Bonnie Mbuli is a South African actress best known for appearing on Afternoon Express as Host and on Charlie Jade as Louis 'Papa Louis' St. Jacques.
Date of birth
Bonnie Mbuli was born on 18 March 1979. She is 41 years old as of 2020.
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Born in Soweto, Bonnie lived with her family.
She attended Belgravia Convent and later enrolled at Greenside High School in Jo'burg.
Mbuli was formerly married to Sisanda Henna, a prominent actor and television personality. Their eight-year marriage ended in 2013 when the two separated officially in a divorce. The two sired a child and adopted another. Even after the separation, Bonnie Henna changed to her maiden name, but she took on with Henna as her surname.
Before their separation, Bonnie and Henna had two adorable children, Haniel Henna and Micaiah Henna, and they are now in Bonnie’s custody.
About four years after her divorce in 2013, Bonnie surprised her fans with a white boyfriend, Nathanial Roloff, attracting mixed racial reactions.
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Mbuli first showcased her talent at a bus stop while on her way to school.
Her competence captivated an agent to an unnamed actor, following which she landed her first television job aged 13. She featured in Viva Families cast in 1992.
In the subsequent years, Mbuli took other noticeable roles in both local and international productions, among them Cave Girls and Born Free 2.
She also presented different television magazine programs including Teleschool, Zapmag, Limits Unlimited, and Technics Heart of the Beat.
Bonnie Mbuli filmography
Besides other radio and television roles, Bonnie Mbuli is a spectacular cast in the following artistic films;
|Charlie Jade||Louis 'Papa Louis' St. Jacques|
|Hillside||Dr. Bontle Modisane|
|I Love South Africa||Contestant|
|Presenter Search on 3||Guest Judge|
|Rhythm City||Nozipho Kotwe|
|Soul City||Sister Zanele|
|Survivor South Africa||Contestant|
|The Philanthropist||Chima Balo|
|The South African Film and Television Awards||Presenter|
|When We Were Black||Mistress|
Mbuli has also successfully published an autobiography called “Eyebags and Dimples.” This best-seller memoir is largely filled with suspense, some of which will find answers in her alleged second book in the making.
|Born||18th March, 1979|
|Home City||South Africa|
|Current City||South Africa|