Watch: Connie Ferguson’s academic qualifications revealed

Watch: Connie Ferguson’s academic qualifications revealed

She wanted to be a lawyer – Check out Connie Ferguson’s academic qualifications as she moved from Law to acting.

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Connie Ferguson’s academic qualifications have been a topic of interest since her breakthrough in 1993 when she joined Generations. Connie Ferguson remains one of the country’s most decorated and talented actresses and has been in many drama soapies. Besides acting, she has also expanded into producing and is a businesswoman.

With such a massive profile, many fans could not believe that only talent took her that far. Some thought joining the entertainment industry many years ago was crucial in her rise. Indeed, all these factors contributed to Connie’s rise, but she also worked hard at school to learn her trade.

She was born talented, but her education played a crucial role in polishing her talent and keeping her at the top. Also, managing a business required top skills she had learned from school and life.

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MORE ABOUT CONNIE FERGUSON’S ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

The talented actress did her matric in Kimberly, Northern Cape, where she came out with flying colours. According to Mzansi profiles, Connie enrolled for a bachelor’s degree in Law at the University of KwaZulu Natal. Unfortunately, Connie could not finish her studies due to financial challenges and dropped out.

After dropping out of the University, Connie Ferguson started working on acting and began in theatre. She later found a breakthrough: she landed a role as Karabo Moroka and starred as a top actress. Connie later enrolled for a Bachelor’s in Performing Arts from The University of KwaZulu Natal.

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CONNIE’S TOP CAREER

Over the years, Connie Ferguson improved her academic qualifications and her acting skills. Since her days with Generations, she later grew as an actress, playing roles in many top drama series.

She had been in top drama series like Soul City as Dr. Lerato Molefe, The Wild, Rockville, The Queen, and Kings of Joburg. Besides acting, she founded many companies like The Ferguson Films and Connie Body Care.

 

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