Lesedi Matsunyane Ferguson is a South African actress and model. She was born on February 10, 1992, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her parents are Shona Ferguson and Connie Ferguson, both of whom are well-known actors and producers in South Africa.
Lesedi Matsunyane Ferguson attended the University of Johannesburg, where she studied Dramatic Arts. She then went on to train as an actress at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles.
Lesedi made her acting debut in 2017, when she was cast in the role of Amanda on the SABC1 soap opera, “Generations: The Legacy”. The show follows the lives of wealthy families in Johannesburg and has been on the air since 1993.
In addition to her acting career, Lesedi is also a model. She has appeared in several fashion campaigns and has worked with top South African designers.
Lesedi is also an advocate for body positivity and encourages young girls to embrace their natural beauty. She has spoken out against the use of filters and photoshop in the media and on social media, and has urged people to embrace their imperfections.