Wed. May 18th, 2022

Media personality, model, and actress Sharon Seno wants to go back to school because she is the only unqualified person in her family in real life. The beautiful actress plays the role of Marang Phala on the long-running SABC2 soapie Muvhango.

The beautiful actress is the middle child in a family of three. Her older brother Thabiso has a master’s degree in architecture, while her younger brother Talent studied heavy plant mechanics at a technical college in Botswana. Thabiso is 36-years-old, and Talent is 24-years-old.

Sharon is the only one who does not have any paper qualifications in the family. However, it’s not because she failed or anything of that sort. To her credit, it’s simply because she was cast into the modelling and media industry at a relatively young age due to her passion and commitment.

Muvhango leading ladies Zonke Mchunu (Imani), Sharon Seno (Marang), Buhle Samuels (Matshidiso) and Bukamina Cebekhulu (Gugu). Supplied.

The Muvhango actress dedicated all her time to modelling when she was younger. Back home in Botswana, Sharon’s mother, Naledi Seno, used to take her to auditions for adverts and television shows.

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Sharon’s determination and her mother’s support eventually paid dividends. The multi-talented actress starred in Botswana drama series Colours and Ntwakgolo before heading to South Africa. The gorgeous actress also made it to the Top 5 in the Miss Botswana pageant in 2013.

However, all this success came at a massive cost, and it meant that Sharon could not attend a tertiary institution to attain qualifications.

Muvhango’s “Marang” Sharon Seno Is The Only Unqualified Person In Her Family In Real Life
Muvhango’s “Marang” Sharon Seno Is The Only Unqualified Person In Her Family In Real Life

It’s something that she constantly thinks about. The Muvhango actress said that she plans to go back to school in the near future. Speaking on her plans to go back to school, Seno told Drum magazine,

“I’ll probably go back to school to study drama one day.”

Given how talented she is, she will probably ace the course and come out with flying colours.

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