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1. Miles Anderson Miles Anderson Actor, The King Is Alive Born in Rhodesia, Miles' childhood as the son of Major-General John Anderson and writer Daphne Anderson placed him at the heart of historical change in Africa in the 1950s and 60s. In 1964, his father was removed by the then-Prime Minister, Ian Smith, for his opposition to the Unilateral Declaration of Independence and...
2. Adam Croasdell Adam Croasdell Actor, Hammer of the Gods Adam Croasdell was born in Zimbabwe, Africa, to British parents. He was raised there and later went to boarding school in South Africa followed by university, in which he studied Dramatic Art, and where he graduated first in his class with Distinction in both Acting and Screenwriting. His first professional job was in 'Anthony and Cleopatra' at the prestigious National Theatre in London...
3. Chipo Chung Chipo Chung Actress, Sunshine
4. Princess Charlene of Monaco Princess Charlene of Monaco Self, Live in Monaco
5. Shana Dowdeswell Shana Dowdeswell Actress, The Big Wedding Shana Elizabeth Dowdeswell (died December 12, 2012) was born on April 1, 1989 in Harare, Zimbabwe. She then moved to New York City where she attended City and Country School, PS 3, and finally PPAS High School. She also began a career as an actress, beginning at age eight. Over the years, she accumulated many credits...
6. Mary Roscoe Mary Roscoe Actress, Les Misérables
7. Victoria Arbiter Victoria Arbiter Self, Episode #1.60
8. Matthew C. Martino Matthew C. Martino Producer, Never Change
9. Tom Murphy Tom Murphy Actor, Adam & Paul
10. Kevin Mambo Kevin Mambo Actor, One Life to Live Raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and attended Brentwood College School in Mill Bay, BC, Canada. Kevin earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Southern California. He's been playing the saxophone since he was ten years old. He also plays the piano, bass, and guitar. Won...
11. Jane Benney Jane Benney Actress, Mr. Bones
12. Paul Berenger Paul Berenger Actor, Dark Temptations Born in Zimbabwe in 1991, Paul was forced to relocate to Australia under adverse geographical circumstances. This has given him a unique outlook on life and the ability to face any challenge with an open mind and forceful determination. Paul first acquired a taste for acting in Zimbabwe at the age of 11 after seeing his older brother on stage in a primary school play...
13. Mario Frangoulis Mario Frangoulis Actor, De-Lovely Mario Frangoulis was born in 1966, in colonial Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) to Greek parents from Corfu. The political situation in Rhodesia was explosive then and when he was four his mother sent him to live with her sister and his husband in Greece. His aunt encouraged his interest in music and he studied violin at the Athens Conservatorium...
14. Leroy Gopal Leroy Gopal Actor, Yellow Card He started playing football when he was 3 years old. His first TV appearance was a Zimbabwean TV show called Paraffin when he was 7 and he played an episode of Sadza riripi. He went to Budiriro Primary school, Glen View High School and Hartzell High School. He got his O levels and he went to Masvingo Catholic College and studied Drama and theatre in 1995...
15. Mary-Ann Barlow Mary-Ann Barlow Actress, Prey
16. Alois Moyo Alois Moyo Actor, Iron Sky
17. Robert Mugabe Robert Mugabe Self, The Standard
18. Makosi Musambasi Makosi Musambasi Self, Ultimate Big Brother Special
19. Martin Le Maitre Martin Le Maitre Actor, Catch a Fire
20. Justin Gorence Justin Gorence Actor, From Justin to Kelly
21. Jack Stuart Jack Stuart Actor, The Outsider Born in 1986, in Harare, Zimbabwe, his childhood was spent moving around different countries with his parents in the Foreign Service. His learning of different cultures and languages, has led to prepare him for what has become a very promising career as an actor. He was first bitten by the acting bug...
22. Colette Bothof Colette Bothof Director, Dwaalgast
23. Lazarus Boora Lazarus Boora Actor, Yellow Card Lazarus Boora was born in Harare. He attended Mutare Teacher's college and studied drama. Later on he went to the University of Zimbabwe where he studied theatre and dance. He appeared on his first TV commercial for a beer commercial of Castle Lager. He later on worked for Joy TV and he appeared on some African TV shows...
