Brenda Wairimu Biography: Age, Education, Acting Career, Boyfriend, & Marriage With Juliani

At the heights of the Kenyan entertainment industry is the Mombasa-bred Brenda Wairimu with an impressive career record. Her life story is a perfect combination of beauty and talent on a great deal of local television series. Brenda Wairimu biography canvases all her successes.

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Apart from appearing on television, Brenda is a seasoned studio producer cum businesswoman.  

Brenda Wairimu Biography Age, Education, Acting Career, Boyfriend, & Marriage With Juliani
Brenda Wairimu Biography Age, Education, Acting Career, Boyfriend, & Marriage With Juliani

Brenda Wairimu profile summary

Real namesBrenda Wairimu
BirthdayMay 3, 1989
Age35 years
Net WorthKsh. 20 million

Brenda Wairimu Biography

While not much of Wairimu’s childhood is in the public domain, she is still a relatable figure to a majority of fanatics.

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Who is actress Brenda Wairimu?

Education background

Born in the coastal region, Brenda attended local primary and secondary schools before proceeding to the United States International University (USIU) for a bachelor’s degree in international business administration.

She later won a sponsorship to study Bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration. It is in the public domain that her mother died in 2015 after a short illness.

Brenda Wairimu’s career history

Brenda who started acting in 2009 became a sensational actress in the series, Changing Times. She made it to the limelight with the role of Shariffa, a poverty-stricken girl trying to match the standards of her wealthy girlfriends. Soon after came a life-changing nomination as the Best Supporting Actress in Changing Times Drama at the Kalasha Awards. 

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She has since acted as Lulu in Mali series as a spoiled rich girl abusing drugs, in the Kona series, Shuga as Dala, and Kiki in Skandals Kibao.

In 2018, she starred as the lead actress in the television series Monica. She portrayed Monica, as an outgoing lass trying to climb the social ladder by all means. 

On top of that, she has featured in the films Subira, Disconnect, and 18 Hours. Subira won an award for best actress in a film, and she was a co-producer on 18 Hours. 

Family, marriage, and relationships

Actress Brenda Wairimu was previously married to singer Juliani, for a period spanning 8 years. The two met during Juliani’s “Kama Si Sisi tour” at USIU where Brenda was an ongoing student.

The two sired a lovely daughter Amor Njeri before ending their allegedly rocky relationship in 2017. The two are still co-parenting even as Juliani is married to the former Machakos County first lady Lilian Nganga. In 2023, she introduced yet another low-key lover of the Nigerian descent.

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The biography of Brenda Wairimu is a source of inspiration to several followers among them young actresses. Her uprising

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