A look into the life of Warren Masemola, Alopecia, Marriage, and Wife.

Warren Masemola

A look into the life of Warren Masemola, Alopecia, Marriage, and Wife.

Personal life history

Warren Masemola is a South African actor and voice over artist who was born 18 May 1983 (39 years old). He is best known for portraying a character as director Lentswe Mokethi on Scandal in 2008

Warren was born in Garankuwa but spent his childhood in Soshanguve. In the year 2000, he enrolled at Reitumetse/Tshwane Christian School. He realized that his passion for the arts could be turned into a career and enrolled at Moving Into Dance, a dance academy in Johannesburg’s Newtown. He studied there for a year before moving on to the Market Theatre Laboratory for two years, where he graduated in 2004.

Warren was fortunate to grew up with both parents but unfortunately his father passed away when he was in Grade 7. The passing of his father left him broken but he found comfort in his mother who was still alive.

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Warren Masemola

Condition of Alopecia

He was diagnosed with alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss, when he was six years old. He’s been bald since then. Not having hair was an issue when he was younger, but he got over it as he grew older. It’s one of the things that helped him accept himself for who he is. He don’t think there was stigma, he says, because people didn’t know what alopecia was. The actor, who was born in GaRankuwa, north of Pretoria, says his childhood in the nearby Soshanguve township was enjoyable despite his condition. He was a mischievous child. He was always misplacing his school jersey or blazer at school.


Despite acting as a gay Warren is a straight man who has been married to Kguagelo Masemola since 2017. More than a couple of years after their wedding, the actor and his wife have continued to live a very private life, so much that many fans are unaware he is married, leaving many others to guess what is going on in their lives as a couple.

His marriage was blessed with a child in 2020, after three years of marriage. In May, the notoriously private actor announced on social media that he and his wife were expecting a child, and a few months later, they welcomed their bundle of joy when Kguagelo gave birth to a baby boy.

Warren Masemola has kept all details about his child private, but in November 2020, he shared an amazing picture of himself and his wife on Instagram, in which the couple showed Kguagelo’s baby bump. For the time being, he has only revealed two pictures of his child, whose name is unknown to the public.

Warren Masemola and his pregnant wife

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Career journey in acting

His acting talent is undeniable, despite the fact that the acting bug bit him without his knowledge. Acting was always a possibility for him, but he never saw it. After matriculation, he realized his true destiny.

He is well-known for his role in the SABC1 sitcom Ses’Top La as gay neighbor Thokozani “Thoko” Chanel, Phumi’s (Busi Lurayi) sidekick.
Also he appeared as Tizozo in the SABC1 drama series Intersexions (2010) and as a guest on television shows such as Isidingo and The Philanthropist.

A role in the Metro FM radio drama Chase and a radio show called Frank for Frank Talk are among her voice projects. His theatrical credits include a Fiona Ramsay-directed musical, a European tour with Robyn Orlin in Dressed to Kill…Killed to Dress, and an operatic piece called When we peel off our skin.

Warren Masemola when he was acting as a gay

Other interest

Warren enjoys traveling, music, and reading. Weeds, Shameless, Modern Family, and Breaking Bad are among his favorite television shows.