Lehasa Moloi life history AKA Wiston on Generations the legacy.

Lehasa Moloi
Lehasa Moloi

Lehasa Moloi was born 3 June 1987 in Free State. He is known as Wiston on Generations the legacy.

Name: Lehasa Moloi

Born: 3 June 1987

From: Free State

Nationality: South African

Occupation: Actor , Television presenter and Model.

Gender: Màle

Known as: Wiston on Generations the legacy

Personal life history

Lehasa Moloi is South African who was born in the Free State province of South Africa on June 3, 1987. He grew up in both the Free State and the Gauteng Province, in Johannesburg. His parents divorced while he was a child, but they remained present and co-parented him until he was old enough to be self-sufficient. His father died in July 2017 following a brief illness, and he and Lehasa had a strong relationship.

Educational background and marital status of Moloi.

Lehasa has a Bcom Entrepreneurship degree and is currently pursuing acting and writing studies. He can also communicate in English, Sesotho, Afrikaans, Zulu, and Setswana.
He is married to Cleo Moloi and the couple has two children together.

Lehasa journey in acting career

Lehasa Moloi is a South African actor, model, and writer best known for playing Mavis Mabaso’s son Oupa in the Mzansi Magic drama series Rockville. He was a recurring character in the first two seasons before being upgraded to a leading role in Season 3.

In 2012, Lehasa was recognized for hosting Mgongo, an e.tv music and technology review magazine show.

Lehasa Moloi
Lehasa Moloi

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Lehasa is no stranger to the entertainment scene, hailing from the Free State. He has previously acted in TV commercials, music videos, different soap operas (such as Rhythm City and Isidingo), and, most notably, as PJ Luthuli in the film Spud: The Movie.

Lehasa financial crisis

He landed the role of Dr. Kutlwano Molefe in the SABC2 soapie Muvhango. Jobs began to dry up after that, and his world disintegrated as he was left jobless, poor, and sad.

“I went to 150 auditions in 2011 and I didn’t even get one callback. It was disheartening to always return empty-handed. I was forced to return home,” he said

He added and said, “I went through a lot of depression because I felt like I couldn’t make decisions with my life and move forward while my peers, who had degrees, were moving forward in their respective careers. I started to regret the decisions I had made,”

As a needy individual, Lehasa began selling insurance for his friend’s insurance company. He secured a six-month deal with e.tv to host Mgongo, a music show, in 2013. He went on to work as a brand ambassador for the fragrance company Joop! before landing the role of Oupa Mabaso on Rockville for four seasons. He was a recurring character in the first two seasons before being upgraded to a leading role in Season 3.

After that, he began to earn acting opportunities, which was like seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. Erfsondes, Soul Buddyz, Wild at Heart, old e.tv soapie Rhythm City, and portraying Khaya Gumede on Isidingo season one were among his other roles. As Zakes Moloi, he also appeared on Broken Vows and Gold Diggers.

Lehasa other interest besides acting

In his spare time, Lehasa sings and makes music. He enjoys reading, sports, going to the gym, and playing a lot of PlayStation. Jay-Z to Johnny Cash, Bob Marley to Bassment Jaxx, The Ramones, TKZee, and Usher are among his musical favorites, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is his favorite film.