what is Sandra Prinsloo Net Worth?
What is Sandra Prinsloo net worth?
Sandra Prinsloo Sandra Prinzlow, is a South African actress best known internationally for her role as Kate Thompson in the 1980 film The Gods Must Be Crazy. Prinsloo has also appeared in numerous South African television, film, and stage productions.
In this article we will be bringing to you Sandra Prinsloo net worth.
Early life and career
Prinsloo graduated from the Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool and then completed her B.A. honours in drama at the University of Pretoria. Soon after, she became a member of the Performing Arts Council Transvaal acting company.
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“One night we were performing and it was as if something absolutely magical happened. It was as if a golden net was cast down. Everything was magical that evening and everybody felt it in the cast … It was something enchanting that happens in the exchange of the energy between the audience and the actors”.
Prinsloo has said that after that night, she realised that acting was her calling.
In addition to her well-known role in The Gods Must Be Crazy, Prinsloo has had major roles in Target of an Assassin (1979), Quest for Love (1988), Die Prins van Pretoria (1992), Soweto Green (1995), ‘n Paw Paw Vir My Darling (2015), Twee Grade van Moord (2016).
Prinsloo was in the original cast of Egoli: Place of Gold, South Africa’s first soap opera. For many years, she hosted her own talk show, RaakPraat met Sandra, on South Africa television.
Sandra Prinsloo Net Worth
Sandra Prinsloo net worth is $10 million. Prinsloo was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Naledi Theatre Awards The awards are offered annually by the Naledi Theatre Awards Committee.
Prinsloo was the recipient of a national order by the South African government, the Order of Ikhamanga in silver, for those whose outstanding work has benefited South Africa.
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Among the numerous movies she has starred includes;
- The Seagull (Die Seemeeu) (2019)
- Twee Grade van Moord (2016)
- ‘n Paw-Paw vir My Darling (2015)
- Soweto Green (1995)
- The Prince of Pretoria (1993)
- In the Name of Blood (1990)
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