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Sabeetha Perera

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Years active
1967 – present


Chandupa Jayasinghe

Sabeetha Perera smiling, with black curly hair and yellow nail polish while wearing a yellow blouse, black pants, and wristwatch

Full Name
Warnakulasuriya Uswattha Liyanage Sabeetha Janaki Perera

1 December 1962 (age 58) (
Wennappuwa, Sri Lanka

Don Upali Jayasinghe (m. 1996)

1985 and 1988 Sarasaviya Best Actress Award

Goa Dalli CID 999, Aba, Address Na, Deveni Gamana, Ara Soyza

Yashoda Wimaladharma, Malini Fonseka, Sangeetha Weeraratne, Geetha Kumarasinghe, Dilhani Ekanayake

Jeevithayata Idadenna | Sabeetha Perera | Sirasa TV | 21st September 2020

Warnakulasuriya Uswattha Liyanage Sabeetha Janaki Perera, popularly as Sabeetha Perera (born in December 1, 1962 as සබීතා පෙරේරා [Sinhala]) is an award winning Sri Lankan actress, mainly works in cinema and television. She has received a number of awards for her acting, including the Sarasaviya, OCIC, Presidential and the Swarna Shanka.


Personal life

Sabeetha was born on 1 December 1962 as the third of the four daughters to famous actor and director W.O.L Stanley Perera and famous actress Shri Kavilakshana Panditha Koralage Girlie Gunewardane. They lived in mother's home town, Mount Lavinia in early days and attended to Visakha Montessori for primary education and then to Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo. After few years, they moved to father's home town Wennappuwa and completed her secondary education from Holy Family Convent, Wennappuwa.

Acting career

On the left, Sabeetha Perera smiling, sitting on the chair, and wearing a white and maroon dress while on the right, is an article

Sabeetha started her cinema career at the age of 3 years, when he played the role of daughter in her own father's film Ivasana Dana. Then she acted as the daughter of her own mother in the film Hathara Kendaraya. After the role in Yasapalitha Nanayakkara’s film `Rosy, Sabeetha staged Pakistani film career. The Sinhala titled Sadaakal Randeva which was based on the novel Never say Good Bye screened in Pakistan as Kabi Al Vidana Kena. The film became a blockbuster hit in both countries as well. This induced Pakistani film makers to introduce Sabeetha for further Pakistani films and she completed 17 Urdu films at the end.


  • No. denotes the Number of Sri Lankan film in the Sri Lankan cinema.

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    Sabeetha Perera smiling and sitting on the couch with crossed legs while wearing a pink and black sleeveless dress, earrings, bracelet, and ring

    Sabeetha Perera smiling with curly hair while wearing a pink blazer, white inner blouse, ring, and pearl long necklace

    Sabeetha Perera smiling with black curly hair while wearing necklace, earrings, bracelet, and a black and white leopard print sleeveless dress

    Sabeetha Perera smiling with black curly hair while wearing a black and pink blouse and earrings


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