Lesley-Ann Brandt is a South African actress who was born on the 2nd of December, 1981 to a cruise ship owner father and an artist mother in Cape Town. As a young girl, she was actively involved in sports like Hockey and Baseball. Lesley studied acting and was trained in the Meisner technique in 2008 and while she was 19 she moved to Auckland New Zealand to pursue her interests in acting.
Lesley-Ann Brandt started her acting career with a TV role in the show named Diplomatic Immunity, a New Zealand TV series, in which she appeared in a lead role. She also appeared in some guest roles in a hospital-based TV drama named Shortland Street, followed by her roles in some other shows like Shortland Street and This Is Not My Life.
With these small roles, her career took a U-turn after she auditioned and was selected for some big movies like Spartacus: Blood and Sand where she played the role of a slave named Naevia. The series stars actors like Manu Bennett, Nick E. Tarabay, and many others.
She was also seen in Legend of the Seeker (2010), and also in CSI: New York the same year, with another promising role in Spartacus: Vengeance, a year later. There is no more detail information about her personal life.