Sarita Reth was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She attended the private French primary school Lycée Français René-Descartes followed by Vanda Institute where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in English. Currently, Sarita is pursuing a Masters Degree in International Relations at the Royal University of Law and Economics.
At the age of 17, Sarita started competing in beauty pageants and talent competitions which eventually led to her landing a role as TV Presenter for BBC Media Action's TV series, Love9.
Sarita’s passion for acting landed her roles in several short films: Happiness (2015), The Dinner (2016), Kidnap (2017), The Interview (2017), as well as several TV dramas. She has also starred in several feature films: Mind Cage (2016), Love To The Power of Four (2016), and HEX (2017). In 2016, Sarita was awarded with the Youth Champion Award by U.N.F.P.A. Cambodia for her advocacy in promoting gender equality, reproductive health rights, and prevention against gender-based violence in Cambodia.
Sarita has acted in over 10 feature films and TV series.
Sarita set up multiple businesses for her stepmom since the age of 19.
She's flown to Malaysia over 30 times and considers it her second home.
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