Sibongile Mlambo has been flying high in the United States as she is establishing her career in a more unbelievable way , she is a Zimbabwean–South African actress based in Los Angeles. Her name means “we are thankful” in Zulu. Growing up in Zimbabwe, she was inspired to pursue the arts after playing a lead role in the Jury Prize-winning international feature, “Kini & Adams,” igniting her passion for the arts.
In 2015, Sibongile relocated to Los Angeles, California, and continued passionately pursuing her craft. She starred alongside Chadwick Boseman in “Message from the King,” showed off her dance moves in “Honey 3,” played Tamora Monroe on the MTV series “Teen Wolf,” and will appear in the Netflix series “Lost in Space” and indie neo-noir crime thriller, “Under the Silver Lake.” Her credits include the Starz primetime Emmy award-winning drama “Black Sails”; Palme d’Or-nominated “The Last Face”; and French-South African collaboration, “Ladygrey,” where she was described as “an ensemble standout” by Variety’s Guy Lodge.
In the upcoming project Isaiah Johnson is set as a series regular and our Zimbabwean princess Sibongile Mlambo alongside Paul Schneider, Lauren Buglioli and Michael Esper have been tapped for recurring roles in Netflix’s Florida Man, its eight-episode series starring Edgar Ramírez, from veteran TV writer producer Donald Todd and Jason Bateman & Michael Costigan’s Aggregate Films.
In Florida Man, created by Todd, is when a struggling ex-cop (Ramírez) is forced to return to his home state of Florida to find a Philly mobster’s runaway girlfriend, what should be a quick gig becomes a spiraling journey into buried family secrets and an increasingly futile attempt to do the right thing in a place where so much is wrong. The series is described as a wild odyssey into a sunny place for shady people in the spirit of Body Heat and Elmore Leonard’s Out of Sight.