Former Rockville (actor) Police Commissioner (role) Sello Motloung went to the streets and politely begged for an acting job. The legendary actor says he would not mind even attending an audition for a role he might be offered!
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On Friday Sello Motloung asked if there was a director or producer who would like him to be part of their production.
“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?” asked Sello Motloung.
According to TVSA, Sello Motloung is best known for his role as Mpumi in the e.tv soapie Backstage, playing the role for 18 months.
In 2007 Sello Motloung played the role of Kutloano in the controversial SABC1 mini-series After Nine and played the lead role in a one-hour drama broadcast on SABC1 on Christmas Eve 2007, called Second Chance.
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Other television shows Sello Motloung has appeared in include Isidingo, Madam and Eve, Soul City, Scoop Schoombie, Generations, Justice for All, Orlando, Secret in my Bosom, Milestone, Tarzan, Nna Sajene Kokobela, Khululeka, The Lab, Jozi-H, Jacob’s Cross, Wild at Heart, Interrogation Room, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency and 90 Plein Street.
Sello Motloung also acted in the Canadian mini-series Human Cargo, in 2004. In 2012 he was the lead role in an episode of the e.tv drama series eKasi: Our Stories.
Sello Motloung has also acted in numerous feature films including Chikin Biznis, The Long Run, Ollie, Zulu Love Letter, Skilpoppe, Man to Man, Faith’s Corner, Jerusalema, Invictus, Chanda’s Secrets, Tirza, and How to Steal 2 Million.
Sello Motloung was nominated for an M-Net All-Africa Film Award in the category Best Supporting Actor for his role in Chikin Biznis, in 1998.
Sello also has an extensive theatre resume having appeared in dozens of productions including Street Cleaners (1990), The Awakening (1991), The Good Woman of Sharkville (1996, for which he was nominated for a Vita Award for Best Supporting Actor), The Cherry Orchard (1997), Master Harold And The Boys (1998), Cold Stone Jug (2004) and Socks & Toothpaste, in 2006.
Originally from Meadowlands, Sello currently lives in Johannesburg. He speaks Sesotho, English, Setswana, Sepedi, and Zulu.
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We pray and hope that the who’s who of the industry see this plea from Sello and offer him something.