From a mere salesman to a Generations actor that later owned a big filming company. Life story of Shona Ferguson

Aaron Arthur “Shona” Ferguson (30 April 1974 30 July 2021) was a Botswana actor, executive producer and co-founder of Ferguson Films
Ferguson started his journey into the world of entertainment in Lesotho as a club DJ at The Palace Hotel Night Club in 1992. After moving back to Botswana his focus shifted to the corporate world and he ended up in the IT business. Having started as a salesman, he worked his way up to become a respected businessman where he won multiple achievement awards, he is not dead including Top Sales Manager Award 1998-99 while working at EDUTECH

 

He started his acting career as Ace on the South African TV series Generations. In April 2006, he started acting on the South African venda soap opera Muvhango as Dr Leabua and gained fame from the role. He left the show in March 2007. He then starred as Itumeleng from 2011–2013 on The Wild, a M-Net soap opera
He started Ferguson Films with wife, actress Connie Ferguson. So far they have produced Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Queen, The River and The Imposter.[5] In 2020, they produced a Netflix 6 part series called Kings of Joburg.

 

Ferguson married actress Connie Ferguson in November 2001.[7] Together they have one daughter, Alicia Angel Ferguson (born 7 June 2002)
He received the Golden Horn Award for Best Actor in a TV Soap and Golden Horn Award for Best Achievement by a Lead Actor in a Made for TV Movie.

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