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Donald Molosi (Donald Leungo Gosego Molosi) was born on 11 December, 1985 in Mahalapye, Botswana, is an Actor,Writer,Playwright. Discover Donald Molosi's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?
|Popular As||Donald Leungo Gosego Molosi|
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||11 December 1985|
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Actor|
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Molosi's Documentary "We Are All Blue" premiered on Africa Day, on 25 May 2017. The following day it debuted throughout Africa on Multichoice DStv. This documentary carries the last televised interview with the late former President of Botswana Sir Ketumile Masire. The documentary has since premiered at Ditshwanelo Human Rights Festival 2017 and made its debut in the cinema on 17 August 2017 in conjunction with the Dalai Lama's first visit to Botswana. The conference was about Ubuntu/Botho, an African way of life that the documentary explores in modern Botswana.
The accolades of Blue, Black and White is ever expanding as Molosi reprised his role as Sir Seretse Khama off-Broadway in November 2014 where he was honoured for his contributions to off-Broadway’s United Solo, the world's largest solo theatre festival. Currently in Africa, Molosi's Blue, Black and White play is being performed in arts festivals in Botswana and Zimbabwe. Molosi runs his own theatre company called Folktale Theatre Company, premised on giving Batswana youth a creative outlet and he has been dedicated to promoting GAMBIT: Newer African Writing, an anthology of African short stories in which Molosi’s Back To Love is published. Additionally, a New York City publishing company, Mantle Books has published Molosi's anthology. His anthology has earned the praises of renowned African writers such as Chika Unigwe and Helon Habila.
In a 2012 interview with the BBC, Molosi described his work as "critical love letters" to humanity. The New York Times has considered Molosi's acts as "inflamed with passion," especially his captivating portrayal of a Ugandan child soldier in his one-man show,No Idea 2010. Molosi won the 50 Golden Jubilee under 40 Awards organised by Gabz FM and Mail & Guardian in 2016 for his stellar contribution to the Nation for Arts and Culture. He was also honoured in 2014 as one of the 40 most influential people under 40 in Botswana in St. Louis 40 Under 40 List for his Blue, Black and White play. Blue, Black and White stands according to Botswana Guardian as the longest running one man show in the history of Botswana. Similarly, Molosi was honoured by the National University of Taiwan and the Federation of European Carnival Cities.
Molosi wrote We Have Known Ironies piece in Saraba Magazine in 2011 to shed light on African diversity through multiple narratives that debunk the misconception of Africa as a monolithic block. Molosi delivered a keynote address at Bucknell University Pennsylvania’s Black History Month on the theme of Postcolonial African Performance as an Archive in 2012. In January 2017, Molosi's "Dear Upright Africa" was published online and it called for the inclusion of African history in the African classroom. In March 2017, he was invited to TEDxGaborone where he expanded his grand idea of African History inclusion in school curriculum starting from Botswana and extending across Africa. Subsequently, he officially delegated the Upright African Movement on 19 August in Gaborone, Botswana during the Mind and Life Dialogue with the 14th Dalai Lama. The Upright African movement is a campaign to raise awareness about the absence of African history in the African classrooms. Through inter-generational dialogue with leaders, influencers and members of the public in Africa and around the world, the movement seeks to facilitate the necessary conversations and actions toward the ideal of a liberated African curriculum.
In 2010 Molosi returned to New York's off-Broadway where he successfully staged four solo shows including Blue, Black and White about the life of Seretse Khama that earned Molosi Best Actor Award in 2011 and Today It's Me about the life of Uganda's music superstar where he got the Robert Potter Playwriting Award. Molosi was also a headliner at the 2015 Writivism Festival in Uganda where he graced the occasion with yet another outstanding performance of Today It's Me to the delight of his numerous audience at the event. He was equally a Writivism mentor for emerging African writers in 2015. Motswana Africa, Dream Again earned Molosi a publication deal by Mantle Books for We Are All Blue, Motswana: Africa, Dream Again and Blue, Black and White in 2012. Molosi's Broadway credits include Motswana: Africa, Dream Again (2012) and Damn Yankees (2004). His hollywood engagements which are not limited to A United Kingdom 2016 with David Oyelowo, Given 2009, Green Zone (2007) with Academy-Award winner Matt Damon and Breakfast in Hollywood (2006) with award-winning actor Paul Boocock of Law & Order is expanding his acting career.
Molosi has won several regional, national and international awards as a playwright, actor and writer. In addition to Molosi's early awards, he won Best Actor at the Dialogue One Festival in Massachusetts for his portrayal of Sir Seretse Khama 2008; the Sanford Prize for Excellence in Theater 2009 and the 2009 Florence Chandler Fellowship, which enabled him to conduct theater research around the world for 12 months.
Molosi wrote and staged his first solo performance Fragments (2002) directed by renowned Motswana director Gao Lemmenyane at 17. Fragments is based on children's rights in Botswana. With the critical acclaim that Fragments earned, Molosi got invited to New York City for the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Children and he had a grand performance of the same play with world leaders such as former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and former South African President Nelson Mandela in attendance. Molosi took the Fragments message further to advocate for children's rights through his poetry exhibition, Can I Live? (2002) based on his interpretation of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child. For his stellar and outstanding efforts in performances, Molosi received the Sir Seretse and Lady Ruth Khama Brilliant Spirit Award (2003) by His Excellency Lt. Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama. While in High school at Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut in 2005, Molosi was one of the two lead vocalists in the acappella group Eccedoce and he starred in regional theatrical productions You Can't Take It With You and The Misanthrope.
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. In 2011, Molosi won the Best Short Solo Award at United Solo Theatre Festival for his performance as Seretse Khama in Blue, Black and White. In 2013, Molosi returned off-Broadway to perform Motswana: Africa, Dream Again. He played supporting roles in the following historic films, A United Kingdom (2016) and Given (2009). As a playwright, Molosi has published a collection of his original off-Broadway plays, which include We Are All Blue, Blue, Black and White and Motswana: Africa, Dream Again in 2016.
Donald Molosi was born in Mahalapye, Botswana in 1985 and attended Maru a Pula School in Gaborone, Botswana before continuing his education in London and the United States of America. From a young age, Molosi demonstrated a natural performance flair and by age 16, he was already touring with arts festivals which include the Maitisong Festival Gaborone, Botswana with The Company Maitisong, where Molosi was also co-writing plays, and National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, South Africa. Molosi made a radio and television appearances at a young age becoming the youngest person on the airwaves as a radio announcer at Yarona FM. He also partnered with UNICEF as a child presenter on Botswana Television during the UN International Children's Day of Broadcasting. This resulted in a short stint at Radio Botswana 2 (RB2) under the tutelage of radio veteran, One Rabantheng.