24. Tafadzwa Kuuya Tafadzwa Kuuya Actor, Generations
25. Dick 'Chinx' Chingaira Dick 'Chinx' Chingaira Actor, Flame
26. Maggie Lloyd Williams Maggie Lloyd Williams Actress, The Low Down
27. M.K. Asante M.K. Asante Producer, 500 Years Later M.K. Asante is a bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker who CNN calls "a master storyteller and major creative force." The author of four celebrated books, Asante's new book, Buck, a memoir about his youth in Philadelphia, will be published by Random House in 2013. Asante directed The Black Candle...
28. Merav Gruer Merav Gruer Actress, A World Apart Merav Gruer was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe the daughter of entrepreneurs Shlomo and Pnina Gruer and has two younger brothers, Tahl and Ronn Gruer. Merav was offered the part of Jude Roth in "A World Apart" after auditioning for the role. She emigrated to the United States at age 12 years where she completed her high school education and continued on to college and graduate school...
29. Marcantonio Del Carlo Marcantonio Del Carlo Actor, April Captains
30. Bruce Miller Bruce Miller Actor, Treasure of the Lost Desert Born Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Studied at Bristol University, then trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, England. 1970 moved to South Africa. Played Jesus in Godspell and Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He also had a very successful career as a pop singer. His international movies include Safari 3000 (with Stockard Channing & David Carradine)...
31. Michael Gibbs Michael Gibbs Composer, Hard Boiled
32. Janica Draisma Janica Draisma Director, Sonata do Mar Janica Draisma was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in Zambia, before she came to Holland at the age of eight, with her Dutch parents. After an education in classical dance, she studied painting and film at the audio-visual department of the Rietveld Academy of Arts in Amsterdam. Graduating in 1990 she went to Paris where she took lessons in 'corporal mime' (Decroux) and saw a film a day...
33. Tsitsi Dangarembga Tsitsi Dangarembga Director, Everyone's Child
34. Christie Brazel Christie Brazel Actress, Fearless Game
35. Merle Park Merle Park Actress, The Nutcracker
36. Chris Lynam Chris Lynam Self, DAAS: The Edinburgh Years
37. Susan Burnet Susan Burnet Actress, Stamboul Train Married the actor Andrew Ray in 1959, after meeting him in the West End play Flowering Cherry. Susan moved back to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) with their two children when the couple separated, but they never divorced and remained on excellent terms. Susan retired from acting, though did return to the stage occasionally in Zimbabwe.
38. Chelsy Davy Chelsy Davy Self, Royal Wedding Day
39. Gamu Nhengu Gamu Nhengu Self, Episode #7.1
40. Tarisai Vushe Tarisai Vushe Self, Grand Final
41. Kirsty Coventry Kirsty Coventry Self, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad She was born and raised in Zimbabwe and she moved to USA when she was 18. When she was 20 years old she won gold, silver and bronze medals in swimming events at the Athens Games. In 2000, while in still in high school, Coventry became the first Zimbabwe swimmer to compete in a semi-final in the Olympics and was named Zimbabwe's Sports Woman of the Year.
42. Robert Humphreys Robert Humphreys Cinematographer, Dopamine
43. Stephen Lungu Stephen Lungu Self, Episode #6.9
44. Ulla Mahaka Ulla Mahaka Actress, Flame
45. Oliver 'Tuku' Mtukudzi Oliver 'Tuku' Mtukudzi Actor, Jit
46. Siobhan Roome Siobhan Roome Art Department, The Avengers
47. Tareq Kabir Tareq Kabir Actor, First Interview
48. Mizchif Mizchif Actor, Blu Cheez
49. Adam Thal Adam Thal Producer, Kofifi Born with the Initials A.C.T, Adam has always known that the entertainment industry was beckoning, and so from an early age decided that film making would be the way forward. Adam started his career by studying at The South African School of Motion Picture and graduated with Student of the Year as well...
50. Bonginhlanhla Ncube Bonginhlanhla Ncube Producer, 48 Bonginhlanhla Ncube, a.k.a, Mr. B. is a filmmaker. He has a H.Dip in Computer Sciences and completed his MBA. Mr. B's film journey started in 2008 when his friend asked him to direct his film called Kingsley. The film was shot on the Red One in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 2010 he entered the 48...
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