Connie Ferguson Biography: Mourning, Dancing, Age, Family, Daughter, House, Car, Net Worth - Updated, 24th September 2020

Soapie star Connie Ferguson turned her passion into a successful business.

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Connie Ferguson is one of the highest-paid actors in South Africa. 

The award-winning actress is known for her role as Karabo Moroka on Generations.

Karabo is to Generations what Brooke Logan is to The Bold & The Beautiful. 

Karabo made Connie famous, but her wit and determination helped keep her  after 25 years in the industry.

Connie Ferguson's Family Mourning

South African film and television producers, Shona and Connie Ferguson mourned the death of the Ferguson patriarch, Mr Peter Harry Ferguson.  Judging by the Instagram captions from both Connie and Shona, one could sense that, indeed Ferguson senior truly served the family wholeheartedly.

They also shared a special moment when he officiated Shona and Connie's renewal of vows ceremony, after being married for 10 years at the time.

Connie Ferguson wrote the following on her Instagram: ''SPECIAL does not even begin to describe you!❤️ We love you Fah, and will miss you dearly. The moments spent with you will forever be entrenched in our memories. Heaven has gained a soldier!🙏🏾 ❤️#RIPPeterHarryFerguson.''

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It’s my birthday today and it finally hit me that i will never hear you say “ Happy birthday Sho” again. I miss you so much dad. You called me “Dup” (Duplicate) growing up coz I looked so much like you. You taught me how to me a man. How to be there for my family. How to protect them & provide for them. You taught me to put GOD first, that JESUS CHRIST is LORD and SAVIOR. When my wife & I renewed our vows you officiated the ceremony. I will forever cherish that moment. I have never met anyone in my entire life that has faced the battles you had. Physically and otherwise. You always came out on top because you had no fear. A lot of people don’t know that the character of Jerry Maake is inspired by you. I honestly don’t know how I am going to continue playing him. I am so heartbroken dad. I wish I could hear your voice one more time. I wish I could hear you tell me that it’s all going to be OK. I cried so much writing this. I kept seeing your face. I know you are in a better place papa. I will not let you down. I will carry your name with pride. I will never forget the very last words you said to me. I made you a promise and I will keep it. I LOVE YOU DAD. Rest In peace, Pastor Peter Harry Ferguson. DULCIUS EX ASPERIS.

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To add more salt to the wound, the Fergusons lost another loved one again. Their family dog passed away. The dog named King Jesse had been with the Ferguson family for a long time and was their youngest daughter's ride or die.

The actress shared a few of Jesse pictures with the following message: “A good 14 years with you! Thank you for being our best friend, Alicia’s ride or die for most of her life, and the strongest, bravest dog ever! You are indeed royalty! Rest in power King Jesse. Thank you for the memories!”

Connie Ferguson Dancing

Amapiano is the hottest music genre in the country right now, they have taken Mzansi by storm with their slick beats and cool dance moves, even international star Ludacris is a fan.

Madumane, who has been instrumental in the genre and who also credits himself for showing Kabza De Small the rules of the music production game. Recently, he Tweeted a video of Connie Ferguson being taught how to dance to one of the songs on "Money Heist" called "Bella Ciao" by her daughter.
Connie has got the moves. 

Connie Ferguson age

She was born on June 10, 1970, in Kimberley, Northern Cape.  She is 50 years old. The actress has been praised for her youthful looks, with many saying she is ageing like fine wine. Conne's fitness and workout routines have also added to her good looks.  Her killer abs have nearly broken the internet several times.
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Connie Ferguson biography 

Connie Ferguson became a household name when she joined the cast of Generations in 1994. She played the role of Karabo Moroka and appeared on the show’s very first episode. Connie worked on the hit soapie for 16 years before leaving in 2010. 

“In 2010, I did the scariest thing ever and left Generations, sometimes this is where you have to trust your instincts and take a chance. I had sleepless nights thinking If I had made the right decision,” she said at Durban Business Fair's Women Economic Engagement forum in 2018.
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After leaving Generations, Connie appeared on M-Net's The Wild. Since then she has starred in Rockville and The River.  Connie returned to Generations in 2014 to reprise her role as Karabo Moroka. The soapie had changed its name to Generations: The Legacy and producers hoped Connie would help save the show after 16 prominent actors left.  Connie worked on the soapie for two years before leaving again in 2016. 

“Connie was a significant figure in the construction of Generations: The Legacy. I will eternally be grateful for that and her contribution to the growth of our industry,” the show’s creator Mfundi Vundla said. 

Connie made her debut on telenovela, The Queen, in 2016. She plays Harriet Khoza on the popular show. 

