Game. He played the role of Zweli Hlatswayo in the SABC1 political serial.
His interest in acting dates back to his teenage days. In 2010, Xaba appeared in the television series Strike Back. In the popular television serial Gomora, he appeared as Langa.
He always does exceptionally well playing his roles. This made him one of the fan-favorite actors in South Africa.
|Born||26 July 1997 (age 24 years)|
|Education||Parktown Boys High|
|Net worth||70 thousand USD (2021)|
The popular actor was born in Johannesburg on 26 July 1997. The actors host a celebration annually in remembrance of his date of birth on 26th July.
Though, he rather maintains a cagey way of life which made details about his parents unknown. In 2017, he had his matriculation at Parktown Boys High.
The actor has is no newbie in the television and film industry. He had been performing since his days as a teenager. Though he walked into the limelight for his role in End Game.
He was cast as Zweli Hlatswayo in the political series thriller on SABC1. In 2016, he played a starring role in the 2016 Hollywood movie Queen of Katwe.
Siyabonga landed a role in the popular crime series Gomora in 2020. He appeared in the first and second seasons of 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls as Xolani.
Young Chekura was the role he played in the first season of The Book of Negroes.
In End Game season one, Siyabonga was cast as Zweli Hlatswayo. In 2010, he played the role of Najim in the first season of Strike Back.
Other acting credits include Langa in Gomora, Forget in Soul Buddyz, and Young African on Plane in The Hot Zone (2019).
|4Play: Sex Tips for Girls||Xolani|
|The Hot Zone||Young African on Plane|
|The Girl from St. Agnes||Tim|
|The Book of Negroes||Young Chekura|
|End Game||Zweli Hlatswayo|
The young actor has made for himself in the industry. Siya Xaba is estimated to have a net worth of around 70 thousand USD.
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