Sophie Ndaba, a South African actress, began acting 25 years ago, and she is taking a break to commemorate the occasion.
The 49-year-old claimed that she put her entire energy to her role as Queen on Generations. One of her professional low points was leaving the soap opera.
It was sad because it was my home, she remarked, but I knew that one day I’d leave to advance in the field.
After filming the second season of Family Secret for SABC1 last year, Sophie claimed she took this year off.
I’m taking some time off to restructure Sophie Ndaba Events.
I want to concentrate on it.
Sophie stated that she would seize any acting possibilities that were presented to her, but in the interim, she had to prioritize her business.
She added that she started acting at age 17 and learned from people like Lilian Dube and Sello Maake kaNcube. She remarked, “I am creative because I have talent, even if I didn’t go to school for it.”
If you think you have talent, pursue it, and never give up, Sophie said.
She claimed that although she had experienced health issues, she now lived with type 2 diabetes as part of her way of life.
She also developed into a motivational speaker and advocate for those with the disease after receiving her diagnosis five years ago.
She expressed her gratitude to South Africans for their ongoing support.