The actress used to play mama Almasi, a mother of two. She acted as a rich woman in the neighborhood who always seemed to be busy or away on a business trip and would leave the kids with the house help, Sofia.
She began acting in 1999 by taking roles in the school's set books plays before joining the Kenya National Theatre.
Nungari was married but lost the love of her life. She still remembers the happy moments they shared together. In an emotional Facebook post, a mother of one daughter praised her last husband saying he was the only person who understood her.
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