“South Africans need to let go of the idea that acting isn’t an important job.“ They don’t respect our craft because they think of it as a hobby. This is a profession.
“We go to school and can get a master’s degree and a doctorate. I’ve wanted to get this out so people appreciate our work.”
Nyalleng, who has a BSc in chemical engineering, said it wasn’t for her.
“I started acting at a young age. I’d attend acting classes. In my final year of engineering, I realised I didn’t want to be an engineer.”
She wanted to be a performer.
“I attended acting classes in the US. I attended classes in four studios.”
She played small roles in Mzansi Bioskop movies.
“I learnt if you don’t get big roles, settle for small ones. I did that until I got the role of Mpho Rankoane on e.tv’s Ashes to Ashes.”
She’s excited about playing Zekhethelo.
“I love that she changes. She’s been a druggie, a cop, and a medical student. I can always refer back to all I learnt in America and apply it.”
- Catch Nyalleng on Uzalo on weekdays at 8.30 pm.
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Source: Daily Sun