Lesego Marakalla is a well recognized South African actress who is best known for her role as Rachel Kunutu in Skeem Saam drama series on SABC 1 weekdays. She is talented and embracing woman who is working very hard to achieve her goals and have a brighter future. She has managed to win the hearts of many viewers through her good acting skills. She is one of the best actors in the country and she has made a name for herself. She is ambitious and living her life to the fullest and she is gifted. She is intelligent and independent woman who knows what she wants in her life.
She is bold and beautiful and she has a sense of humor and personality. She was born on 16th May 1993 in Mpumalanga Province. She was raised by her parents and family members in a loving and secure environment. They were very supportive of her career and they make sure she got necessities to build a solid foundation for her career and have a quality education. She has always wanted to be an actress and started acting while she was in high school. She is very passionate about her profession and she is hard-working and dedicated to it.
She attended Monis Arts House which is located in Pretoria in Gauteng Province. She is also known for her role on Generations the Legacy soapie opera on SABC 1 weekdays. She landed her first actin opportunity in Sifiso a short film that was aired on Mzanzi Magic. On her recent post on social media account she left fans amazed with her recent post showing off her natural beauty. Please comment, like, click and kindly share your thoughts.
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