The Queen Actress Jessica Nkosi Looks Different In Her Latest Pictures

Jessica Nkosi Looks Different

Jessica Nkosi Looks Different In Her Latest Pictures

We are so used to seeing Jessica Nkosi with her signature blonde stresses when she is offscreen, that we sometimes forget she can rock other colors as well.

Seeing her character,Thando Sebata, on The Queen, rocking auburn hair, threw us off a bit as we were used to seeing her on her social media, with straight golden locks.

Jessica Nkosi Looks Different

Recently she shared pictures rocking curly auburn hair and fans were quite taken aback with her look.

She looked a bit different with the curls but no doubt pretty as ever.

Jessica Nkosi is certainly the queen of reinventing herself and manages to wow her fans most of the time

Jessica Nkosi Looks Different

The actress last year made a shocking career move when she left Isibaya, where she played the beloved Qondi to The Queen, where she now plays the diabolical Thando Sebata.

Her character on Isibaya was sweet and the good girl overall, while on The Queen, she plays a drug lord’s daughter, stone cold killer with a rather sadistic streak.

Jessica Nkosi Looks Different

Jessica revealed that she left Isibaya’s because she wanted to try out new things instead of always playing the same role

“I really do not like to be typecast and this is how we evolve as actors,” she said. “I have a list of the characters I want to play. I’m not even close to completing my list. I want to play a superhero; I want to play the villain who kills everybody; I want to play the druggy on the street; I want to play a man even. I want to be able to gain weight to play a certain character. I always think of Charlize Theron who gained weight to be in Monster, and I’m like, that’s what I want to do,”

We can say this is just the beginning for her.


Nomzamo Mbatha Opens Up Her Role On Coming To America 2

New Warrant Of Arrest For Bushiri As Police Bars His Family From Leaving Malawi

Mzwandile Ngubeni Joins The River After 5 Year Break From TV