Leti will be the first to tell you that she is a drama queen. She was bitten by the acting bug at the age of eleven after playing a shop-keeper in a school production, and ever since then the world has been her stage. She loves to perform and as pre-destined by her name (Nyeleti means star in Tsonga), this twenty-something year old fully intends to grab every opportunity with both hands and make all of her dreams come true.
Acting is all she’s ever wanted to do, and thus after Matric she joined the University of Pretoria and that is where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Drama in 2008. It was during this time where she starred in various plays gaining a lot of theatre experience, including Children’s Theatre, and productions in the Krekvars Student Festival. She gained her first film experience in 2007 playing one of the leads in a short-film titled Car Trouble.
But far from being in trouble, this petit starlet left University for the greener pastures of the greater acting world, landing such roles as ‘The Pink Bunny’ in a Standard Bank commercial (2009) and for 7 months in 2010, she entertained audiences as the innocent and naïve ‘Nurse Keketso’ on Generations. Other experience includes Polo Vivo TVC, Dreamworld (E.TV), Class Divide (Mzanzi Love Stories), End Games (SABC1).
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