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Skeem Saam actress Celia Kunutu recently left fans speechless with her beauty.

Shoki Sebotsane (previously credited as Portia Mmola) is a South African actress, casting director and style designer exceptional recognized for her function as Grace Lerothodi in the SABC1 mini-collection Death of a Queen, which aired as a part of the channel's "Shakespeare in Mzansi" strand from July to August, 2008.

She additionally played the role of Tumi inside the SABC2 soapie Muvhango and had a starring function in an episode of the e.Tv drama collection eKasi: Our Stories, in 2012.

Other television series she has acted in encompass Kgatelopele, Moshwela Tharing, Old Grand Hotel, The Burning Issue, Generations, Body Kids, Muvhango, Skeem Saam and Soul City.

She additionally worked as a translator, language advisor, dubbing manufacturer and casting director at the children's tv collection Takalani Sesame. In addition, she become a casting director for the e.Tv soapie Rhythm City.

Shoki has additionally achieved huge work in theatre, acting in productions which includes Ancient Stars on the Giant Theatre, Space Odyssey on the Grahamstown Festival, The Pen at The Market Theatre and Gogo's Groove on the Aardklop Festival.

Originally from Tzaneen, Shoki currently is living in Johannesburg. She matriculated from Prudens Secondary in 1994 and graduated from the Tampere University of Technology in 2000.

She is married to actor Sello Sebotsane. They have a daughter, Oratile Kutlwano Sebotsane.

She is a stunning girl who has inspired such a lot of younger people . You also can find her in your social media structures which includes Instagram and on her present day put up she shared with enthusiasts Beautiful images of her dressed inside the modern style which caused a frenzy in Mzansi . 

We can all study something from this lovely woman . Please like , share and kindly leave comments .

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