Who exactly is Welile Nzuza

Actor Welile Nzuza is from South Africa and was born on April 28, 1982. He is most recognized for his parts in the well-liked movies Kalushi: The Tale of Solomon Mahlangu, Wonderfully Broken, and Vehicle 19.

Biography of Welile Nzuza

Welile Nzuza Biography
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Full name : Welile Nzuza
Date of birth : 28 April 1982
Place of birth : South Africa
Education : Unknown
Height : 1.69m
Occupation : Actor
Known for : Kalushi
Net worth : Unknown
ationality : South African

Early and Personal life

He was born in South Africa on April 28, 1982. Making him 41 years old as of 2022. While he was a cop on television. In real life he’s had some trouble with the police. In fact, he was found guilty of possessing dagga in 2011 and was given a three-year prison term with a five-year suspension at the Randburg Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg. [1]

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Height and Net Worth

His height according to his agency is put at 169cm or 1.69m. So, he is of average height for a South African male. His net worth is unknown, however. Several sources suggest that he has a net worth of at least $300 000. As of 2023. [2]

Career of Welile Nzuza

Welile Nzuza Biography
Image of Actor Welile known for Kalushi

His acting career began with roles in various plays. He then made his television debut in 2000 in the part of “Dumi” in the well-known soap opera 7de Laan. The program continued to air today and won multiple honors at various award festivals. He was chosen for the part of private eye “Fana Baloyi” in the e.tv soap opera Scandal! in 2005. Nzuza continued to play the part in the immensely successful production until 2008. Subsequently he was appointed director of Rhythm City, a well-liked soap opera.

He made his international film debut in 2013 with the leading character of “Mohawk” in the blockbuster American movie Vehicle 19. Then, in 2014, he played the character “Vusi” in a series called Sticks and Stones. He took on the role of “Bafana” in the Task Force television series that same year. He portrayed “Sergeant Galane” in the Z’bondiwe television series in 2015. He rose to fame in 2016 thanks to the true-to-life biopic Kalushi: The Tale of Solomon Mahlangu. He was Tommy London, a supporting character in the movie. The movie received praise from critics and prizes at various film festivals.