Please introduce yourself. What do you do? Why? What do you want people to know about you?
Hello, I am Sarah Mhlanga I am an actress in my 30’s from Manchester UK. I have been acting for 18 years and you will see me in a lot of TV commercials and short films.
One of my latest projects is called Shaking Up The Royal Family. It aired last December 28th, 2021 on Japanese TV Channel NHK, where I played the very famous Duchess Meghan Markle.
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What qualities make you different and unique from everyone else in the industry?
I put my heart and soul into every project big or small. This is because acting is my passion and what motivates me. I have an enormous amount of commitment attention to detail and hard work that goes into every role.
I just love what I do, so being on a set energizes me, no matter how many hours we film for.
The thing that stands out about me to most people is my resemblance to Meghan Markle. So I often get cast as her. I recently played her on the Netflix comedy series Pentaverate and continue to get cast as her for other things.
I do play many other characters too and have shown them this year in various films this year. In Two Spirit One Soul I played the main part of Mum and girlfriend in Stars of Your Life.
Describe THAT moment when you realized you’re doing what you were born to do.
When I was on a Crime Scene Reconstruction for Crimes That Shook Australia and I found out we were shooting past midnight. For some reason, I was not tired or bothered. In fact, I was excited to keep filming. That’s when I knew acting was for me.
I get bored easily of everything else. But when I am immersed in another character and storyline I come alive.
What’s been the biggest challenge you’ve had to go through and how did you grow through it?
I had to cry for 35 takes. In the last scene in Two Spirit One Soul, where I say goodbye to my son, I cry. And because something was wrong with the sound and lighting, I had to repeat the take 35 times.
Each time I had to cry, I did it each time. But towards the last few takes, it started to become hard and take me a bit longer to feel the pain for real. I can’t ever pretend.
Who are the TOP 3 people you’d want to meet that could elevate your career or business? Why these specific individuals?
I would love to meet Lady Gaga, as I admire her acting so much. I would also like to meet the director Quinton Tarantino. And Will Smith.
Drop your social media links.
- Instagram: www.instagram.com/sarahmhlangaofficial/