Rebaone Kgosimore Biography AKA Paul Moroka from Generations the Legacy. .

Rebaone Kgosimore
Rebaone Kgosimore

Rebaone Kgosimore is a well-known South African actor, singer, and dancer best known for portraying Paul Moroka on SABC1’s Generations The Legacy.

Biography profile of Rebaone Kgosimore

Full name : Rebaone Kgosimore
Gender : Male
Age : 30 -35
Date of birth : Unknown
Place of birth : Unknown
Nationality : South African
Occupation : Actor, Singer and Dancer
Music type : Pop

Early life of Rebaone Kgosimore

Currently unknown are Rebaone Kgosimore’s birthdate and the city in where he was born and raised. Only that he is presently residing in Johannesburg, Gauteng. He speaks English, Tswana, Sesotho, and Pedi with ease. Kgosimore is a black man with dark brown eyes and estimated height of 1.84 meters.

Education of Rebaone Kgosimore

He matriculated there in 2009 after beginning high school there in 2007 at Itirele Zenzele Comprehensive School. Later, he persuaded the University of Witwatersrand to let him continue his education there, where he earned a BA in dramatic arts.

Rebaone Kgosimore

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¬†Kgosimore’s career

He was previously an intern with BankservAfrica’s Strategic Marketing department. Rebaone has also worked as a radio host for VOW(Voice of Wits) FM in the past. He currently works for himself and appears on Generations The Legacy as an actor. He also appeared in a number of other programs, including One Piece on Netflix as Mr. 7, Scandal as Dr., and Noughts and Crosses as the New Reporter on Film Africa. Monareng Seiphemo in Shuga Down South 2 on MTV. As a carriage attendant in Outlander and as Kalabi in Roots on the History Channel.

As of 2023, he is acting on Generations the Legacy where he potrayed a character as Paul Moroka. He stepped into the mighty Moroka family as Paul Moroka Jnr, son to Kabisi Moroka played by (Mpho J Molepo) .

Paul Moroka from Generations the Legacy

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