5 times Pearl Thusi secured international roles

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Pearl Thusi is currently shooting Wu Assasin season 2 in Thailand.
Pearl Thusi is currently shooting Wu Assasin season 2 in Thailand.
Oupa Bopape

Media personality and actress Pearl Thusi's star keeps rising. 

The actor recently bagged herself yet another international role. This time she's working on the second season of the Netflix series, Wu Assasins, which is currently being shot in Thailand.

We look at five international shows that Pearl has been a part of.

Queen Sono

Pearl plays Queen Sono, a spy of the Special Operations Group (SOG) and daughter of Safiya Sono (Lady Skollie) a deceased South African revolutionary leader. As a orphan, Queen struggled to understand the mystery of her mother’s death. As an adult she is recruited by the South African Intelligence Agency and while working undercover she decides to investigate her mother’s case.

Quantico

In Quantico Pearl played Dayana Mampasi, a human rights lawyer. After graduating from her training at Camp Peary, she becomes a case officer.

The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency

The star studded television series featured the likes of Jill Scott, Idris Elba, and Desmond Dube. Pearl featured in the Botswana shot series.

Read more | Watch: Pearl Thusi takes second pole dancing lesson

The Scorpion King: Book of souls

Pearl plays a Nubian princess that partners with the Scorpion King to stop an evil warlord who rules the world with a cursed sword.

Wu Assasins

She is currently preparing for her role in Wu Assasins season 2. She shared a video of her training in Thailand on her Instagram.

“As a kid I played with the boys - and only played physical games with the girls ... loved action movies. Today I get paid to look like I can actually fight, but I actually just found new ways to play with the boys and girls who like to play like me.”

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