Rosemary Zimu joining ‘The Queen’ and this making her late uncle Neyi Zimu proud

Rosemary Zimu joining ‘The Queen’ and this making her late uncle Neyi Zimu proud

Rosemary Zimu joining 'The Queen' and this making her late uncle Neyi Zimu proud

It’s not possible for anyone to deny that Ferguson Films’ The Queen serves on-screen show for quite a long time and entertainer Rosemary Zimu is prepared to add zest to the well known telenovela.

The youthful entertainer will play Warona, the girl of 41-year-old cougar Mildred Sefatsa, played by Kuli Roberts, and she told TshisaLIVE in a meeting that she can hardly wait for the world to meet her intriguing character.

“It feels incredible. I’m honored and respected to be a piece of The Queen. I have purposeful weight. I don’t let myself feel any weight from anybody. I am captivated by completely everything about Warona. She’s quite extraordinary to some other job I’ve played,” she said.

The 27-year-old entertainer, who is initially from the Vaal, clarified how her adoration for acting started at Sunday school and how, when she understood she needed to represent a living, nothing could stop her.

Since joining the business in 2016, Rosemary has just acquainted herself with Mzansi on huge creations Generations: The Legacy,’s Scandal! furthermore, Isidingo.

Rosemary said she sent up a little prayer of thanks that she had relatives, for example, the late gospel craftsman Neyi Zimu, to assist her with exploring media outlets’ highs and lows.

“I are very brave individuals in the business so I realized it was difficult before I entered. It’s regarded me however, I’ve learned I’m despite everything adapting to such an extent. My confidence has truly helped me get up after all the ‘no’s’ I’ve packed away and I’m appreciative for the entryways that have opened.”

Talking about her uncle who kicked the bucket in December 2019, in the wake of surrendering to malignancy, Rosemary said one of the best life exercises he instructed her was to consistently confide in God.

“He trained me right off the bat to confide in God. Also to praise your highs and grasp your lows and ultimately to consistently transmit positive vitality, since no one can really tell who needs it,” she said.

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