Nomzamo Mbatha moved to Los Angeles earlier this year to focus on growing her acting career and it is paying off!
The Actress has since been cast as one of the leads in the movie Coming 2 America a sequel of its 1988 release.
“I’m rendered speechless to be a part of a project of this magnitude, and it being a classic! To God be the glory. It is truly unreal to me. The sacrifices have paid off. The goal was never insurmountable but rather a path of commitment, diligent work and sacrifices by me and my team.
"Moving to Los Angeles was a choice of faith, and God has surpassed my wildest dreams. This moment is bigger than me – this moment is for every single girl who doubts herself or just how big her God is. My life is a testament to that. My life says God is bigger than ginormous! I am grateful, I am humbled, I am honoured to be cast in 'Coming 2 America'," she was quoted saying in a statement.
Social media has also been celebrating the Isibaya star's milestone
Nomzamo will be joining a star-studded cast, which includes old and new members. The likes of Eddie Murphy (Prince Akeem), James Earl Jones (King Jaffe Joffer), Arsenio Hall (Semmi), alongside Jermaine Fowler, Kiki Layne, Teyana Taylor, to name a few.
Nomzamo's role in the sequel comes off the star’s successful showcasing of her first short film, 2 Grams and a Sunrise, at the Durban International Film Festival in July. She produced and starred in the film.