Mzansi's multi-talented actor, Tiisetso Thoka is going to join the all-star cast of eTV's Rhythm City.
Tiisetso Thoka will take up the role of Siya on Rhythm City. ZAlebs reported that Rhythm City released a statement describing Siya's character as a metro-sexual guy blessed with good looks and a great sense of humour and style.
Rhythm City shared a pic of Tiisetso Thoka to announce his new role. They wrote: "Hi Citizens | There’s a new Bachelor in town | Help Us Welcome @tiisetso_thoka to RC| Keep It Locked 1st April 2019."
Tiisetso also shared the poster on his Instagram account, obviously very excited about his new role. Check out his post below.
So Siya's character kicks off in the TV show like this: Mampho is looking for a housemate for four months while Rene is away, she meets Siya while performing in a musical on broadway.
Mampho assumed that Siya is gay and from the many candidates, chooses him. Siya proves that he is the best choice she ever had and they get on very well.
Siya is so perfect, that Mampho sometimes wishes he was not gay. She starts to see signs that makes her doubt her initial assumption about his sexuality and sets out to discover the truth.
Tiisetso's career as an actor is flourishing recently. He last starred in Mzansi Magic's The Herd, as well as Isithembiso and Tshisa in the early 2000.
Six months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Tissetso Thoka's role as a mute on "The Herd" was Oscar-worthy.
Tiisetso Thoka was faced with a challenge that not many actors come across in their career. After taking a role as a mute on ‘The Herd’, the young actor had to morph into a character of abnormal habits.
It could not have been easy for Tiiseto to familiarise himself with silence, especially as he is a person who loves to talk. For several hours a day, he had to be in complete silence. Not only did he have to do this, he had to make it look natural, like it was a part of who he was.
Taking on the role of Dingane on ‘The Herd’ has helped Tiiseto grow as an actor.
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