Top Kenyan Actresses and Shows Played on Showmax

The prowess and creativity sorrounding kenyn actors has been talked about, but who are the top Kenyan Actresses?

They have garnered accolades for their work and enthralled audiences on cinema. They are well-known and regarded as Kenya’s top actresses. And Showmax is where you can find them all.

Top Kenyan Actresses and Shows Played on Showmax

Serah Ndanu Teshna – Igiza, Pieces of Us

Top Kenyan actresses

Serah Ndanu, from her Kalasha-winning part in Rugged Priest to her femme fatale character in Dorothy Ghettuba’s Swahili soap opera Sumu la Penzi, has always been in a league of her own. Her versatility on television is likely most visible in her depiction of fighting twin sisters Linda and Nicole in the Kenyan Showmax Original thriller series Igiza.

This is Ndanu’s first film part in two years, and it was a difficult one that required much research, tough workshops, and intense coaching from famed stage director Dr Julisa Rowe.

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Ndanu has earned a lot of love on Twitter for her role, as well as from her co-stars Kevin Samuel, who was blown away by the intricacy of her portrayal, and Blessing Lung’aho, who characterized her as “such a giver in a scene.”

Ndanu may also be seen on Showmax as the spoilt rich girl Joey, alongside Brian Ogola, in the drama series Pieces of Us.

Sarah Hassan – Crime and Justice, Famous

Top Kenyan actresses on Showmax

Sarah Hassan rose to prominence after appearing in Citizen TV’s long-running high school drama Tahidi High. She is one of the top Kenyan actresses right now.

Recently, the New York Film Academy alumna starred in and co-produced Plan B, which won Best Movie East Africa at the AMVCA 2020, as well as AMVCA nominee Just In Time (her second collaboration with Nigerian filmmaker Lowladee), which earned her a nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy at the AMVCA 2022.

Hassan plays as the committed Detective Makena in the first Kenyan Showmax Original Crime and Justice, where she is struggling to make her imprint in a male-dominated arena. Hassan earned Best Actress at the 2021 Kalasha Awards for this work.