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Masimba Musodza (Julius Masimba Musodza') was born on 29 March, 1976 in Harare, Zimbabwe, is a Screenwriter, Novelist, Producer. Discover Masimba Musodza's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

Popular As Julius Masimba Musodza'
Occupation Screenwriter, Novelist, Producer
Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 29 March 1976
Birthday 29 March
Birthplace Harare, Zimbabwe
Nationality Zimbabwe

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Masimba Musodza Net Worth

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Since then, Masimba Musodza has been a film and TV extra, appearing in such productions as Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands (Episode 11), where he plays a Vani warrior. He can also be seen in the festival teaser and UK trailer for Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake. He has also appeared in Make! Craft Britain, which was aired on BBC4 the 9th of June 2016. His most recent appearance has been in the short film I Need help (Ben Stainsby,2018), where he plays 'The Wise Man'


An avid reader as a child, Musodza aspired to be a writer from the time he discovered that it was possible to earn a living from it. His first book was The Man Who Turned Into A Rastafarian, 2006, an anthology of short stories about Rastafarian life in Zimbabwe. This anthology, with the Dread Eye Detective Agency stories have established his reputation as a pioneer in African "Rastafarian Literature".


Musodza was born at the cusp of the emergence of the new Zimbabwe, the eldest son of a senior civil servant in the Ministry of Lands. The Musodza family are of the Buja people of Mutoko , north east Zimbabwe. Reading was encouraged in the Musodza household. He was educated at Avondale Primary School, Harare and St Mary Magdalene's High School, Nyanga. After school, he trained as a screenwriter, selling his first screenplay to Media For Development Trust in 2002. Barely a month after, as political and socio-economic uncertainty engulfed Zimbabwe, Musodza relocated to the United Kingdom, where he has lived ever since. He lives in the North East England town of Middlesbrough.


Masimba Musodza's professional acting debut was in Edgar Langeveldt's play, No News, which premiered at Theatre-In-The-Park, Harare, in 1997. He also appears in a short film, Vengeance is Mine (2001) by Tawanda Gunda. However, it was not until he settled in Middlesbrough that he began to pursue acting more seriously. He appeared in a short play, To Be Or Not To Be, written by compatriot Dictator Maphosa, as part of the Middlesbrough Council-sponsored Boro Bites short plays (August, 2010). In 2011, he joined the Arc Sketch Group, an extension of the Writers Block North East workshops, which put on themed sketch shows at the Arc Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees until it disbanded in 2012.


Julius Masimba Musodza (born 29 March 1976) is a Zimbabwean author.