South African actress Linda Sebezo’s age, family, house, background
Linda Sebezo is a well-known South African actress, singer, and dancer. Koko in the SABC1 sitcom Gauteng Maboneng is one of her most well-known television roles.
The experienced actress has also acted in a number of television dramas. Her remarkable acting abilities have enthralled people around the country.
She was born on 11 November 1964 and is sometimes credited as Linda Sebenzo. She boasts of over four decades in the movie industry. She kicked off her acting career with Gibson Kente Productions in 1980.
She has appeared in a number of local television serials as an actress. She was a leading lady in Gauteng Maboneng. She landed the role of Koko in the SABC1 sitcom. Linda has continued to tour both locally and internationally since she first began the acting field in 1980. She has appeared in Generations, Hlala Kwabafileyo, Kwakhala Nyonini, Soul Buddyz, and more films.
As a director, she is the brain behind The Call and Mfowethu, both are Gibson Kente’s plays, in 2009. She has also participated in developing young talents into realizing their dreams in dancing, singing, and acting.
In an episode of eKasi: Our Stories, she played the lead character Nondumiso. Linda made an appearance in the e.tv drama series in 2010. In 2012, she returned to the show as Mrs. Letoaba in an episode titled Inheritance. The next year, in 2013, she was cast as Ma Josephine Rannko in Samsokolo, a Mzansi Magic Sitcom.
In the next year, 2013, she landed a starring role as Ma Josephine Rannko in Samsokolo, an Mzansi Magic Sitcom. She landed a guest-starring role in an episode of Ngempela, an SABC1 docu-drama in 2014. Still, in 2014, Linda landed a starring role in Sticks and Stones, an SABC1 drama series. In 2017, she landed another starring role as Sis Dina in Rented Family, an SABC1 sitcom. The character is a former beauty queen who lives on her past glories.
She is a proud single mother of two children Thandi (daughter) and Fezile (son). Linda Sebezo’s daughter wants to follow in her mother’s footsteps. She wants to be an actress and currently owns a hair-selling business. Her soft-spoken son wants to be a gospel musician.