The South African entertainment industry is not blessed with many great talented people living with Albinism. It is very rare to see actors living with this condition but they are absolutely there and they deserve the same treatment as everyone else. One talented person living with Albinism whom we got to know and love, is Tebatso Mashishi.
Tebatso Mashishi is a Limpopo-born actor who graduated from the Drama/Film Department of Tshwane University of Technology in 2016 with a degree in B technology. Tebatso Mashishi currently plays the role of Kgosi in Muvhango. He also starred in the popular movie Matwetwe, which was successfully released in 2017.
This young talented actor has been making wa3in the entertainment industry and his acting skills are absolutely breathtaking and exceptional without a doubt. Apart from his work on television this talented actor is a proud father of one and he just loves sharing some adorable moments with his adorable daughter who resembles him.
Doesn't he have such a cute and adorable daughter? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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