Ferry Jele is the definition of beauty with the brain; the beautiful thespian is blessed with multiple talents.
She is a well-known actress in the south African entertainment industry. Ferry Jele is also a dancer and a voice-over artist. When you speak of skill in the entertainment industry, she checks all the boxes.
Ferry Jele (born 19 September 1981) is a role model to upcoming youngsters looking forward to toil in her path of career. Any movie she debuts in is full of suspense.
She has a way of keeping her viewers in awe while they try to predict her next move. It will amaze you to know that Ferry Jele is also a movie director.
Ferry Jele made her first movie debut in 1994 with the film “Soul City. She went on to cast in a couple of additional TV series after her first movie debut. Some of her notable works are “iNkaba,” “Society,” and “Emoyeni.” She also enjoy singing and dancing.
Among other things, she has also acted as a voice-over artist to a handful of fictional characters. Ferry Jele also starred as Veronica in the award-winning movie “The River, ” which she also directed.
She delivered a very outstanding job in the film.
South African actress
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Ferry B. Jele|
|Stage Name:||Ferry Jele|
|Born:||19 September 1981 (age 40 years Old)|
|Place of Birth:||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Spouse • Husband:||Married|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||N/A|
|Occupation:||Actress • Filmmaker|
|Net Worth:||$300,000 – $600,000|
Ferry Jele was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is the youngest of three children in her family.
She was born on the 19th of July, 1981. She is 40 years Old.
Ferry Jele attended Johannesburg’s primary and high schools.
Although she was the first cast in Jerry Mofokeng‘s musical titled “Mild Stones,” she eventually got her massive breakthrough after her appearance in the program.
Consequently, Ferry Jele made a debut in Orlando. She rose to prominence in 2002 after appearing in the SABC2 serial drama, Muvhango, where she played the role of an advocate.
Ferry Jele attended primary and high schools in Johannesburg. Jele earned a national diploma in drama & theatre from the Natal Technikon University.
Ferry Jele has written a couple of TV series; she has acted in theatrical plays such as Blues of Biko, Milestones, Bozzoli, Cats & Dogs, Shattered Dreams, Maru, Julius Caesar, Enquiry, Madiepetsane, Stockings and Stilettos, Lest We Forget, The Third Coming, and King Lear.
In 2007, she played the role of Busi Makhubu in the miniseries Society and the drama series ‘’Jacob’s Cross’’. Ferry Jele has also been in other notable theatre programs. She has also worked as a performance coach for the Rhythm City e.tv soap series.
Ferry Jele has established herself as a unique tv personality in South Africa. From being a performance coach for the Etv show ‘Rhythm City‘, she also did a remarkable job starring and directing the south African Telenovela show, The River.
Ferry Jele was also nominated for the Golden Horn Award for Best Achievement in Telenovela Directing. In reaction to the award, she stated, “I am so overwhelmed and touched by the love shown to me.
Ferry Jele is a married woman with two lovely children. She is very discreet about her personal affairs.
She tries as much as possible to keep all personal information about herself far away from the internet and social media. There are no records of her husband’s name, neither is there a picture for reference.
Ferry Jele‘s net worth estimation is around $300,000 to $600,000. As a performance coach and actress, she made most of her wealth from entertainment.
However, she also makes money by writing movie scripts, directing movies, doing voice-overs, and getting endorsements deals from companies.
- Instagram handle: @ferry_jele
- Blues of Biko
- Cats & Dogs
- Shattered Dreams
- Julius Caesar
- Stockings and Stilettos
- Lest We Forget
- Ashes to Ashes (2015-2016) – Season 1
- Ashes to Ashes (2015-2016) – Season 2
- Donkerland – Season 1
- Emoyeni – Season 1
- Mme Monare
- iNkaba – Season 1
- Florence Malinga
- Isidingo – Season 1
- Jacob’s Cross – Season 1
- Busi Makhubu
- Jacob’s Cross – Season 2
- Busi Makhubu
- Jacob’s Cross – Season 3
- Busi Makhubu
- Legacy – Season 1
- Sanele’s Mom
- Mzansi – Season 1
- Mzansi – Season 2
- Rhythm City – Season 1
- Rockville – Season 1