Hamilton Dhlamini biography, Movie, awards, age, wife, background, net worth

Hamilton Dhlamini (born 15 December 1969 in Sebokeng) is a veteran and award-winning South African actor. He is also into filmmaking and playwrighting.

Sometimes credited as Hamilton Dlamini, his roles on television has added to making him popular. He is best known as businessman Korea in the SABC1 sitcom Mzee wa Two Six (2005).

He is also popular for playing Prosper in the SABC1 drama series Mzansi. He further gained presence for the roles he played in teleserials like Faith like Potatoes, The King’s Messenger, and Isithembiso.


Hamilton Dhlamini biography, Movie, awards, age, wife, background, net worth


He was born on 15 December 1969 in Sebokeng, a middle-class township in southern Gauteng. After his birth, he was named Hamilton Dhlamini.

Though he hails from a family with a poor economy, he has managed to climb his way to the top through his profession.


Hamilton is a husband and father. His wife, Martha Dlamini, is a nutritionist and they met first in a lift. Together, the couple parents three children.

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He is credited with 1984 as the year he started his career. Hamilton began through stage plays and was cast as a businessperson Korea in Mzee Wa Two Six, an SABC1 sitcom.

He landed the lead role in King Lear, an SABC1 short series in 2008. Hamilton was cast in the series Ten Bush in the same year.

He took home a Naledi Theatre Awards for the best supporting actor for his role.

In 2006, he was cast in Faith Like Potatoes as Simeon Bhengu. His performance earned him a SAFTA for best-supporting actor for his role.

Hamilton was the recipient of the Golden Horn Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film in 2007.

In 2018, he was cast as Banzi Motaung in the TV series Isithembiso and bagged the 2018 Golden Horn Award for Best Actor in a TV soap opera.

He is the founder and owner of the production company Ndlondlo Productions. In the SABC1 miniseries, he appeared as Lucky in Izingane zoBaba (April-May 2008).

He landed the role of Mojo Khumalo (a lead character) in Stokvel. Dhlamini replaced James Ngcobo on the SABC2 sitcom Stokvel, for the sixth season.

In 2012, Dlamini also starred as TT, a bumbling private investigator, in Boomba and TT, an Mzansi Magic comedy series. In 2015, starred as Mnqobi Simelane in the e.tv drama series Umlilo.


  • 2020 SAFTA Golden Horn – Best Actor – Telenovela – Isithembiso – Nominated.
  • 2018 SAFTA Golden Horn – Best Actor – TV soap-Isithembiso – Won.
  • 2007 SAFTA Golden Horn – Best Supporting Actor – Feature Film – Faith Like Potatoes (2006) – Won.



Year Title Roles
1990 The King’s Messenger Poacher
2004 Gums & Noses Street Dealer
2010 Jozi Traffic cop
2011 Otelo Burning Skhumbuzo
2013 Nothing for Mahala Foreman
2017 Lokoza Director
2017 Five Fingers for Marseilles Sepoko

TV Shows

Umlilo Mnqobi Simelane
Zero Tolerance Lefty/President Tubman
The Mayor Mapula Matlala
Stokvel Mojo Khumalo
Soul Buddyz Melusi’s Teacher
Shooting Stars Themba Zwane
Saints and Sinners Andries
  1. Reyka
Brigadier Hector Zwane
Mzee wa Two Six Korea
Mutual Friends Pat
Mzansi Prosper
Izingane zoBaba Lucky
Legacy Lucky Ntshinga
Isithembiso Banzi
eKasi: Our Stories Mbangiseni
Isibaya Andile Sibiya
DiepCity Bonga
Isono Msizi Zondo
Fluiters Bantu Ntenga
City Ses’la Uncle Mto
Home Affairs Senzo Mbatha
Boo & TT TT
Askies! Homeless Man

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