Former 'Rockville' Actor Sello Motloung Asks for Acting Job on Social Media

Former 'Rockville' Actor Sello Motloung Asks for Acting Job on Social Media

- Former Rockville actor Sello Motloung has humbled himself and asked for an acting job on social media

- Motloung asked directors and producers on Facebook to cast him for any role in their productions

- The veteran thespian, who has had roles in Isidingo and Backstage, said his last job was on Lithapo last year

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Former Rockville star Sello Motloung is one of the country's actors whose income has been affected dearly by the Covid-19 pandemic. The veteran actor humbled himself and took to Facebook to ask producers and directors on his timeline for an acting job.

Former 'Rockville' Actor Sello Motloung Asks for Acting Job on Social Media
Former 'Rockville' actor Sello Motloung asked for an acting job on social media. Image: Sello Motloung
Source: Facebook

The thespian, who has years of acting experience, shared that he doesn't even mind auditioning for any role that production houses can offer him at this difficult stage of his career. Motloung wrote:

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"I'm just an actor, seeking a director/producer to cast me in their production, to show me some love. I wouldn't even mind auditioning for that role. Is there such a director/producer out there who would like me to be part of their production?"

Motloung has also appeared on shows such as Backstage, Ring of Lies and even international films Invictus and The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency.

ZAlebs reports that Motloung told Daily Sun that he just wants a chance to audition and is not asking for handouts.

"Our industry is going through turmoil too due to the pandemic. A lot of actors had challenges getting jobs even before the pandemic."

He shared that his last acting gig was on SABC 2's Lithapo in 2020.

Facebook users took to Motloung's comment section to share their thoughts on his post asking for a job and his acting skills. Check out some of their comments below:

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Londeka Londay Dlamini said:

"You're a great actor, I remember you from the days of 'Isidingo'. Stay strong something is coming."

Tovey Marumo commented:

"All the best in your quest Sir. You're one of the best actors we have. I believe something will come your way."

Mandla KaMdali Mnatule wrote:

"You tend to be convincing in all the roles you've played, all the best for the future."

Lesedi Taele said:

"You're an awesome actor sir! Wishing you well ntate!"

Jabulani Dhlamini commented:

"Living legend, God has reserved a great role for you, something big is coming soon."

Leeroy Paul said:

"All the best bra Sello. You one of the best in Mzansi and you deserve better. Just hang in there bhuti."

Thabang Gobetse Dinaka added:

"With your amazing CV and great work on our television screens you should not audition for any role but you are South African, you are not celebrated enough."

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