Samela Tyelbooi (sometimes credited as Samantha Tyelbooi) is a South African actress best known for her starring role as Ayanda Majola on the SABC 1 weekly soapie, Generations: The Legacy. She got her first role as a supporting actor on Generations in 2006 after only being in Johannesburg for four months.
The Award winning actress was born on the 4th of May in 1981 and she is 39 years as of 2020. The actress is a mother of three beautiful baby girls of which one of them she welcomed in June. The actress once took a break on Generations and she disappeared for weeks, without anyone knowing her reason for her disappearance.
The truth is that Samela was pregnant before she disappeared on the show and she revealed about her new born baby on the 8th of July when her second daughter was celebrating her 1st birthday. This is unbelievable right? Well there you have, Ayanda was pregnant when she disappeared.
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