Warona Seane is a South African actress who has appeared in numerous television shows, films, short films and theatrical productions.
Her biggest role to date was the lead, Dineo Nkgato, in the SABC2 drama series 90 Plein Street, which aired on the channel from 2007-2012.
Seane achieved a Performers Certificate at Trinity College through the Cape Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1995, and graduated from the University of Cape Town's drama school with a Performer's Diploma in Speech & Drama in 1999.
Seane's role in 90 Plein Street was her first appearance as a main credited cast member of a show.
She has made appearances in the following television shows:
Issues Of Faith
Madam & Eve
Justice For All
She has also appeared in the short films Constant K (1997) and Kap An Driver (1998), and had a minor role in the 2004 feature film Country Of My Skull.
She has had leading and supporting roles in numerous theatre productions, including Romeo & Juliet, Sacred Thorn, Symbol of Sex & State (directed by Pieter-Dirk Uys), The Alchemist's Heart, Nothing But The Truth for Janice Honeyman, and Nongogo, directed by John Matshikiza.
She also has a starring role as Lulama, Jazzman's attractive, confident, bitchy and manipulative mistress, in the Mzansi Magic soap opera Zabalaza.