Katlego Danke in Real Life: Age, Education, Son, Baby Daddy, Husband, House, Career And Awards
Katlego Danke is a South African actress, TV presenter, and radio DJ. Beautiful Danke she’s a Tsonga woman and she’s popularly known for her role in the soapie Generations where she played the character of Dineo Mashaba as well as her role as Kgothalo on Isidingo. She has a BA Degree in Theatre and Performance from the University of Cape Town.
Katlego Danke Age
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The actress was born on 7th November 1978 meaning she is turning 42 years later this year. She was born in North West, South Africa. Her childhood was spent in places such as Mafikeng, Potchefstroom, Mabopane, and Ga-Rankuwa.
Katlego Danke Education
The actress’s early education is unknown though she joined the University of Cape Town and graduated with a BA in Theatre and Performance. She graduated back in 2001 at the age of 23 and she also completed a diploma in Management Studies in 2010, with Wits Business School.
Katlego Danke Son and Baby Daddy
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Regardless of her desire for privacy, people know that she has a son. The name is unknown though she had the boy back in 2017. The father of the child is unknown although some rumors mentioned Patrice Motsepe. Nothing has been confirmed, which may be tough considering that it is not even clear if there is a Katlego Danke relationship.
Katlego Danke Husband
Is Katlego Danke married? Katlego is indeed one of those private celebrities in Mzansi. No one actually knows whether she is married or not, that is, if you exclude her marriage in the show Generations. If you want to see the Katlego Danke wedding pictures, go watch the episode in which she got married to Phenyo.
Katlego Danke House
Katlego Danke house Recent reports appeared that she was about to be kicked out of her house by First National Bank (FNB) after she failed to keep up with her monthly payments. Her home, which is Ferndale, Randburg, has arrears amounting to more than R21, 000.
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Katlego Danke Career
Katlego was performing in theatre before getting into television. She obtained her BA in Theatre and Performance at the University of Cape Town in 2001 and is well-known for stage performances in theatre productions such as Beyond the Veil, The House of Kalumba, The Town that was Mad, Crimes of the Heart, King Lear, Miss Tertiary Feel, Occupational Therapy Project, and the Opera performance of Macbeth.
From 2002 she played a role in e.tv’s drama Backstage. She appeared on Generations from 2006, receiving the best actress award from the South African Film and Television Awards. She completed a diploma in Management Studies in 2010, with Wits Business School.
In 2016, following her exit from Generations, Danke began playing a repetitive role in South African soap opera, Isidingo. On the show, she plays the character Kgothalo.
Isidingo ended its 21-year run on 12 March 2020. Earlier to Isidingo’s conclusion, it was announced that Danke would have a starring role in Gomora, a new South African telenovela on channel Mzansi Magic.
Katlego Danke Nomination and Awards
The actor has won several awards including:
- Best Dressed Actress in 2009 at the South African Film and TV Awards
- Nominated for a YOU Spectacular award for Favorite Actress in 2010
- Nominated the Best Screen Villain in the Duku-Duku Awards in 2004
Katlego Danke Net-worth
Coming to her worth, the exact details as to how much Danke earns remains a mystery. But taking into consideration her experience, fame, and TV roles, we fell she might take in a handsome amount of money.