Hamilton Dlamini, also addressed as Hamilton Dhlamini, is a multifaceted man; the veteran actor is an all-rounder known for harnessing the full potentials and power of the entertainment industry. He has been featured in so many South African movie industry blockbuster movies.
Hamilton Dhlamini (born December 15, 1969) is a renowned South African actor, playwright, and filmmaker. His fame and respect quadrupled because of his outstanding performances.
He has featured on Isithembiso, Faith Like Potatoes, and The King’s Messenger.
|Full Name:||Hamilton Dhlamini|
|Stage Name:||Hamilton Dlamini|
|Born:||15 December 1969 (age 53 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Sebokeng, South Africa|
|Wife • Spouse:||Martha Dlamini|
|Girlfriend • Partner:||N/A|
|Occupation:||Actor • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||US$1 million-US$5 million|
Hamilton Dlamini was born in Sebokeng, Gauteng, South Africa, on the 15th of December 1969. The actor spends most of his youthful days in his hometown of South Africa.
Although there are still no valid details of his parents and siblings. Information concerning his mother and father has not been made public.
Hamilton Dlamini was born to a destitute family in a remote town in Sebokeng, South Africa.
He is married to Martha Dlamini, a dietitian, and they have three children together. He met his soulmate in an elevator and picked interest in her.
He got married to Martha Dlamini, and they both gave birth to three lovely children. Hamilton Dlamini‘s wife is the type of lady that likes to maintain anonymity. She prefers to keep her identity unknown, and on the other hand, He is doing a great job in maintaining his wife anonymity.
Hamilton Dlamini once disclosed in an interview how he met his wife and how she played a significant role in changing his life.
Hamilton Dlamini also narrated how people would always laugh at him. And he told people he met his wife in an elevator. When he met her in the elevator, the actor said that he blatantly told Martha Dlamini (now his wife) how attractive and beautiful his wife is.
He further revealed that the compliment did not sit well with Martha Dlamini for the first time, but he likened her reaction towards his compliments an expected behaviour among ladies. She even told me that she had a boyfriend, Hamilton Dlamini narrated.
Hamilton Dlamini said he is very delighted that his wife genuinely understands his career’s nature, and she never hesitates to support me whenever her help is needed. He also said he wouldn’t have gone far in his career if it weren’t for his wife support.
Hamilton Dlamini grew in his hometown of Sebokeng, where he received his primary education. However, after thorough research and a series of outreach conducted by TheCityCeleb, we found out there are no valid and valuable details about his educational background. For personal reasons, the thespian prefers not to disclose his academic knowledge to the public.
Hamilton Dlamini began his acting career in early 1984. In the SABC 1 sitcom, Mzee Wa Two Six, he played a role of a businessman named Korea. In early 2008, he played the lead role in the SABC1 miniseries, a drama based on William Shakespeare tragedy King Lear. He also played the lead character named ‘Mojo Khumalo‘ in the SABC 2 comedy titled Stokvel.
In 2008, he starred in Mncedisi Shabangu‘s television series titled Ten Bush. He went on to win the Naledi Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor for his outstanding performance. Then, in 2009, he worked on Woyzeck on the Highveld with William Kentridge and the Handspring Puppet Company.
In 2006, he appeared in a film titled Faith Like Potatoes by Regardt van den Bergh. He was nominated for a South African Film and Television Awards (Safta) for best supporting actor for his performance.
Hamilton Dlamini was also named Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film by the Golden Horn Award in 2007. In the popular television series titled Isithembiso, he played the role of ‘Banzi Motaung‘ in 2018. He got the Golden Horn Award for Best Actor in a TV Soap Opera for ‘Isithembiso‘.
- Instagram handle: @Hamiltondhlamini
Hamilton Dlamini currently sits on a whopping US$1 million to US$5 million worth of wealth and net worth. His fortune is majorly realized from his roles in television related features.
- The King’s Messenger
- Scoop Schoombie
- Gums & Noses
- Faith like Potatoes
- Izingane Zobaba
- Otelo Burning
- Nothing for Mahala
- Five Fingers for Marseilles