- 35 Years
- South Africa
- Cape Town
- Hair Colour
- Light Blonde
- Eye Colour
- Dress Size
- Shoe Size
Lee-Anne returned to South Africa towards the end of 2005, after studying acting at the New York Film Academy, where she scored top honours and starred in numerous short films.
Her first film role back in South Africa was in the movie Prey, directed by Darrell Roodt. Recently she landed a role as a junior neurologist in a British production of the Chris Barnard story and she stars as the 1960 flashback in a new series for Dutch television, called "Stellenbosch". She plays poker, loves muscle cars and did all the stunt driving in the movie Big Fellas, in addition to her role of identical but totally different triplets in the movie Big Fellas, Hanneke, Gerda and Yolanda. By all accounts, more experienced actors on the set were impressed with the new girl. With comments like "awesome", "professional" and "extremely talented" from Cokey Falkow and Colin Moss, it looks like she's arrived.
She is off to Australia for a few months next year to star in a psychological thriller alongside some of Australia's hottest acting talent.
Title: Stellenbosch - Role: Anneke Keppel 35yrs - Director: Michiel Van Jaarsveld- Production Company: Motel Films
Title: Big Fellas - Role: Hanneke/Yolanda/Gerda - Director: Philip Roberts- Production Company: Rogue Star Films
Title: To Be First - Role: Junior Neurologist - Director: Patrick Reams- Production Company: DO Productions
Title: Prey - Role: Anne- Hostess - Director: Darrell Roodt- Production Company: Ingenious Films.
Title: Born Again - Role: Jessica (Lead), Director: Paul W Warner -Production Company: NYFA Short.
Title: For a Moment - Role: Lee-Anne (Lead) Director: Anna Cridland - Production company: HAT Entertainment.
Title: Cave TV - Role: Aura (Lead) Director: David Roy- Production Company: SidekickScout Productions