Brenda Wairimu is the epitome of talent and beauty. She has appeared in several popular local television series and also works as a producer. As mentioned elsewhere in this article, the award-winning actress was married to hip hop artist Juliani. She is one of the country's highest-paid actors. This writer has gathered the following information about the actress.
She was born on May 3, 1989. She was raised and educated in Mombasa. Brenda's mother died in 2015, three years after her father passed away.
Brenda attended the United States International University (USIU). She was awarded a scholarship that enabled her to pursue a Bachelor's degree in International Business Administration.
She made her acting debut in 2009 as a member of the cast of Changing Times. Hundreds of people turned out to audition for the TV show. She felt she couldn't measure up when she saw Size 8 in one of the episodes. She did, however, get to play Shariffa, a poor girl trying to fit in with her wealthy friends. While she was overjoyed to be cast in this role, she received numerous negative comments. Some thought she wasn't audible enough and mumbled a lot, while others said she got the part because of her looks. But she persisted, and her character grew.
This development prompted a call from Mali's producer. Changing Times also earned her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Drama at the Kalasha Awards.
She nailed her audition for the role of Lulu in Mali. This program is what got her so much attention. Mali exploded and quickly became one of Kenya's most popular soap operas. Many people were riveted by the story of how greed and secrets can devastate family relationships. Brenda portrayed a spoiled rich girl who abused drugs.
She also had the opportunity to be cast in Kona.
She appeared as Dala in the award-winning film Shuga in 2012. She was then cast as Kiki in Skandals Kibao.
In 2018, she starred as the lead actress in the television series Monica. She portrayed Monica, a girl who will go to any length to climb the social ladder.
Aside from these, she has appeared 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.
For about eight years, the actor was married to rapper Julius Owino, alias Juliani. When Juliani was scheduled to perform at USIU as part of the Kama Si Sisi tour, they met. She tweeted about braiding her hair and how excited she was to shake the braids during his show.
He replied to the tweet, which is how they became acquainted. Their relationship was rocky, with many netizens accusing her of being with the singer for financial gain. The comments were sometimes harsh, but they moved on.
This union resulted in the birth of their lovely daughter Amor Njeri. The couple decides to divorce, but the details of their split are scarce. Juliani told SDE that they divorced amicably and co-parented without any issues. He also complimented her on being a good mother and wished her well.
Juliani has moved on and is now dating former Machakos County first lady Lilian Nganga.