Molosi Joins British Series

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Award-winning Botswana-born actor Donald Molosi will jet to London, England This week to film his role in a yet-undisclosed British TV series. Although mum about the details as yet, Molosi's management confirmed this morning in Johannesburg that the Trinidad-based actor will begin filming this Thursday.

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"I am flying to England this week to film a series. London is the city of my youth back when I was 20 and in Drama School. Therefore, going to London always feels great," Molosi says.

"I have been living in Trinidad for two years now while writing my upcoming book. I am happy to take a break from writing." One of Molosi's managers, Rosie Motene quipped

"We can finally share the great news as the contact has now been signed. Donald has landed a role in a series that is filming in London. In time we will share more details.

Donald Molosi first came to prominence as an actor when he made history as the first Motswana to perform on Broadway. During his 15 years on Broadway, Molosi won numerous awards from his writing and acting. His past film
credits include A United Kingdom opposite Rosamund Pike.

Molosi shared, I cant say too much about the series. I can tell you though, that I get to wear a dress in it. This is exciting because I like to wear dresses sometimes.

Donald Leungo Gosego Molosi (born 11 December 1985) is a Motswana actor, writer and playwright. Molosi debuted off-Broadway in 2010 as Philly Lutaaya in Today It's Me making him the first Motswana to perform off-Broadway

About Donald Molosi
According to IMDB, Molosi is one of the most prominent African actors of his generation in the continent of Africa, Donald Molosi is an official Ambassador for Brand Botswana and is the youngest-ever recipient of the Khama Brilliant Spirit Award (2003), a prestigious Presidential award, for his contribution to the arts in Botswana. 

In that capacity he has had the privilege of being invited to perform his political one-man plays in front of many dignitaries including Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan and Bill Clinton. Molosi has, in the past, both performed and presented scholarly findings concerning the arts and national memory at the UN General Assembly (2002) and the UN World Youth Conference (2012). For the past 11 years, 

Molosi has worked closely with the UN and the African Union as a spokesperson for the performance-based popularization of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the African Charter on Children's Rights and Responsibilities, respectively. Molosi earned his BA in Political Economy and Theater from Williams College in Massachusetts. 

He later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) with a graduate Diploma in Classical Acting and Performance. His 2009 research on the life and artistry of Ugandan musician-activist, Philly Lutaaya earned Molosi both the Ruth Scott Memorial Prize in Theater and the Florence H. Chandler Fellowship in Theater. Molosi is based in California, USA.
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