In Pictures: Skeem Saam actor Clement ‘Vusi Leremi’ age and net worth get Mzansi talking
Vusi Leremi is a South African actor who currently plays the role of Clement in Skeem Saam, which airs on SABC1. He is among the original cast of Skeem Saam cast and plays a controversial gay role in the soapie. Vusi Leremi was born and spent his early life in the heart of Soweto, in South Africa. He, however, moved to Johannesburg together with his family, where he further pursued his education. Vusi Leremi still resides in Johannesburg and has no plans of leaving the City where dreams come true.
Vusi went to Roosevelt High School in Johannesburg and enrolled in 2019. He had a quiet time jiggling school with acting because he was cast into Skeem Saam in grade 6. Vusi has plans to attend University, but he has not yet decided what to study. It was a relief for Skeem Saam directors when Vusi Leremi and Lerato Marabe passed their matric.
Vusi Leremi is not gay in real life, but his Skeem Saam character, Clement, is. After Clement came out as gay and his grandma condemned him, Skeem Saam followers were startled. Vusi Leremi said it was difficult to play a gay character because he had been told his character will come out. Lunathi Mampofu - Biography, Age, Career & Net Worth As a result, he set out on a quest to learn more about gay people and how they are mistreated in society. People have started calling him a gay, but he has stated that it is all in his head and that he is a heterosexual man in real life.
Leremi’s character is one of the most-talked-about characters on the show at the moment as he recently came out of the closet. Skeem Saam actor Clement character played by Vusi Leremi age and net worth shock Mzansi. Skeem Saam has fast become one of Mzansi most-followed drama series in Mzansi that we can’t get enough of. In the mix of things, the drama series has proved to be one of the most-watched soapies in Mzansi of late.
We thanks tho its showrunners and seasoned cast. Despite being a low budget drama series, Skeem Saam has proved to be a game-changer.
Given that he was cast whilst just 6-years-old Mzansi has been wondering how old he could be. Well, the fast-rising actor is younger than we all thought, and we can all agree that the showrunners played on us on this one.
Despite being born in Soweto, he later moved on to Johannesburg. He then attended Roosevelt High School, where he matriculated in 2019. The fast-rising actor was born on 1 July 1999. As of 2021, he is 22-years-old.
However, it comes as a shocker that he is just 22-years-old. In the mix of things, Mzansai also managed to puzzle his salary and net worth. For his Clement character, the fast-rising actor is rumoured to be earning around R40 000 per month.
As of 2021, he has an estimated net worth of R1.8 million. Vusi has capped his celebrity status with some of the finest exotic cars to cap his newfound fame.
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