No doubt he has been making waves since his thrust into the limelight. His success has seen him bagging more gigs and playing lead roles on Mzansi’s finest screenplays.
We can all agree that he has made all sorts of waves within the entertainment industry. Indeed he is riding his wave of success and enjoying the fair share of fame that comes with his brilliance, and he is among the rising stars making names for themselves in the industry.
Through his fantastic talent, TK Sebothoma has managed to capture viewers’ attention in any show he is cast on. His deep Pretorian lingo and thoughtful street attitude always come as a bonus for TK in his career as an actor.
TK Sebothoma is a man who has brought his A-game to the acting world. He is a dedicated young man who has created a path for himself in the entertainment world. Since he took up his first acting role in the fifth season of the MTV Base drama series MTV Shuga as Zolani in 2017, he has continuously won the hearts of many young entertainment lovers in the country.
Here is an impressive journey of TK ;
Age and Education
Tk is an actor, writer, director, voice-over artist and MC. Not much is known about his family apart from being born into a decent middle-class family. Tokollo Sebothoma was born on 24 May 1994 in Mamelodi, Pretoria. He graduated from AFDA with a BA Degree in Live Performance in 2016 and has steadily worked in television ever since.
Thrust Into Limelight
His first credited acting role in television was Zolani in the fifth season of the MTV Base drama series MTV Shuga in 2017. He reprised the role for Season 7 in 2019. TK became a household name again in 2017 when he landed the recurring role of Jomo on the Mzansi Magic soapie The Queen. He made his first appearance in Season 2, Episode 21. He returned to the role for the third season.
Road To Fame
In 2018, he landed another recurring role on 1Magic telenovela The River. TK played the character Happily, making his first appearance in the series premiere on 29 January 2018. In the same year, TK bagged a recurring role as Thabo in the Mzansi Magic soapie Isithembiso, making his first appearance in Season 2, Episode 159.
Mzansi’s Magic Star and The Fergusons Darling
Despite playing supporting roles in most of his early screenplays, he got his breakthrough in 2019. He landed his first starring role as Tebza in television in the 1Magic / Mzansi Magic drama series Impilo (The Scam), which debuted on 6 July 2019. In 2019 again, he bagged the role of Simon Ndlovu on BET Africa’ first telenovela, Isono. Playing Somo has helped to catapult TK’s acting career even to greater heights.
No doubt he has won more gigs from The Fergusons. However, we can all agree that he is a Fergusons darling, and they are nurturing him well. TK is also among the cast members of the Netflix drama series Kings of Joburg, produced by media moguls and SA couple Connie and Shona Ferguson. He pays the character of a spoilt and privileged Tlotlo Masire.
TK is one man who is passionate about this industry. His talent and dedication have proven that over the years. He sees himself as a director in future.