Nomzamo Mbatha is the most recent South African Celeb to move to the United States of America. It’s been two years since the former “Isibaya” actress moved to the United States from South Africa, and she’s slowly proving that it was one of the best decisions she’s ever made.
The actress recently announced on social media that she has been named “Hollywood’s Next Big Thing” by leading publication The Hollywood Reporter. Given the recent moves that the star has been making, the credit is monumental. Furthermore, it demonstrates what a combination of hard work and tunnel vision can accomplish. The star’s first post was to celebrate the achievement by displaying receipts proving that she is the girl she claims to be.
Mbatha later took to social media to share a behind-the-scenes look at the photoshoot she did in Los Angeles, California. In true Nomzamo Mbatha fashion, the actress served us looks first, then showed us how she enamoured the entire team around her, and finished with a touching teary-eyed celebration of being recognized by yet another international leading publication.
The honor comes after the star was previously recognized by Essence, a popular publication for people of color (POC). The actress was named one of Essence magazine’s 20 Young Black Hollywood Stars To Watch. On the star, they had written the following in the publication.
Nomzamo Mbatha has no boundaries or restrictions. As a UNHCR Ambassador, she spent time touring Kenyan refugee camps while filming Isibaya. It’s because of her dedication and care that she’s become a sought-after star in films like “Tell Me Sweet Something” and “The Jakes Are Missing.” She signed a talent management contract with Neutrogena in 2015, making her the first South African to do so.
Mbatha’s next film is “Coming 2 America,” in which he will star alongside Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall in a role that has been described as “kept under lock and key.”
The film “Coming 2 America” is approaching its international release, according to “Coming 2 America.” On Friday, March 5, 2021, the film will make its official debut on Amazon Video and in local theaters. Because of the cultural context, the film may be a much-anticipated spectacle for Americans. For South Africans, however, seeing Mbatha completely occupy space is something we can’t wait to see.