Natasha Thahane (born 25 September 1995 in Soweto) is a renowned South African actress.
She appeared first on television after landing a gig on eKasi: Our Stories.
She is popular for being a cast on the original Netflix series ‘Blood and Water.
|Age||25 years old|
|Date of birth||25 September 1995|
|Place of birth||Orlando East, Soweto|
|Parents||Trevor Thamsanqa Tutu (father), Nomaswazi Mamakoko (mother)|
|Popular series||Blood and Water|
Natasha Thahane is 25 years old and celebrates her birthday on September 25th.
She is born into the family of Trevor Thamsanqa Tutu, her father, and Nomaswazi Mamakoko, her mother.
The mush loved actress is the granddaughter of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Natasha is a sister to a popular personality Molemo Thahane.
She attended high school at Milnerton High School, Cape Town. Natasha studied Accounting at Wits University and also studied at the New York Film Academy.
In 2014, she landed her debut acting role after appearing on the show eKasi: Our Stories, an e.Tv show.
She has also appeared on several local productions including Lockdown.
In 2019, reports covered that she would appear in an original Netflix series that would be released the following year.
Later she revealed that she made it as a cast on a new BET Telenovela alongside actress Rami Chuene.
Natasha Thahane was dating Bohlale Makgolane a.k.a Bo Maq. The relationship ended in a breakup which rumors of her dating A-Reece, a South African rapper followed. She broke silence after saying that the rumors are lies.
The rising star actress was dragged for ‘recording and driving’ at the same time. She shared a video containing her listening to Bo Maq’s FOMO.
She left the steering wheel for a short time as she recorded the video, she looked at the camera shifting her view off the road.
Fans did not agree with her on that as they called her out saying she should follow the rules of the road.
In 2017, romours had it that the actress was pregnant and wedded. Many awaited her baby pictures and hoped that the beauty’s baby girl.
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