Kamo Modisakeng biography, age, profile, boyfriend, pictures, birthday

Kamo Modisakeng (born 14 July 1994) is a South African social media influencer, model, and actress. Her profession brought her fame as many television viewers know her as Bassie. She played the role in Rockville, an Mzansi Magic television series.

Kamo’s impressive performance with her role on television acting brought her fame. She is a beauty that got many crushes on her.

In the show, she plays the role of Bassie and is a niece to Mavis. She is a beauty and innocent that anyone can tell, though she found love in the arms of a man who is much older than she is.

Modisakeng also landed a role in the popular South African soap opera Muvhango. She was cast as Warona on the SABC2 popular drama series.

Profile

Kamo Modisakeng biography
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NameKamo Modisakeng
Born14 July 1994 (age 27 years)
GenderFemale
BirthdayJuly 14
NationalitySouth African
BoyfriendTrey
ProfessionSocial media influencer, actress, model

Age

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Her date of birth is on 14 July 1994 and the place of birth is in South Africa. Kamo Modisakeng is 27 years old. She celebrates in the remembrance of the day she was born on July 14.

Education

The beautiful model is not only good on the screen but in academics too. Yea! she got beauty and brains, a perfect combo to have an edge in the competitive industry.

Kamo attended the Dominican Convent High School, Belgravia, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Modisakeng had always wanted to study arts but her mother advised her to study Journalism and she did. Her mother had to advise her to do something different since she did arts in High school.

She has always been passionate about entertainment since her tender days. According to her, she did not plan to be an influencer on social media, it was unintentional.

Boyfriend

Kamo Modisakeng is dating Trey, a DreamTeam member. Their relationship has made headlines over the past couple of months. She took to Twitter to share a “loved-up video” of her and her boyfriend though his face was not revealed.

Their love for each other seems to grow stronger by the day, Trey also shared pictures of his girl with flowers he got her.

Popular cast

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  • Amalia in aYeYe (Season 1).
  • Bakang in Broken Vows (Season 1). 
  • Musa in Isithembiso (Season 2).
  • Warona in Muvhango (Season 1).
  • Bassie in Rockville (Season 4).
  • Fifi in The Road (Season 1). 

Pictures

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The model sure knows how to turn the internet to a noisy market with her pictures which receive positive feedback.

She shared the picture of her and her mother on social media during her mum’s birthday. Judging by her mother’s looks you could confirm where she got that pretty face. 

Kamo left her mother a heartfelt message, “Happy birthday to this cutie. My mother. The most gorgeous girl in the world. I love you”. 

She further wrote that her mother is the main reason she could boast of knowing true love. Not everyone can say this about their mother. She must be a loving and caring woman.

Career

Kamo is a professional actress and has gained popularity for playing the starring role of Bassie. The beautiful and innocent niece of Mavis on the popular drama series Rockville, an Mzansi Magic soap opera.

She appeared first on television as an actress after landing the role of Amelia in aYeYe. Kamo made the appearance on the Vuzu Amp drama series in 2015.

Another acting role followed, she played a starring role as Fifi in The Road, a popular Mzansi Magic telenovela.

In 2020, she replaced Gaosi Raditholo on the soapie Muvhango. On the SABC2 drama series, she was cast as Warona and appeared first on the show on 14 January 2020.

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