Do You Remember Samuel Khumalo From Old Generations! Where Is He?
His fans are asking questions as to where is Samuel Khumalo because we no longer seeing him in entertainment industry.
Thabiso Mokhethi, 36, has been to hell and back but now he's in a professional seventh heaven, thanks to rehab. The gifted actor, who plays Musa in e.tv soapie Rhythm City play a villain and a multi-dimensional character, suffered depression after losing his mother and brother in a car crash
People still remember Thabiso Mokhethi as Samuel on Generations.
The actress was Gospel Time presenter. He enjoys playing the character because it's not like other roles he has played before.
However, the former 7de Laan actor admitted that, to some degree, Musa's dark character mimics a reality that Mokhethi once lived.
In 2014 Thabiso became physically abusive to his wife and because of that he almost lost his family until he realised that he had a problem that needed to be dealt with.
Thabiso has been quiet and his fans are wondering where could he be. All we see in Instagram is a pictures of him and his wife enjoying life.
Thabiso recently celebrated the birthday of his wife in Instagram. He is Husband and a father figure of 3 .
In case you are wondering where is Thabiso or Samuel Khumalo'l, we'll be happy to know that his been around in Acting. His latest actress was in "Omen Mzansi show". Omen is an Mzansi Magic Production which was created by Kelton Sinyosi and Zelipa
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