Connie Ferguson, (born 10 June 1970 in Kimberly, Northern Cape, South African), actress and producer best known for playing the role of Karabo Moroka in SABC sopaie drama Generations and Harriet Khoza on Mzansi Magic soapie drama The Queen.
Who is Connie Ferguson?
Connie Ferguson was born on 10 June 1970, in Kimberly, Northern Cape, South Africa.
Connie Ferguson parents
Connie Ferguson was raised by her parents, Fish Masilo and Margaret Masilo. Connie’s mother passed away in 2013.
Connie Ferguson husband and children
Connie Ferguson is married to Aaron “Shona” Ferguson and has a daughter, Alicia.
Connie Ferguson ex-husband
Connie Ferguson and actor Neo Matsunyane tied-the-knot in the early 90s. The couple divorced in 1998. They have a daughter together named Lesedi Matsunyane (born 31 December 1992).
Connie Ferguson played the role of Karabo Moroka on the long-running SABC1 soapie Generations, from the first episode on 4 February, 1994 to October, 2010. She also starred as Marang Lebone, a helicopter-mom and the matriarch of the Lebone family, in the M-Net soap opera The Wild, from 2011-2013.
Connie has played lead roles in What If, Crime Reporter, Maitemogelo and Soul City 1, 2, 3 and 4. She had a lead role in the production Cape of Good Hope and made a guest appearance on Okavango.
She has also made cameo appearances on Danger Zone, Matswakabele 2 and 3, Lesilo Rula 2, On The Right Track and Surbuban Bliss.
Continue reading Connie Ferguson wins the Favourite Personality award at the #DStvMVCA #DStvMVCA2022. She dedicated her award to her late husband, Shona Ferguson.👉