|Stage Name:||Gabisile Tshabalala|
|Real Name:||Gabisile Tshabalala|
|Occupation:||South African Actress, Presenter|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||20 June 1990 (31 Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Soshanguve, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa.|
|Education:||State Theatre, Pretoria|
Gabisile Tshabalala Biography
Gabisile Tshabalala is a South African actress and presenter who had a stint as a boxer on the international scene when she was much younger.
At the outset, her attention oscillated among several fields. But then she soon found a place in the world of acting. She applied to play a character in the SABC soapie Hola Mpintshi, which she got eventually.
Her big break came later after she was picked as part of the cast for Intersexions.
Born in 1990, Gabisile Tshabalala is currently 31 years old.
Who is Gabisile Tshabalala’s husband? That’s one question fans have been asking for as long as we can remember. The actress herself has not helped matters by being mum on the subject.
Her husband is said to be a private person, and since Gabisile Tshabalala has not proffered details about him, he remains a mysterious figure to her fans. Anyway, the important thing is that she’s happy in her relationship.
Not much is available about Gabisile Tshabalala’s parents. Her parents were thought to have separated when she was young and she was therefore raised by her grandparents.
Her mother had remarried thereafter. The new man in her life, Gabisile Tshabalala’s stepdad, played the role that her biological father didn’t.
According to reports, Gabisile Tshabalala was shy at the outset, but her stepdad helped build her self-confidence – something that has contributed to the person she is and appreciates.
Gabisile Tshabalala might be famous as an actress and presenter right now, but earlier in her life, she was a professional boxer who had competed at the international level.
In her days of boxing glory, she was known as Gabisile “Simply The Best” Tshabalala. That’s not surprising because she’s the first South African female boxer to win a World Boxing Council (WBC) title.
At the time her boxing career took root, she was, in her own words, “living in a shack” with her four siblings and grandparents. Around that period, also, especially when she faced the Zambian Catherine Phiri, she nursed a dream of using the money earned from her fight to build a decent house for her grandparents.
Her story has since changed, and she’s more comfortable than she was previously.