Nyeleti Ndubane who is known as Leti is a South African Actress, she was born 24 November 1987
Biography profile of Leti Ndubane
Name: Nyeleti Ndubane
Born: 24 November 1987
Age: 35 years old (2022)
From: Soshanguve in Pretoria
Nationality: South African
Tv shows: Muvhango and Giyani: Land of Blood
Personal life history of Leti Ndubane
Nyeleti Ndubane whose name means a star is a South African Actress. She was born and bred in Soshanguve in Pretoria. Her date of birth is on 24th of November 1987, age 35 years old as of 2022. Current she lives in Johannesburg in Gauteng province of South Africa.
Her father was a Doctor and her mother was a nurse. She is the last born among three children. Unfortunately her father died, followed by her Mom who died by Covid-19 virus.
She went to St Mary’s Diosesan School for Girls(DSG) class of 2005. After that she enrolled at the University of Pretoria where she obtained her degree in Drama and Theatre Arts in 2008.
Career journey as an Actress
While growing up, her parents wanted her to become a Lawyer. Due to the passion of acting, she decided to pursue career in acting. Leti took part in numerous stage productions while still at school.
She appeared in her first movie in 2007 as one of the leads in the short Car Trouble. Later, she was cast in commercials for Standard Bank (2009) as The Pink Bunny and for VW Polo (2012) as Contestant.
She is well recognized for her supporting part on the SABC1 serial series Generations from 2010 to 2011 as the innocent and naive Nurse Keketso.
She portrayed Rosie in the 2012 SABC1 miniseries Dream World, a contemporary South African interpretation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
In an episode of the e.tv anthology series Mzansi Love: Kasi Style in 2013, she appeared as a guest star (“Out of Breath”, Season 2, Episode 2). Additionally, she appeared in the thriller series End Game on SABC1.
Her collaboration with Aubrey Poo in the 2017 production of “Caucasian Chalk Circle” at the Joburg Theatre was one of her career highlights.
She was cast as Khensani, Mam Hangwani’s niece who was battling substance misuse, in the 2017 television series Muvhango. Despite the fact that it was just for a brief time, she considers it to be one of her most difficult roles to date.
In a play called “Home Affairs,” which also performed at the Joburg Theatre, she was directed by one of her acting heroes, Pamela Nomvete.
She received one of her proudest roles in 2019, “Giyani: Land of Blood,” which was the first Tsonga telenovella to air on South African television. She was thrilled to represent her culture.
She was honored in 2020 after “Tiny and the Tokoloshe,” which was shown at the Pieter Torien Theatre at Montecasino, won the Naledi Award for Best Ensemble Cast.
Nyeleti returned to her role as Khensani on “Muvhango” in 2020. She frequently cited it as her favorite role to date in interviews.
The Tsonga term for “star” is “Nyeleti,” and for this aspirational actor, the sky is the limit.
Nyeleti Ndubane boyfriend
She was in a relationship with another musician called Snooky. Unfortunately, her boyfriend died after being drowned. His death left Leti so devasted and broken. Just before she could heal and mourn her boyfriend, she got a role to act. The role was similar to her story because it was for a widow who lost her husband. She nailed the character because she could relate.
Nyeleti Ndubane hairstyle
Leti Ndubane hairstyle is very unique. It’s so colourful and sometimes stylish. Her creative hairstyle started in 2016. What happened is that she used to have normal hair styles like every lady. That decreased her chance to be taken for auditions. So she decided to create her own style which worked. She started to be considered in auditions and from there she never stopped being creative with her hair.