Who Is Mncedisi Shabangu?
Shabangu is a South African filmmaker, writer, performer, and actor. Shabangu was born on 3 November 1973 in KwaMashu Durban. He was very much interested in acting from an early stage of his life, so he pursued a career in the entertainment industry as he grew older.
The South African actor was a theatre enthusiast at the outset. He received his theatre training at The Royal National Theatre Studio in London and Market Theatre Laboratory in Johannesburg, where he graduated in 1998 with a concentration on Shakespeare and storytelling using unpunctuated text.
Shabangu has written, directed, and performed in many noteworthy stage, film, and television productions over the years. He was awarded several prestigious accolades for his impeccable talent in the titles. They include the Graham Lindop award for the most improved actor, FNB Vita for best-supporting actor in Call us crazy, FNB Vita for best director in Vuka Machel, and Fleur Du Cap and KKNK Karna for best actor in Tshepang, and more.