Lerato Marabe plays the character of Pretty, a young lady who chose her lover Lehasa ( Cedric Fourie ) over her family. Pretty’s family is against her affair with Lehasa as they believe he is a womanizer and unsuitable for their daughter. However, Pretty’s heart wants what it desires, and she tries to make things work with Lehasa despite all odds.
Currently, the storyline of Skeem Saam is centred on Pretty and her love life. As Pretty is excited that she will finally have her happily ever after, with her man, the unexpected happens. Khwezi (played by Samukele Mkhize) is pregnant with Lehasa’s child, and Lehasa is about to get married to Khwezi for the sake of his child and blue ticking Pretty. The actress is nailing her role to perfection, leaving Mzansi curious to know about her personal life and age. Well, you will be shocked that the actress who has been keeping masses of people glued to their screens is only 23.
Lerato Marabe’s age revealed
Lerato Marabe was born on 9 June 1999 in Vosloosrus Gauteng, South Africa. Judging from how the actress is top-notching her role effortlessly, one can not believe that she is young. Her acting skills are phenomenal, and her ability to play a romantic role ideally has left many assuming she is ancient.
The actress we all love to hate grew up under the guardians of a single mother. Lerato’s mother was a teacher who worked at a local school in Johannesburg. She didn’t grow up on a silver spoon; she paved the way for her in the entertainment industry. As of 2022, the actress is 23 years old.
Although she is young and dynamic, Lerato has featured in more than eight television roles, and each time she is on the screen, she produces fireworks. She is the actual definition of the epitome of dynamite that comes in small packages, her body is small, yet she is a megastar actress.
Actress Lerato Marabe’s academic qualifications
Lerato Marabe is a beauty with brains, and she stops at nothing to be successful. She attended Boksburg High school in Johannesburg, where she passed with good grades on her matric. After passing her matric, the actress registered for tertiary education at the University of Cape Town, where she studied Editing at AFDA.
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