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SHARLYN MUNGAI WINS MONOLOGUE CHALLANGE AGAIN AND LANDS ROLE IN A TV SERIES

Gerald Langiri
April 12 / 2013

The second edition of the Actors Monologue Challenge held at the usual venue (club Sylk) on the 26th of March 2013 was once again won by Sharlyn Mungai. Sharlyn was the winner of the 1st edition of the challenge held in January. See the full list of the winners of the 1st challenge here.

Sharlyn battled it out against 16 other actors for the title. She walked away with the Sh7,000 cash prize, a professional photo portoflio shoot, acting lessons from a leading acting coach, a complimentary ticket to the movie of her choice at IMAX theatres and the bragging rights to boot.

The win gave her a direct casting into the hit TV series Lies That Bind which was confirmed by the show's producer Dorothy Ghettuba who was one of the judges alongside Neil Schell, the second judge of the night.

Judges: Dorothy Ghettuba and Neil Schell

Judges: Dorothy Ghettuba and Neil Schell

Taking up the second and third place were Brian Ogolla and Veronica Waceke respectively.The two won a professional photo portrait shoot, acting lessons and complimentary tickets to the movie of their choice at IMAX theatres. Brian Ogolla was the audience choice winner in the 1st edition which booked him a direct entry into the main challenge.

Brian Ogolla-actors monologue

Brian Ogolla

Veronica Waceke actors monologue

Veronica Waceke

The audience choice award this time round had a tie with two actors having to qualify for the third edition automatically. The actors are Beatrice Washuka and Mugambi Nthiga.

Beatrice Washuka and Mugambi Nthiga

Beatrice Washuka and Mugambi Nthiga

Act Right Productions facilitates the Actors Monologue Challenge. The aim of the challenge is to foster fun for actors who are seriously going for their acting dreams.

See more pictures from the event here.

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By Grace Kerongo.

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