Connie Ferguson Biography
Connie Ferguson (née Masilo) is a Motswana actress, producer and model born in Lobatse, Botswana. She is famous for her role on South Africa’s most popular Soap Opera, Generations in 1994. She again agreed to reprise her role as Karabo in 2014 after a three-year absence from Generations which aired on SABC 1.
Connie Ferguson Age
She was born on 10th June 1970 in Kimberley, Northern Cape in South Africa. She is 48 years old as of 2018.
Connie Ferguson Family | Connie Ferguson Parents
Connie is the daughter of Fish Masilo and Margaret Masilo. Her mother Margaret died in 2013.
Connie Ferguson Husband
She is married to Aaron ‘Shona’ Ferguson and has two daughters, Lesedi and Alicia. The couple got married in November 2001 and renewed their wedding vows at a beautiful ceremony in 2011. Shona is a self-confessed hopeless romantic who enjoys spoiling his wife Connie with lavish gifts, flowers and home-cooked meals.
In an interview she said, “Shona is my soulmate. Before he came along I didn’t know how to love so completely and I want my daughters to know their prince is out there. I still have a crush on my husband. I sometimes wonder what I’ve done to have the love of such a man.”
Connie Ferguson Daughters | Connie Ferguson Children
The actress is a mother of two. Her daughters are Lesedi Ferguson and Alicia Angel Ferguson. She is also a grandmother to her eldest daughter’s (Lesedi) son. She loves the young boy by the name Ronewa.
Connie Ferguson Acting Career
She also starred in the M Net soap opera ‘The Wild’, as Marang Lebone, a helicopter-mom and the matriarch of the Lebone family that aired from 2011-2013. Connie has also 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. In 2013, she produced and starred in the Mzansi Magic drama series, Rockville.
In 2013 again, she was one of the celebrities who competed in the sixth season of a reality competition ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ that was aired in SABC 3.
Connie Ferguson Net Worth
The talented actress has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Connie Ferguson Salary
She earns an estimated R75000 per month.
Connie Ferguson Achievements
In 1993, she was voted one of South Africa’s Ten Most beautiful Women by Cosmopolitan Magazine and in 1997 she was featured in David Dodd’s Portraits of South Africa’s Most beautiful Women.
Connie Ferguson TV Shows
- Generations (1994)
- Solly Loves Kina (2002-)
- Late Night News (2004-2007)
- Comedy Central Roaster… (2010-) Judge
- Generations (2013)
- Rockville (2015)
- The Queen (2016 TV series) (2016–present)
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@its_karenm @forbeswomanafrica What an amazing shoot I had!🙌🏾 I can’t wait for this issue to be on the shelves tomorrow!💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 @saadique my brother from another mother, I’m obsessed with this clean, classic look!👌🏾 What a wow!😍😍😍 @nomsamadida you are simply amazing!🙌🏾 What a team!🙌🏾😍 This September – November issue will be on shelves tomorrow. Be sure to grab yourself a copy!😬 I appreciate you!🙏🏾❤️😘 Red Jacket by @khosinkosi ❤️❤️❤️
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Connie Ferguson on the cover of Forbes Woman Africa
Published: 07 September 2018
Cape Town – Local actress and businesswoman Connie Ferguson graces Forbes Woman Africa magazine’s fifth-anniversary issue cover.
Connie and her husband, Shona, own production company Ferguson Films, who produce popular local dramas The Throne, Rockville and The Queen.
The 48-year-old, who has spent well over two decades in the entertainment industry, strikes a power pose on the cover of the September – November issue.
Connie looks graceful, and elegant in red, paired with a bold lip and stylish up-do.
Fans of the star expressed how proud and inspired the cover made them feel, calling the achievement “goals.”