Katlego Lebogang (born 27 July 1996) is a fast-rising South African actress. She is popular for playing the role of Mabalwa Rhadebe in Wounds.
The role she played on the 1Magic medical drama series gained her the opportunity to showcase her best to the viewers.
The starring role further trust her in the spotlight and many Mzansi entertainment lovers wanted to know more about her.
|Full Name:||Katlego Lebogang|
|Born:||27 July 1996 (age 25 years)|
|Education:||Theatre and Performance|
|Alma mater:||University of Cape Town|
Katlego was born on 27 July 1996 in South Africa. Her parents provided her with the support, she needed.
The beauty also got brains and had her matriculation at a private school in Johannesburg, Verney College.
After the academic pursuit, she graduated with a BA (Hons) in Theatre & Performance. She graduated with a degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2019.
As a career-oriented person, she made an appearance in many students’ plays even during her stay in school.
Later, she made it as a cast in the horror telefilm titled Pinky Pinky. The film was made available on the streaming site Showmax in 2020.
The role of Mbali on June 21, 2021, released dance drama Jiva followed. Many subscribers of the streaming site Netflix were satisfied with her performance on the show.
In the same year, she landed her debut starring role on TV. She landed the role of Mabalwa Rhadebe in Wounds. The drama series was broadcast first on 1Magic on 8 October 2021.
She also creates content and shares them on streaming sites and social media platforms. Katlego Lebogang is a YouTuber.
- Season 1: Jiva! as Mbali
- Season 1: Wounds as Mabalwa Rhadebe
Katlego Lebogang is active on social media platforms which to a great extent is a reflection of her social life. She is active on social media and also shares an update about her lifestyle.
Her styles of dressing, profession, movements with friends, among others are available. On Instagram, Katlego Lebogang boasts over 7.6k followers.
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