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Rosemary Zimu on choosing acting over her law diploma

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Rosemary Zimu has no regrets about choosing a career in acting and is willing to take the punches that come with her decision.
Rosemary Zimu has no regrets about choosing a career in acting and is willing to take the punches that come with her decision.
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Many know her for the role as Warona, Mildred Sefatsa's daughter on The Queen. 

She also recently appeared on the Mzansi Magic film Lunameva, a film about a young, mischievous domestic worker who threatens the marriage of a golden couple.

Rosemary Zimu (27) is no stranger to the small screen; she has had a number of big roles. Her first big role was as Veronica on Isidingo in 2016, followed by soapies; Scandal, Isibaya, Generations: The Legacy, and The Queen.

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