In Kenya the entertainment industry is thriving and earning opportunities for Kenyans as they get a chance to show off their skills and talents in performing arts. In this field we have top actors and actresses performing very well by acting in local and international series. Some of them act set books while others showcase their abilities by performing live on Television shows.
In one of the most popular local series ever acted in Kenya we have Zora Show. This play came to an end a few months ago and got replaced by Sultana. It used to be aired live on Citizen TV every day from Monday to Friday. Millions of Kenyans watch these shows and it's important for us to know the actors and actresses in details.
So today our blog will enlighten us on the personal and career life of the main character of the show. This lady used to be called Zora but in her real life she's known as Sarah Hassan. According to various news websites, she's described as one of those actresses who started acting at their teenage age. She's been spotted on the screens acting on Tahidi High, Zora Show as well as the wedding show.
Apart from acting, Sarah also does modeling and hosting various TV shows. So here are some of her photos showing her modeling career that is really thriving. Zora has however kept a low profile about her personal life so less is known about it.
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