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Esteri Tebandeke (Esther Brenda Apolot) was born on 16 May, 1984 in Kampala, Uganda, is a Ugandan actress. At 36 years old, Esteri Tebandeke height not available right now. We will update Esteri Tebandeke's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Esther Brenda Apolot
Occupation Actress, Visual artist
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 16 May 1984
Birthday 16 May
Birthplace Kampala, Uganda
Nationality Uganda

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Her husband is Samuel Tebandeke (m. 2011)

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Esteri Tebandeke Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Esteri Tebandeke worth at the age of 36 years old? Esteri Tebandeke’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Uganda. We have estimated Esteri Tebandeke's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

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She has also ventured into directing and worked on a theatre project, Afroman Spice from Afroman ensemble, an all female theatre ensemble. The project premiered in Kampala in June 2015 and has since been staged at The Market for African Performing Arts (MASA) in Ivory Coast and is booked to show in Rwanda, Tunisia and Niger in 2016.


"Before the film, I was afraid of my dreams because they were so big. But now I am even more scared—they are bigger."


She has staged performances at various arts platforms namely; Dance Week Uganda, Dance Transmissions Festival (both annual contemporary dance showcases), Bayimba International Festival of the Arts and Umoja International Festival– initially as a student and a teacher for 3 years– to mention a few. Her work is not only restricted to Uganda but she has also been involved in projects in Kenya, Rwanda, Madagascar, South Africa, Tanzania, the United States of America, and Ethiopia. She has performed at La Mama in New York in 2012, Artwater Village Theatre in 2013 and New Orleans Fringe in 2014.

Esteri got her first acting role in a short film on one of the programs of the Maisha Film Lab program– a Uganda-based non-profit film training initiative founded by award-winning director Mira Nair for emerging East African and South Asian filmmakers. She acted in Judith Adong's Sins of the Parents in 2008 and Master on Duty in 2009 by Joseph Ken Ssebaggala. Her latest film work was on the soon to be released Walt Disney Pictures production, Queen of Katwe, starring Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo. Speaking about the film, Esteri describes the impact that Queen of Katwe has had on her in the following words:


Esteri has been married since 2011 to Samuel Lutaaya Tebandeke, a screenwriter and actor. They currently live in Nairobi, Kenya.


She has played roles in the films Sins of the Parents (2008), Master on Duty (2009), Queen of Katwe (2016) and Her Broken Shadow (2016) was her first foray into science fiction.

Esteri starting working as a contemporary dancer in 2008 and has performed with various dance companies in Uganda namely Keiga Dance Company, Stepping Stones dance company, Mutumizi dance Company, Guerrilla Dance Company among others.

She has been an actress since 2008 performing in a variety of theatre and film productions in Uganda. Her debut theatre production, Lion and The Jewel where she portrayed Sidi was directed by Kaya Kagimu Mukasa. Other theatre projects have included Maria Kizito– lead actress as a psychopathic nun– a play by Brown University professor, Erik Ehn about the trial of nuns who facilitated the massacre of Tutsis during the Rwandan genocide. She was the lead actress in Cooking Oil, a play by award-winning playwright Deborah Asiimwe, which was performed in Uganda and the United States of America. Other theatre projects have included a mentally disturbed psychiatrist in the Ugandan production of The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield in the Bosnian War as well as a frustrated wife in The Marriage Chronicles. In late 2015, Esteri travelled to the Northern part of Uganda with a group of artists to collect stories and hopefully turn these into stage plays that will be presented to audiences around the world. The Story Circle project, which was headed by Jerry Stropnicky, a theatre practitioner in the United States gave her great insights into the use of story as a mechanism to help people cope with different aspects of life such as trauma.


Esteri Tebandeke (born 16 May 1984) is a Ugandan film and theatre actress, dancer and visual artist. She is a graduate of the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art at Makerere University.