Meet Top Female Actresses in South Africa Who Are Terrible In Acting

The worst actresses often start in other avenues of fame. Some worked the runway; others were in the music industry before trying to become an actress. Many of them ended up failing and bailing on the dream of becoming an actress. So which stars crashed and burned?

Here are the worst actresses of all time, ranked from the least to the most horrible.

Larona Moagi – Tumi (The River)

For her role as Tumi (Itumeleng) on The River, South African actress Larona Moagi is well-known. She is a strong young woman who speaks out against the elders’ greed in the Telenovela. This is her first and only television job, but many viewers probably aren’t aware of that fact.


 

 

 

 

 

There have been rumors that the show’s creators may have given in to viewer demands and killed off Tumi’s character.

Fans have been demanding Larona Moagi take action to save Tumi’s life for a long time, essentially saying that she should be killed. Actress Moshidi Motshegwa, who had many disagreements with Larona Moagi on set, once commented on the latter’s acting, or lack thereof.

Ntando Duma

TV host and performer Ntando Duma. Ntando was born in 1995, and his birthplace was Orange Farm. She was a fantastic performer and had a recurring role as “Zinzi” on the popular etv series show Rhythm City.

This performer debuted last year on Mzansi Magic’s The Queen dramatization series as the character Mpho. Her performance on The Queen has been met with criticism from fans ever since she joined the cast. As one of our readers put it, “Why didn’t they just give Antoinette this lady because she’s far better than Duma Ntando?” Others have said that Ntando should have been presented with a more frantic demeanor rather than a kind one.

Sharon Seno – Marang (Muvhango)

Sharon Seno, better known as Marang on the SABC2 soap opera Movhango, was born and raised in Botswana. Sharon gained notoriety in 2013 when she placed in the top five of Miss Botswana. Sharon met all of the standards and was deserving of a spot in the top five.

The bulk of #Muvhango followers have been moaning on Social Media platforms about Marang’s terrible acting talents and they just don’t appreciate her appearance, so we can no longer be confident about that. This actress doesn’t seem to care about the role she’s playing, as she constantly draws attention to the fact that she’s acting.

Celeste Khumalo

According to reports, Celeste Khumalo, a former Miss South Africa Teen and actress, had her appearance on Generations: The Legacy cut short due to concerns about her claimed dubious acting abilities.