Samela Tyelbooi Biography: Age, Career, Background, Net worth and that's just the beginning
Samela Tyelbooi is a South African entertainer well known for her job as Ayanda in Generations The inheritance. She is right at home and has her eyes set for significance. With another expansion to the family, things couldn't be better.
Samela Tyelbooi (at times credited as Samantha Tyelbooi) is a South African entertainer most popular for her featuring job as Ayanda Majola on the SABC 1 week after week soapie, Generations: The Legacy. The enchanting and rational Grahamstown conceived entertainer, additionally depicted Lois Gumede in Society on the SABC1 show series Society, from 2007-2010.
Birthday: 4 May 1981, she's as of now 42 years of age
Tenderly known as Sammy by those near her, Tyelbooi spent her youth in Newtown, Grahamstown yet later moved to Roberts Street close to Kingswood College. She did her essential learning at George Dickerson Primary School and registered at Victoria Girls' High School.
Samela had energy for acting at an exceptionally young age and got her first job on Genrations in 2006. She rose to notoriety for her job as Lois Gumede in Society. She likewise featured in a few television series, for example, Ntosh on the SABC1 series Intsika, Shado Shilongo on Rhythm City in 2012, a visitor job on the SABC 1 Science fiction series, Room 9 of every 2013.
The delightful entertainer joined the SABC1 soapie, Generations: The Legacy in 2018 where she assumed the part of Ayanda Majola. Aside acting, she likewise turned into the cover star for Mamas and Papas magazine.
Samela Tyelbooi was brought up in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape on 4 May 1981, she has one more seasoned sibling. She joined in and registered at Victoria Girls' High School going to the school in similar period as radio character and presently Idols South Africa judge, Unathi Msengana. In the wake of registering she went to Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, finishing a BTech in Information Technology.
Early Life and Background
Samela Tyelbooi was brought up in Newtown, Grahamstown. She has a senior sibling and thinks of her as guardians as the spine to her prosperity.
She went to George Dickerson Primary School and Victoria Girls High School for her essential and advanced education separately. She likewise concentrated on Information Technology at Port Elizabeth Technikon (presently Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University).
Her singing vocation and acting jobs are trading out a serious chunk of change. The entertainer is right at home and is valued at $150 000.
Ascend to distinction
The entertainer's vocation gets more beautifications when she handles a job "In the public eye" as Lois Gumede. In 2011 she assumes the supporting part of Ntosh on the show series Intsika. The next year, she handles the job of Shado Shilongo, a striving vocalist in the soapie Rhythm City. Samela then, at that point gets a visitor featuring job in the 10th scene of the Sci-Fi series "Room 9" in 2013. Her most recent acting gig is in 2018 when she joins Generations: The Legacy. Here she plays Ayanda, Tau's previous fire and distributing business person
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