Vinolia Mashego Bio, Wiki
Vinolia Mashego better known as “V-Mash” was a South African actress and TV presenter who was best known for starring as Hilda Letlalo in the SABC1 soap opera Generations.
Mashego also had a starring role as Pearl in the half-hour drama series Di Wele Makgolela, which aired on the now-defunct CCV-TV channel in the early 1990s.
From 1994 to 2001, she co-hosted Jam Alley when she was fired by producers for increasingly erratic behavior.
After several years in the wilderness, in which Mashego routinely made the tabloids after falling on hard times, she re-appeared in the minor recurring role of Meme’s mother on the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango, in February 2010.
In January 2014, Mashego had a return to presenting when she joined the Mzansi Magic Music show PLS Call Me as a presenter. Mashego also filmed a cameo role for the second season of the Mzansi Magic soap opera Isibaya.
She began starring in the SABC1 drama series Mutual Friends in October 2014. In 2019, Vinolia played the recurring role of Khwinana on the SABC2 telenovela Giyani – Land of Blood, making her first appearance in Season 1, Episode 169 (which aired on 4 September, 2019).
Vinolia Mashego Age
Mashego died at the age of 56. She was born on the 16th of April 1963, in South Africa.
Vinolia Mashego Son/ Family
Mashego was the daughter of Collin Mashego who was known for his show Lapologa in the early 1980’s. She had a younger sister Prelley Seale. Mashego has left behind a 20-year-old son called Oratile.
Vinolia Mashego Net Worth
Mashego’s net worth is currently under review and will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Vinolia Mashego Death
Mashego died on Friday 3 April. Her father Collins and younger sister Prelley Seale told Sowetan that they found her lifeless body in her bed at her home in Mamelodi, Pretoria, this morning.
Her father said it is believed that she died of natural causes in her sleep.
He said, “We got a call from the neighbours this morning that they had not seen her at all today. They were worried as she is someone that always wakes them up in the morning. Initially I thought she was filming a TV show as she was someone that will do those things.”
“I informed my wife and we called the police. The police broke into the house and there she was in her bed sleeping forever. The paramedics were called and said she died of natural causes. No foul play is suspected.”
Following the sad news of her death, tributes have poured in online.
Rest in eternal Peace Ausi Vinolia Mashego.
Thank you for the childhood memories. pic.twitter.com/Ida9k7MQCz
— Tumi Sole (@tumisole) April 6, 2020