Connie Ferguson is a Motswana actress, film-maker/ producer and a business woman born in Lobatse, Botswana. In 1994 she aired on South Africa’s most popular Soap Opera, Generations and later founded Ferguson Films with her husband which has produced shows such as Rockville, iGazi, The Gift, The Throne, The Herd, The Queen and The Imposter.
Connie has played a leading role of Karabo Moroka on Generations since 1994, although she last appeared on the show in 2016. She has also starred on Live With The Ferguson Family (2001), Madiba (2004-). In the early days she wanted to sing with South Africa performer Abigail Kubekaand Nigerian entertainer Kolé Wajee in Gauteng it wasn’t her latest in her own career with acting Queen of Bling (2005-series). Connie Masilo Ferguson, had started on a series role she was named Dr Masi on Love By Many Way’s (2003) when again earned R2.1million.
In 2010 after playing the lead role of Karabo Moroka for 16 years, Connie announced her departure from Generations “to purse other career options”. Ferguson left Generations on a good note as she returned to the soapie four years later to help relaunch Generations: The Legacy.
After departing Generations in 2011, Connie Ferguson went onto to star in the lead role of the critically acclaimed M-Net telenovela The Wild which was shot on location at an exotic South African game farm. Ferguson co-starred with her real life husband Shona Ferguson on the soap until it’s cancellation in April 2013.