Tshiamo Molobi (born on 17 May 2003) is popular young talent South African entertainment industry has produced. He has gained recognition for playing the role of Lefa (recurring) in Rhythm City.
On the e.tv soap opera, his character is a school teenager who has a plan to execute each time.
He has made many television viewers have his name on their lips for his exceptional career.
He may be young but he is no newbie in the entertainment industry. He has appeared in movies that date back to 2014.
|Born||17 May 2003 (age 18 years)|
|Popular role||Lefa from Rhythm City|
The young talent was born on 17 May 2003 in South Africa. He has managed to grow relevant in the industry even as a teen.
He has made an appearance on-screen far back on the popular show Shuga. On the show, he was cast as Lemo.
In the film written by Jaco Smit, he appeared among other stars including Ivan Botha, DonnaLee Roberts, Marius Weyers. He played the role of Lucky.
More acting followed his performance on screen. In the movie directed by Thabang Moleya Happiness Is a Four-Letter Word he made it as cast. He played the role of Lunga.
He landed the role of Lefa the brother of Reneilwe and Kea on Rhythm City. Molobi appeared first on the soap opera on 27 February 2019.
Another acting role (recurring) came knocking in the same year, he played the role of Tshepo in The Queen.
He made his debut on Season 4, Episode 59, of the Mzansi Magic soap opera.
In the popular Mzansi Magic Drama DiepCity, he appears playing the role of Sisbusiso.
In the serial, the character is an intelligent brother of Nox played by Nozuko Ncayiyane.
Though his life was cut short in a house heist he shouldn’t have a partaking in.
According to online sources, Tshiamo Molobi has an estimated net worth of around US$30,000. His source of wealth revolves around his acting profession.
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