Cedric Fourie (also credited as Cedric Anthony Fourie) is a South African actor best known for his role as Lehasa, a businessman who catches the eye of Sonti, on the SABC1 youth soapie Skeem Saam.
Born and raised in Orlando Gardens in Soweto, he attended several schools including Lenasia, Greyville Primary School, Princess Primary School, Princess High School and Athlone Boys High School.
Having studied at the University of the Witwatersrand, Cedric worked as a network engineer at mobile companies including Ericcson, the Mobax Group and Huawei Technologies. His primary passion, however, lies in the arts, acting and performing.
In 2012 he had a guest turn as William on the SABC1 soapie Generations. Three years later he played the role of The Hammer on Generations: The Legacy.
In early 2015 he starred in the Mzansi Magic Daily Sun telemovie My 4-5 Just Sleeps as JB, a smooth operator with a strong libido who sleeps with the wrong woman, who in turn decides to put a curse on him by stealing his underwear and taking it to a sangoma.
In December 2015 he starred in the M-Net Original Film The Ring, produced by M-Net's 2015 Magic in Motion Academy interns. The film - also starring Kenneth Nkosi, Mac Leshomo, Sana Mchunu, Sive Mabuya and Ntando Mncube - is a comedy set in a hotel, and first aired on 19 December that year.
Cedric also played the guest role of Chris Cele on the third season of the Mzansi Magic soapie isiBaya and in mid-2016 he landed a guest starring role in a third season episode of the SABC1 legal drama series Sokhulu & Partners.
He landed his biggest role to date in September 2016, when he began filming the major recurring role of Lehasa on the fifth season of the SABC1 youth soapie Skeem Saam. He made his first appearance on the show on Thursday 8 December, 2016.
In 2017 he had a guest starring role as Frank on the e.tv drama series Harvest, appearing in the episode which aired on 11 September (Season 1, Episode 20).