Things You Didn’t Know About Lebohang Mthunzi

Lebohang Mthunzi is a beautiful versatile actress, director, and scriptwriter best known as Angela on Generations:The Legacy. She is married to Leeroy from Smoke & Mirrors in real life.
Check out more about her biography, age, background, career, real-life facts, and more.Lebohang Mthunzi is a talented and versatile actress, director, and scriptwriter who
has made a name for herself in the South African entertainment industry. She is best
known for her role as Angela Mogale-Radebe on the popular soap opera Generations:
The Legacy, where she portrayed a young woman who was determined to succeed in
the male-dominated advertising world.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Lebohang Mthunzi was born on May 31, 1990, in Sharpeville, a township in the south
of Gauteng province. She grew up in a humble and supportive family, and she
developed a passion for the arts from an early age.

She attended Fuba School of Dramatic and Visual Arts, where she obtained a Diploma
in Dramatic Arts. She also received training in contemporary dance, which she enjoys
as a hobby.Lebohang had a different dream when she was in high school. She wanted to be a tour
guide or a tourist, and travel the world, visit historical sites, and learn different
languages and cultures

However, she later realized that acting was her true calling, and she decided to pursue
it as a career. She believes that acting is a form of storytelling, and she loves to express
herself through different characters and genres.

Lebohang is married to JT Medupe, an actor, MC, voice artist, and dancer. The couple
met on the set of Generations: The Legacy, where JT played Jonathan Motene,
Angela’s love interest. They fell in love and tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony in
2018.

They have two children together, a son and a daughter, who are their pride and joy.
Lebohang and JT are not shy about displaying their affection and admiration for each other
on social media, where they often share sweet and funny posts about their
relationship.

Lebohang Mthunzi’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. She earns her
income from various sources, such as acting, directing, scriptwriting, and
endorsements. She has appeared in several productions, such as The Mud, The
Betrayal, Emotions, The Tokoloshe, and Generations: The Legacy, where she reportedly
earned R25,000 per month.