Constance Ferguson is a South African based Botswana actress, filmmaker, producer and businesswoman. She is best known for her role as “Karabo Moroka” on South Africa’s most popular soap opera, Generations. She starred on the show from its start in 1994 until she exited in 2010.
Constance Connie (born 10 June 1970), known professionally as Connie Ferguson, is a household name in the South African movie industry.
She came into the limelight after starring in the South African movie SABC soapie drama Generations.
She also bagged nationwide recognition for Harriet Khoza played on Mzansi Magic soapie drama, The Queen.
Connie Ferguson has portrayed the role of Karabo Moroka in Generations, which was widely loved too.
Connie Ferguson Bio and Wiki
- Full Names: Connie Ferguson Masilo
- Popular As: Connie Ferguson
- Gender: Female
- Occupation / Profession: Actress
- Nationality: South African
- Race / Ethnicity: African
- Religion: Christian
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
Connie Ferguson was born in the early 70s,10 June 1970, in Kimberly, Northern Cape in South Africa.
She is a Christian.
She grew up with Fish Masilo (her father) and Margaret Masilo (her mother).
Connie Ferguson mother died in 2013 after a brief illness, and her father is still very much alive. She grew up with a passion for acting and dancing.
After her primary education, set out to study law at the University. She opted for Criminal Law but was said to have failed woefully at the course.
She then decided to study drama, which she successfully did, and graduated with a drama and performing arts degree at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 2012/13.
Connie Ferguson is a South African veteran actress, film producer, and scriptwriter. She made her breakthrough in the film SABC soapie drama.
Generations appearing from the first episode back in February 1994 down to October 2010.
She occupied a lead role in Maitemogelo and Soul City in parts 1-4. She landed another significant role in What If, Crime Reporter.
Once more, she was chosen as a lead actor in the movie, Cape Of Good Hope, making a cameo appearance in Okavango.
She was also present in the movie production Danger Zone, The Right Track, Suburban, and Matawakabele parts 2 and 3, not leaving Lasilo Rula 2.
Connie Ferguson also made appearances on TV programs. Some of which are Eduspectrum, Molomo, Radiopotso, Handy Hints, Plascon Change Your World, and Continuity- CCV and SABC 2.
Her successful career has seen her starred in advertising roles, appearing for Ellerines from 1990-1995, Ultramel Custard 1992 and 1995, Black Like Me in 1998, and a host of other adverts.
She also models for fashion industries, including Wella Sheen, Eskamel, Black Chic, and telecom company Vodacom.
She did her first movie production in 2013. Producing and starring in the drama series titled Rockville. Rockville is a Mzansi Magic soapie drama series.
Connie Ferguson‘s work and effort have not gone unnoticed.
In 1993, she won an award for the South Africa Ten most beautiful women hosted by Cosmopolitan Magazine.
She was also featured in David Dodd‘s award for South Africa’s most beautiful woman.
Connie Ferguson Networth and Salary
- Net Worth: $2 million dollars
- Salary: Under Review
- Source of Income: Actress
Connie Ferguson makes her Instagram handle her Channel for updating her fans. Follow her updates on Instagram.
Connie Ferguson Children, Daughters
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 Renewal.
Connie Ferguson cars
Ferguson has driven many fancy cars over the years but one of her most precious vehicles is her red Mercedes Benz AMG63s. Her husband Shona Ferguson bought her the car in 2016. “So I just got home and found this parked in my garage! OMG, I really have no words, Shona Ferguson! I am one very lucky wife! Thank you for just… YOU!” she wrote on Instagram. Connie and her husband also own a BMW, Range Rover, and Mercedes Benz G-Wagon.
Connie Ferguson Achievements
In 1993, Ferguson 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 Birthday
- Age / How Old?: 50 years (2020)
- Zodiac Sign: Gemini
- Date of Birth: June 10, 1970
- Place of Birth: Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa
- Birthday: June 10,