Warren Masemola is a South African entertainer and voice craftsman most popular for his job as workmanship chief Lentswe Mokethi on the e.tv soapie Scandal!, in 2008.
He is likewise referred to for his featuring job as gay neighbor Thokozani "Thoko" Chanel - Phumi's (Busi Lurayi) companion - in the SABC1 sitcom Ses'Top La.
He likewise assumed the part of Tizozo on the SABC1 dramatization series Intersexions (2010) and has had visitor appearances on TV series like Isidingo and The Philanthropist.
Warren was brought into the world in Garankuwa, however experienced childhood in Soshanguve. He registered from Reitumetse/Tshwane Christian School in 2000.
He understood that his adoration for human expressions could be diverted into a profession, so he enlisted at Moving Into Dance – an institute in Joburg's Newtown.
He read there for a year, which was trailed by two years of concentrating on show at the Market Theater Laboratory, moving on from that point in 2004.
Voice projects remember a job for the Metro FM radio dramatization Chase and a public broadcast called Frank for Frank Talk. His auditorium experience incorporates a melodic coordinated by Fiona Ramsay (Spirit of Gerard Sekoto-Guga Mzimba), an European visit with Robyn Orlin in Dressed to Kill...Killed to Dress; and an operatic piece canceled When we strip our skin...
He adores voyaging, appreciates music and perusing. His number one TV programs incorporate Weeds, Shameless, Modern Family and Breaking Bad.
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