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Get To Know Uzalo Actor, Thulane Shange, In Real Life

Get To Know Uzalo Actor, Thulane Shange, In Real Life
Get To Know Uzalo Actor, Thulane Shange, In Real Life

Get To Know Thulani from Uzalo

Who is Thulani on Uzalo? The timid but suspicious Thulani on Uzalo is played by Thulane Shange. On the SABC 1 Uzalo, Thulani entered as the long lost son of Gxabhashe (played by Mpumelelo Bulose).ย 

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Thulane Shange biography

He seems to be a very private person as he shares little about his life on social media and in interviews with the press.

The Uzalo actor was born in Pretoria but relocated to Kwazulu Natal.

His home language is isiZulu but the actor is able to also speakย  Xhosa, S Sotho, Ndebele, Pedi, and English.

During his childhood, Thulane Shange went through some hardships. His family’s problems made him move from place to place his entire childhood.

The actor admitted that his relationship with his father was not a good one.

His father did not play an active role in his life, and the two had not spoken to each other for a long time.

I lived all around… So it is hard for me to pinpoint one place that I can say I grew up. I lived in Limpopo province for some years, one in Mpumalanga, a couple more in KwaZulu-Natal, then eventually in Pretoria, Gauteng with my mother. It wasn’t always easy because my parents were not married, so I was tossed from one place to the other because of family issues, Thulaniย said in an interview to TshisaLIVE:ย 


So, are you also wondering How old is Thulani from Uzalo? Thulane Nkululeko Shange is a 27 years old young man with a reserved personality.

Thulane’s Career

Shange couldn’t afford to pay his school fees. Therefore, he had to really work hard to earn enough to enable him to enrol for an affordable drama course in State Theater.

He said: When I finished high school, I struggled to get the money to go to university. But I found an ‘affordable’ course to do at the State Theater, which was drama. I got help from home to pay for the first year, but I had to hustle from that point. I am happy with my progress. I hope for more roles. My mom doesn’t always tell me she’s proud, but I’ve heard I’m often the main topic at her workplace. I know she is proud, Said Thulani.

Thulani From Uzalo Pictures/Instagram