Connie has also appeared on Soul City and Strictly Come Dancing

Connie Ferguson and family 

Connie Ferguson grew up in a close-knit family. She was raised by her parents, Fish Masilo and Margaret Masilo. Connie’s mother passed away in 2013. She paid tribute to her late mother in an emotional Instagram post in 2019.

“Moms, I will never stop loving you. Never stop missing you. I cherish all the memories I have of you. Sometimes your physical absence still doesn’t feel real. Sometimes I think it’s all a dream, that I’ll wake up to a text message from you first thing in the morning. Those were my favorite!” she wrote.

“She is not only a sister to me but my BEST friend,” her sister wrote in a sweet birthday post.
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Connie Ferguson ex-husband

Connie Ferguson and actor Neo Matsunyane tied-the-knot in the early 90s. Their marriage did not last, and the couple divorced in 1998. They have a daughter together.

Connie and her ex-husband remain friends. She wished him a happy Father’s Day in June 2019. “Happy Father’s Day Tsunyinski @neomm17 ! Hope you have a blessed one!” Connie wrote.

Connie and Shona Ferguson 

Connie and Shona Ferguson’s whirlwind romance began in 2001. The couple met at her Johannesburg home. Shona, who is from Botswana, was dropping off some of her sister’s friends at the time and asked for a glass of water. He described the moment he saw Connie as love at first sight. Shona married Connie two months later in a private traditional wedding.

Aaron Ferguson and Connie Ferguson

Connie Ferguson’s husband is known by his nickname Shona but his real name is Aaron Ferguson.
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Connie Ferguson wedding pictures

Connie Ferguson’s white wedding pictures graced the cover of Drum magazine in December 2001. She will be married to Shona Ferguson for 18 years in 2019. Connie celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary in 2018 with a sweet tribute to her husband. 

“Thank you for loving me consistently without wavering. Thank you for always being there and only giving me the best of yourself! I love you Mr. Ferguson,” she wrote.

Connie and Shona renewed their wedding vows in a lavish ceremony in 2011.
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Connie Ferguson daughter 

Connie Ferguson’s daughter Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson is following in her footsteps. She is also an actress.  Connie’s daughter joined the cast of The Queen in 2019. Lesedi has had several other TV roles. Lesedi is Connie’s eldest daughter from her marriage to Neo Matsunyane.
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Connie Ferguson children, kids

Connie Ferguson has two children - her daughter Lesedi from her previous marriage and Alicia Angel Ferguson with her husband Shona Ferguson. While her mother and older sister enjoy acting, Alicia prefers music. She can play the drums and the piano. Alicia describes herself as a musician, producer and composer.
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Connie Ferguson grandson 

Connie Ferguson’s close relationship with her grandson Ronewa has provided many adorable moments on social media. Ronewa, or Ro as his family calls him, is the son of Connie’s eldest daughter Lesedi.  Connie revealed in a 2016 interview with True Love magazine that Lesedi’s pregnancy brought them closer. 

"I've always been close to both my daughters… but when Lesedi fell pregnant we grew closer. I was there when Ronewa was born, so I bonded with him from the start. He's very close to his grandfather; they have an amazing relationship. He is an amazing dad, so I knew he'd be an awesome grandfather. We've always wanted a boy and now we have one,” she said. 

Connie and Ro recently graced the cover of Sowetan’s S Magazine. It was her first-ever magazine cover with her grandson.
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Connie Ferguson house, mansion  

Connie Ferguson first showed off her mansion in 2017. She shared a video of her husband Shona Ferguson riding his motorbike up and down their long driveway. The video showed off their perfectly manicured lawn and their amazing views.
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Connie Ferguson house pictures 

Connie Ferguson and her husband Shona Ferguson have shared several pictures of their beautiful home on Instagram. Some of the images show their luxury furniture.
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Connie Ferguson cars

Connie Ferguson has driven many fancy cars over the years but one of her most precious vehicles is her red Mercedes Benz AMG63s. Her husband Shona Ferguson bought her the car in 2016. 

“So I just got home and found this parked in my garage! OMG I really have no words Shona Ferguson! I am one very lucky wife! Thank you for just... YOU!” Connie wrote on Instagram.

Connie and her husband also own a BMW, Range Rover and Mercedes Benz G-Wagon.
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Connie Ferguson net worth 

Connie Ferguson’s exact net worth is unknown, but she has several sources of income. Connie owns a production company with her husband called Ferguson Films. The company has produced hit shows such as The Queen, Rockville and Kings of Joburg. Connie also her own beauty products empire called Koni Multinational Brands.
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