Kamo Letsosa Biography
Kamo Letsosa, a talented and versatile actress, has been captivating audiences since her teenage years. She first gained recognition for her controversial role as Master in the SABC2 drama series, Muvhango. Currently, she is enchanting viewers with her portrayal of Ditsheho, Seipati’s sister, in the popular show, Scandal.
Debut on Scandal and Character Development
Letsosa made her debut on etv’s Scandal in November, during the wedding episode of Seipati and Lerumo. She plays the character of Ditsheho, a sister who initially harbors resentment towards Seipati due to past misunderstandings. However, after a heartfelt conversation with Tibi, Ditsheho reconciles with Seipati, mending their strained relationship.
Ditsheho and Javas: A Love Story Unfolding
Javas, a dedicated police officer working alongside Lerumo, finds himself drawn to Ditsheho. Despite their mutual attraction, both are initially too shy to act on their feelings. With some help from Seipati and Lerumo, the pair finally spend time together. Ditsheho takes the initiative, surprising Javas with a kiss, much to the delight of the audience.
Kamo Letsosa’s Acting Journey
Before her debut on Scandal, Letsosa had already established herself in the acting world. She began her acting career in 2014 with a role in SABC1’s Single Galz, where she played the character Zinhle. She also appeared in the final season of eKasi: Our Stories in an episode titled Last Born.
In April 2016, she debuted as Mapule in the Mzansi Magic drama Greed & Desire, a role she held until March 2017. In 2017, she starred in Mzansi Magic’s “Original Mzansi Movie” Kasi Mean Girls, a film that explores the issue of cyberbullying among high school girls and their strategies to combat it. Her acting credits include roles in Sokhulu and Partners, Greed and Desire, and Muvhango.
Beyond Acting: Kamo Letsosa’s Other Talents
Letsosa’s talents extend beyond acting. In 2017, she made her film debut in Kasi Mean Girls on Mzansi Magic. In addition to acting, Letsosa is a well-known television presenter, hosting shows like Teenagers on a Mission, WiredUp, and Street Radio. She is also a skilled dancer, showcasing her exceptional talent in various performances.
Personal Life and Education
Born in 1991, Letsosa is currently 30 years old. Rumors have circulated since 2017 about her dating Itumeleng Khune. She pursued her passion for acting academically, studying Drama at City Varsity School of Media and Creative Arts, where she graduated in 2009.
Recent Work and Achievements
In 2018, Letsosa joined the cast of the SABC1 series Mi Kasi Su Kasi in its second season as a co-host. Her diverse roles and performances have established her as a versatile actress in the South African entertainment industry.
Letsosa’s successful acting career has contributed to her financial success. She has an estimated net worth of $100,000, earned primarily through her acting roles.