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thabiso 1-060.jpg2Born and bred in Soweto, Thabiso Kevin Mokhethi began his schooling at John Mitchell Primary School, he matriculated at Germiston High School. It was at Germiston High that his love for acting was discovered as he took part in various school plays and won 'Best actor' on several of those plays. It was his love for acting and modelling that propelled him to join one of South Africa's well recognized talent agencies: G3

In 2003 he was chosen as a puppeteer and presenter on a popular kid's show 'Thabang Thabong' which airs daily on SABC2; this was when he was officially introduced to the South African audience. His appearance as a lead on many print and television adverts familiarised him with both children and adults alike.

These adverts include KFC, Guinesse, Jet clothing, Wild Island juice, DSTV, Cell C, SAB, He launched national lottery's 'Sportstake'; he was appointed as the face of the first advert Sportstake ever aired. Proving to be a go-getter Thabiso also landed a role as a lead actor and promoter for Iwisa Industrial Theatre in 2004.

He has done modelling work for brands like Diesel, Ghetto Star 2002 - 2004. He has also appeared as a guest presenter on SABC1 music show One now popularly known as Live.

His aspirations to infiltrate the South African entertainment industry landed him the role of Samuel Khumalo on the multi award-winning soapie Generations. He proved to be a favourite with the audience because what started off as a three month contract turned to a fruitful six year relationship with the soapie.

In his own capacity Thabiso has proved to possess many talents including being a voiceover artist and mc. He's a sought after motivational speaker; he frequents conferences, stadiums and churches addressing society's ills whilst coaching people on the way forward! He's been in a three year long partnership with the department of social department as the brand ambassador for Ke Moja (I am fine without drugs) a government sponsored initiative where Thabiso and other personalities like DJ Fresh speak to youngsters about the dangers of drug use and the steps to take towards rehabilitating yourself post addiction.

He says God is in charge of his life and his future is even brighter than his past and present. Through his company Living Righteouness Entertainment he has managed to work with the Mpumalanga government to bring awareness&promote domestic tourism.

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