Tshiamo Molobi (born 17 May 2003) is a South African actor best known for his recurring role as Lefa, a student who always has a plan up his sleeve, in the e.tv soapie Rhythm City.
His small screen debut was a year later when he was cast as Lemo, the unruly little brother of Ipeleng (Thuso Mbedu), in the MTV Base youth drama series MTV Shuga: Down South (Season 5 of the show), in 2015.
He reprised the role for Season 2, in 2017.
In 2016 he appeared in another film, Happiness Is a Four-letter Word, directed by Thabang Moleya.
He next landed the recurring role of Lefa, the brother of Reneilwe (Amo Chidi) and Kea (Kamogelo Molatlhoe), on the e.tv soapie Rhythm City, making his first appearance in the role on 27 February, 2019.
Later that year he had another recurring role, this time as Tshepo on the Mzansi Magic soapie The Queen, making his first appearance in Season 4, Episode 59, which aired on 17 October, 2019.
Tshiamo was later cast as Nox's (Nozuko Ncayiyane) bright, straight-A student younger brother Sibusiso who is fatally shot during a house robbery he was not supposed to be part of, in the Mzansi Magic telenovela DiepCity.
The series premiered on 5 April, 2021.
A month later he had a guest starring role in an episode of the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockville, appearing in Season 5, Episode 8 (which aired on 23 May).
The 18 year old is nominated on the 5th Royalty Soapie for his role of Sbusiso on DiepCity.
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