Connie Chiume salary at Gomora Ieaked
No doubt she has been making all sorts of headlines of late. She has wowed Mzansi with her unmatched talent. Connie Chiume is a South African actress best known as Mam’Sonto on the Mzansi Magic soapie, Gomora.
The seasoned actress has been gracing our small screens for years. However, currently, she is nailing the Mam’Sonto on Gomora. Her acting career spans decades, and she was thrust into the limelight in 1977.
Her debut on small screens came when she starred as Stella Moloi on Zone 14. She later bagged a gig on Rhythm City as Mamokete Khuse. She later appeared in Home Affairs, Khululeka (Seasons 1-3), Yizo Yizo 3, Soul City, Housekeepers and Generations.
Recently she was featured in an international movie Black Panther. However, she is more than an actor, and she has been celebrated for uplifting actors through her workshops. However, with her illustrious career spanning decades, she has managed to cap her acting career with accolades. The seasoned actress is one of the few actresses who has worked on starring in several series.
The mother of two sons and a daughter has blessed her family with some pure talent. Chiume daughter was thrust into the limelight after bagging a gig on The Queen. Well, her daughter also doubles as a musician.
However, despite being on Gomora, Connie starred in some of the series and made a difference with her acting flair.
2018: Black Panther as a mining Tribe Elder
2017: Thula’s Vine TV series as Nothando
2015: Lerato as a pastor
2013: Fanie Fourie’s Lobola as Zinzi
2005: Zone 14 TV series as Stella Moloi
2004: Masinyo Dot Q TV series as MA Mavuso
2004: In My Country as Virginia Tabata
2000: I Dreamed of Africa as Wanjiku
1999: Chikin Biznis. The Whole Story! As Thoko
1998: Terarztin Christine III: Abenteurer in Sudafrika TV movie
1994: The Line TV series as Rosie
1994: The Air Up There Mrs Urudu
1990: Warriors From Hell as Marita
1989: Inkom’ Edla Yodwa TV series as Tembi
Salaries of actors are determined by variables like time on scenes, role prominence and experience. No doubt Gomora is a low budget drama series, but it pays well is star-studded cast. For her Ma’Sonto character the seasoned actress is paid a whopping R75000 per month.