Xolile Tshabalala (born on 9 April 1977 in Vrede, Free State) is a South African actress. She has grown to be a popular face onscreen for appearing in many television serials.
She is best known for appearing in the SABC1 soap opera Generations as Julia Motene (2002-2005). Her beautiful face has also been seen in many other television serials.
The amazing actress is also a film director and has been recognized for the impact she has made so far.In the year that she had her matriculation, she appeared in The Crucible, at the Market Theatre alongside her mentor Thembi Mtshali.
Education The actress attended the National School of the Arts. She graduated from the academic institution with the honor of best overall performer.The actress has appeared in many television productions including as Angela Ndamase in Ingozi. She also was cast in Generations, Soul City, Secret in my Bosom, among others. She has also appeared in many theatre productions like Another Child. Xolile Tshabalala has also bagged several awards as an actress including the 2003 Duku Duku Viewers Choice award. In 2004, she also received the People Magazine Crystal Award for best soap actress. She left for the United States to study at New York Film School in 2005 thereby taking a time off the screen and acting. In 2006, in season seven of the SABC1 drama series Soul City, she was cast as Sister Zama.