THEATRE performer and singer Nomzamo Dlamini knew her destiny since she was six years old.
The 33-year-old artist from Joburg told Daily Sun that she was born an entertainer.
She said she was inspired by the late Brenda Fassie and how she told stories with her music.
"Whenever I was asked what I wanted to be when I grow up, I would say I wanted to be like Brenda," said Zamo.
In 2011, the actress auditioned for Mbongeni Ngema's musical show in Swaziland.
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"He told me that I was good when we were doing workshops. That's when I knew that I was destined for greatness," she said.
Zamo said she made an appearance on Thapelo Mokoena's show called Jackpot Mathambo in 2013.
"In 2016, I did a show called Faith Takes Time, which was directed by Nicolas Nkuna of Skeem Saam. I played the role of Faith on the show," she said.
The role was followed by her performance on Inkosi, produced by Word of Mouth Productions for SABC1 in 2017.
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"This is where I played the role of Thandeka. I am happy to be living my childhood dream and my journey so far has been amazing," she said.
Now the talented actress is on the Mzansi Magic comedy show called Lenyalo Hase Papadi.
Zamo said she is looking forward to creating lots of great opportunities.
"I am planning on growing my beauty business. I will also be releasing more music in the future. As we speak, I am cooking up something new." Zamo said.