Born on 15th January 1982, Ugandan Actress, Musician, Songwriter, and Media personality Cleopatra Koheirwe revealed that she is a better woman as she celebrated her 38th birthday.

Starting out with the Obsessions music, dance, and drama group in 2001, Cleopatra was introduced to the big scene. She left the group in March 2007 after numerous achievements.

In 2010, she started working on her solo singing career after friends and fans encouraged her to perform again. She released a couple of songs before channeling her focus to Acting.

Cleopatra has also had stints on radio with her first gig at Capital FM in 2003/2004 as a co-host on the Drive Time Show. She also co-presented The Dream Breakfast on Saturdays with Hakeem the Dream.

In 2008, she worked at KIU FM hosting The Left Drive and her own created show Rock & Soul on Saturdays. In 2011, she got back into radio co-hosting The Jam show at Radiocity 97fm every Monday to Friday with Hakeem.

She first appeared onscreen as Joy in The Last King of Scotland in 2006. She has since garnered numerous roles on different film and television projects locally and internationally including a role on Netflix’s Sense8 as Mother in season 2.

She has several other achievements to celebrate as she added another year onto her age and she too believes she has turned into a stronger, wiser, humbler, and better woman with each life lesson taken.

HAPPILY 38! I’ve grown stronger with every challenge, loss, setback & rejection; Grown wiser with every betrayal; Grown more humble with every achievement. I’m a BETTER WOMAN due to life’s lessons. So GRATEFUL to God!

Cleopatra Koheirwe

Happy 38th Cleo. Enjoy your day!

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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