Who Is Amamkele (Ama) Qamata? Mzansi Magic viewers are now wondering who Ama Qamata is, the young star’s talent in the new telenovela, Gomora. On this post am going to give you details about Ama Qamata, her bio, profile, age and many more. Continue reading below…
Amamkele (Ama) Qamata is a young South African actress who came to the limelight of the South African entertainment industry after picking up a role as Buhle in the new Mzansi Magic telenovela, Gomora. Amamkeke Qamata hails from the Eastern Cape village of Cala in the Sakhisizwe municipality. Ama Qamata interest in acting started in her primary school days when she played the character of Snow White in a school play and received critical acclaim from teachers and fellow pupils for her performance.
Ama Qamata Profile
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Who Is Ama Qamata
At age 21, Ama Qamata is putting her name in gold as she picks up her acting role in Soapie, Gomora. Ama Qamata is a young talented South African actress who is populary known for her role in Mzansi Magic telenovela, Gomora.
Ama Qamata Education
Ama Qamata went to reddam house school South Africa for her college education and thereafter got admission in University of Cape Town to study theatre and performance. In her pursuit to start off her career Ama Qamata has put her studies on hold and moved to Johannesburg to shoot Gomora.
Ama Qamata Netflix
Ama Qamata plays a lead role in new Netflix series. In 2019, Netflix announced that she was one of the two young leads of the mystery drama series Blood & Water – the streamer’s second original African series. In it she plays Puleng, an intelligent yet spontaneous 16-year-old who investigates the cold case of her abducted-at-birth older sister. The series debuts on Netflix in 2020.
Facts About Ama Qamata
She is 21 years of age.
She acted on E.tv soap opera Rhythm City
Ama Qamata is also in the international film Commandos: The Mission.
She also starred in SABC 1’s My Perfect Family while she was in high school.
Ama Qamata has worked with seasoned actresses such as lead Katlego Danke, Port Elizabeth’s Zolisa Xaluva, Themba Ndaba, Thembi Seete, Connie Chiume and newcomers Ntobeko Sishi and Siphesihle Ndaba